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The Benefits of Nitric Oxide (NO) to your Health

February 18, 2017

Have you heard of Nitric Oxide (NO)? Do you know the health benefits NO for Cardiovascular Health? Few people realize it, but nitric oxide (NO) is the most important chemical compound for cardiovascular health.



Multiple Roles and Benefits of Nitric Oxide


Nitric oxide is a key signaling molecule throughout the body. Produced by the endothelial cells lining the arteries, it penetrates the underlying smooth muscles and acts as a potent vasodilator that relaxes the arteries. Therefore, nitric oxide plays a critical role in blood pressure and overall circulation. It also keeps the endothelium in shape by curbing inflammation and oxidative stress.


Increase Nitric Oxide Levels With Lifestyle Changes


Because nitric oxide is synthesized from the amino acid arginine, dietary recommendations for boosting nitric oxide often include protein-rich meat and poultry. But recent research suggests that vegetables may be your best bet. Plant foods, particularly beets and leafy greens like kale, Swiss chard, arugula, and spinach, are rich in dietary nitrates and nitrites—compounds that stimulate the production of nitric oxide in the body. Coupled with its abundance of protective potassium, it’s not surprising that a plant-based diet is associated with lower blood pressure and reduced risk of stroke, heart attack, diabetes, and a variety of other health concerns.


Have a Glass of Beet Juice Every day?


If you have not ever tried beet juice, now is the time to start. Beets are rich in a very unique source of phytonutrients called betalains. Both betanin and vulgaxanthin, two highly researched betalains found in beets, have powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and detoxification properties.


Here are some top reasons to incorporate beet juice into your everyday diet.


  • Beets Help Lower Blood Pressure

  • Beet Juice is Detoxifying

  • Beets Protect from Premature Aging

  • Drinking Beetroot Juice Can Help Improve Digestion

  • Beet Juice Fights Inflammation

  • Beet Juice Boosts Energy

  • Beet Juice Can Lower Blood Sugar


The benefits of beet juice are great, including it is a very powerful cleanser and blood builder. So much so, that you should be aware of some potential side-effects before you start drinking an abundance of beet root juice. 


The main side effect of beet juice is beeturia. This simply means it can change the color of your urine to pink or red.  There is nothing harmful about beeturia.


Avoid high levels of beet juice, especially if you have gall stones or kidney stones.  High levels of beet juice can actually increase the incidence of these stones.


Always drink beet juice in moderation, no more than1-2 ounces per day OR make sure your beets are organic and mix your beet juice with the juice of other fruits and vegetables.


You may want to check out the AMPED™ NOx – Garden Blend Flavour. A pre-workout shot that supports nitric oxide production, which supports healthy blood flow and oxygen delivery to cells so your muscles can function efficiently and reduce fatigue.


  • Take your training to the next level with improved athletic performanceProvide fruit and vegetable extracts to support nitric oxide production

  • Support blood flow for delivery of nutrients and oxygen to cells

  • Prime your body to reduce fatigue while working out