Did you mean: Larginine

Warming Up When Your Hands and Feet Are Always Cold

…sticky and help keep plaque under control. Daily dosage: Take 1 g with food. * Take L-arginine. This amino acid is the primary raw material for producing nitric oxide, which promotes normal blood vessel dilation. L-arginine reduces endothelial dysfunction and improves functional status in patients with coronary…

Read More

Cardiovascular Benefits of L-Arginine

…attention the benefits of L-arginine were receiving from other cardiologists. I have been using this healthy-heart nutrient to support healthy cholesterol levels and healthy arteries in angioplasty patients for years. There’s evidence that regular supplementation with L-arginine benefits supports smooth…

Read More

Nitric Oxide Benefits Cardiovascular Health

…my special nitric oxide benefits–boosting cocktail: * Organic kale eaten two to three times a week helps to boost nitric oxide in the body. * L-arginine, the original raw material that converts to NO in the body (3 grams of this nitric oxide supplement twice a day with food). * Vitamin C and E, two…

Read More

Lowering Blood Pressure Naturally

…and grapeseed to their regimen. We wait another three or four weeks and re-evaluate. If blood pressure levels are still not coming down, I add L-arginine and possibly another essential fatty acid, usually flaxseed. And this is how the process goes—add a nutrient or two, wait a month, assess blood…

Read More

Lowering Heart Risk Factors Begins With Lifestyle

…can do this with a Mediterranean diet, exercise, emotional release, stress management, vitamins and minerals, touch therapy, phytonutrients, and L-arginine. If you have heart disease, it is essential that you incorporate as many of these complementary methods as possible to protect the integrity of your…

Read More

Natural Solutions for a Healthy Cholesterol Level

Some of the most commonly prescribed drugs for maintaining healthy cholesterol levels are statin medications like Zocor (simvastatin), Lipitor (avorastatin), Mevacor (lovastatin), Pravachol (pravastatin), and Lescol (fluvastatin). These drugs can be dangerous if taken with high levels of long…

Read More