FITNESS, BLOOD PRESSURE, AND NITRIC OXIDE FOR WEIGHT AND HEALTH

To exercise daily is an excellent method and is highly recommended by most of today’s health expertise to support our general health.

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Exercise triggers the body to produce a compound called nitric oxide, which supplies blood to our muscles. The heart pumps are under much more pressure to provide the required blood demand to the relevant sites. Therefore it is required to obtain more nitric oxide.

Nitric oxide is a molecule that our body produces to help its 50 trillion cells communicate with each other by transmitting signals throughout the entire body. Scientists have discovered that nitric oxide is responsible for a healthy function of the brain, kidneys, liver, intestines, peripheral nerves, and the immune system.

Our ability to produce and sustain nitric oxide peaks at 25 years of age, and afterward, our levels begin to decline slowly. The speed of decline accelerates dramatically at 40 years of age, which is why so many of us feel that after 40, “everything falls apart.”

As we age, our blood vessels lose their elasticity, and the nitric oxide system becomes less efficient due to free radical damage, inactivity, and poor diet. This causes our veins and arteries to deteriorate, hence, accelerating risks for cardiovascular disease and specifically high blood pressure. Over half a million people will die in the US this year due to heart attack or stroke, and the primary risk factor for those as young as forty years of age is the inability to produce adequate nitric oxide levels.

In 1977 it was discovered that nitric oxide was involved in signaling the artery wall to relax and widen the vessel wall, allowing for more blood to pass through. This body mechanism is to prolong the time of exhaustion and lower the need for oxygen during training, proving once more the importance of one nitric oxide.

Diet can support the natural production of nitric oxide. By merely increasing dark green leafy vegetables a day such as arugula, kale, spinach & Swiss chard, you can maintain the levels of nitric oxide in the body. Two-three teaspoons of extra organic virgin olive oil and 10-20 minutes of daily exercise will improve the production of nitric oxide. Your body’s capability to produce enough nitric acid will prevent you from developing the disease and will support your health.

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If you are taking prescript drugs, your nitric oxide production is compromised; this is where nutrition can balance your overall health.

PLEASE NOTE: IF YOU HAVE AN EXISTING HEART CONDITION OR ABNORMAL BLOOD PRESSURE, PLEASE CONSULT YOUR HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL BEFORE TAKING ANY STEPS THAT MAY CHANGE NITRIC OXIDE PRODUCTION.


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Chen is a Functional Nutrition expert consultant,  leading authority on weight management, women’s health and gluten sensitivity. She is a clinician, public speaker, educator and Amazon Best Seller author of “What If Gluten Free Is Not Enough – The Balanced Diet”.

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