What is Nitric Oxide?
The "Talking" Molecule
In 1992 Nitric Oxide was named Molecule of the Year by the American scientific community. And in 1998, the discovery of Nitric Oxide as a critical signaling molecule was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology/Medicine.
Better Circulation Means Better Living
Nitric Oxide helps the body optimize circulation and is involved in virtually every major system in our body. It is primarily known for its key role in cardiovascular function as it helps regulate normal blood pressure and increase circulation.
It also helps the body support:
- cardiovascular and heart health
- maintaining healthy triglyceride levels
- healthy artery health
- healthy arterial function
- dilating arteries for healthy blood flow
Nitric Oxide Is Critical
Nitric Oxide is critical to life. Unfortunately, nitric oxide levels naturally decline with age, starting at around age 40.