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Leading research has uncovered something surprising: that a molecule with a blood vessel relaxing component mixed with trace minerals can help maintain healthy blood pressure levels, cholesterol levels, boost energy levels, improve circulation, and improve nutrient delivery throughout your body from your brain to your toes.
This isn't some miracle super drink. It's the latest in natural health, combined with compounds to boost sluggish absorption that's often the result of the failed, crazy nutrient depleted foods available today.
You're Not In College Anymore... Get Serious About Your Heart and Health
Stop and think. If those high blood pressure medications worked as they claim, why do almost half of ALL people still have high blood pressure? Even if Big Pharma say pills will magically lower your blood pressure, why are you surrounded by friends and loved ones who still trying to find answers to high blood pressure concerns?
Be serious, get healthy, and take your first step to maintaining healthy blood pressure by giving your heart the nutrients it needs.
L-arginine Plus researchers credit their success to the premium raw L-arginine they get from Japan. Your body turns L-arginine into the molecule nitric oxide. In your heart, nitric oxide is the body's way of protecting against health concerns. Nitric oxide is a vasodilator and relaxes and widens your arteries. Increasing blood flow. And lowering the pressure within your arterial system.
When nitric oxide becomes deficient barriers break down and protection is lost. Making you more susceptible to high blood pressure, arteriosclerosis, and heart disease. Nitric oxide is your body's way of preventing strokes and heart attacks - provided you make enough.
L-arginine creates an instant boost of nitric oxide in your system which only lasts up to 30 minutes. Which is a problem. That's why our researchers added L-citrulline to the formula. L-citrulline is an important part of your body's nitric oxide recycling pathway system.
L-arginine is turned into nitric oxide, and a byproduct of that process is L-citrulline. When the body needs more nitric oxide, L-citrulline is recycled back to L-arginine. Then the process repeats. Adding L-citrulline to your body is simple science. If your body has more nutrients involved in producing nitric oxide, it's likely to produce more. Since L-citrulline is converted to L-arginine, which is converted to nitric oxide, you end up with more of both amino acids within the cell.
To increase the potency of L-arginine Plus, our researches also included AstraGin. AstraGin is a natural compound composed of highly fractionated Astragalus and Panx Notoginseng. AstraGin boosts the absorption of L-arginine and L-citrulline by 66.7% and 43% respectively. Multiple pre-clinical studies affirm AstraGins ability to significantly improve your absorption of crucial amino acids and nutrients.
L-arginine Plus also provides your body with 72 trace minerals essential for proper health. Trace minerals are cofactors for most enzymes in the body. Deficiencies of specific trace minerals can have an adverse impact on heart health, bone health, fertility, cognitive health, and immunity. Even mild deficiencies in trace minerals can result in poor growth and development. Many dietary trace minerals are found in fruits and vegetables; however, mineral depletion of the soil has rendered much of the produce we buy deficient in these essential nutrients. Because of these circumstances, our researchers included 100mg of 72 trace minerals in L-arginine Plus.
Finally, there’s something you can do to make heart health easy again. And let’s be honest: if you can’t remember to drink 1 glass of L-arginine Plus each day, and make an effort to get moving… well, you are going to have a really hard time controlling or preventing high blood pressure.
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