Just like other bodily functions, nitric oxide signaling efficiency declines as a normal part of aging. Your endothelial cells produce nitric oxide to help your vessels stay relaxed and open for blood flow.*
As your efficiency to produce nitric oxide slows down, your body could use some help to support optimal blood flow.* L-arginine is a precursor to nitric oxide that is needed by the lining in your vessels (endothelium) to create nitric oxide.*
A semi-essential amino acid called L-arginine appears to be at the heart of the matter of supporting your cardiovascular health.*
Maintaining the natural, healthy functions of your vascular endothelium (vessel lining) is dependent on an efficient supply of L-arginine.*
Let me quickly summarize your potential benefits from L-Arginine…
Helps blood vessels relax to promote optimal blood flow in your body*
Aids in helping to maintain healthy blood pressure levels that are already within the normal range*
Promotes healthy breathing*
Provides support for your immune system*
Enhances your exercise tolerance*
Promotes your overall cardiovascular system vitality*
But, one of the biggest challenges with L-arginine is its absorption rate.
Your body very rapidly absorbs and metabolizes L-arginine. This means you would likely have to take supplements frequently during the day in order to maintain increased levels of L-arginine in your body.
What I discovered is an L-arginine solution with a unique patented formula for what’s called ‘sustained-release.’
Sustained-release helps you maintain an optimal level of L-arginine in your system over a 24-hour period… reducing the need to frequently take capsules throughout the day.*
So, give your cardiovascular system the support you desire and order L-Arginine today.*
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One Time You Would Not Want to Take L-Arginine
If you suffer from herpes, you will not want to take this supplement when you are having a flare up as it can impair your body's ability to utilize lysine which is another important amino acid that is used to combat herpes infections.
Individuals on prescription anti-coagulant medication or anti-hypertensive drugs should consult a physician before taking L-Arginine and should be supervised by a qualified health care practitioner.