Can you increase Nitric Oxide production with your diet?
One way to increase your body’s Nitric Oxide production is through the foods you eat. Beets, nuts, brown rice, artichokes, spinach, root vegetables, eggs, fish and poultry can help your body produce Nitric Oxide.
In certain regions of the world, such as the Mediterranean, the indigenous people have a low incidence of cardiovascular disease. Emerging research indicates the Mediterranean diet may promote Nitric Oxide production and help these people become more resistant to disease.
Additionally, foods rich in antioxidants, especially Vitamins C and E, have properties that can improve and help sustain Nitric Oxide levels.
But, a good diet isn’t enough.
Unfortunately, since adults over 40 naturally produce much less Nitric Oxide than they need, it is almost impossible to consume enough of these foods to maintain healthy levels.
The solution? The three-pronged Neogenis System for Life™:
TABLE 1 Classification of Vegetables According to Nitrate Content (mg/kg FW).
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