A Collaboration with Science
Based on a 1998 Nobel Prize-winning discovery.
Nitric Oxide is the most important messenger molecule in the human body, responsible for the relaxation and constriction of all blood and lymph vessels and essential for the regulation of blood pressure and cardiovascular health.
To thrive, the body must produce long-term, bioavailable Nitric Oxide and Vitamin D
Nitric Oxide regulates and directs muscle function and performance by stimulating vasodilatation. This increases blood flow to working muscles, leading to increased oxygen transport, delivery of nutrients to skeletal muscle, and reduction in blood pressure. Bottom line … your energy increases and your physical performance improves. 1
Nitric Oxide stimulates blood vessel flexibility, thereby improving blood viscosity and flow, blood supply, and oxygen levels. This process promotes muscle fiber repair and improves lactic acid clearance, leading to quicker recovery. 2
Nitric Oxide is recognized as one of the most active and versatile molecules in the immune system. It is a powerful toxic defense molecule against infectious organisms. It regulates the functions, growth, and death of many immune and inflammatory cell types (including T lymphocytes, macrophages, mast cells, antigen-presenting cells, NK cells and neutrophils). Hence, it controls autoimmune processes and chronic inflammatory and degenerative diseases.3
Improves Mental Clarity
Nitric Oxide is known to relax blood vessels and to increase blood supply to the brain, thus inducing neuronal activity. Nitric Oxide plays a vital role in both the learning process and memory. It modulates the release of neurotransmitters, acting as a cellular communicator in brain plasticity and development. 4