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Optimal Opti-Nitric
 
Optimal Opti-Nitric is the most advanced formula we make that combines L-arginine, ornithine and citrulline to boost nitric oxide levels. The nutrients are proven to reverse deficiencies and improve overall health.

Suggested Nutritional Support Uses:
  • Stimulate growth hormone for anti-aging benefits
  • Counter heart disease
  • Aid in blood pressure regulation
  • Improve insulin sensitivity
  • Help normalize blood sugar
  • Bolster the immune system
  • Boost energy
  • Increase lean muscle
  • Improve reproductive health
  • Natural alternative to Viagra

Please note: this is NOT synthetic hormones or testosterone.
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Description Supplement Facts
 
Nutritional Support for Improving Circulation and Heart Health

Optimal Opti-Nitric keeps blood vessels and arteries flexible and active.
How It Works
Uses L-arginine to boost nitric oxide levels.
Dosing
Take 1 capsule daily.
Contraindications
None
Key Ingredients & Their Roles
Arginine-AKG - Increase nitric oxide production
L-Citrulline - Increase oxygen in muscles
OKG - Build and increase muscle strength
Beta Alanine - Increase physical performance

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Product Overview
The most advanced formula combining L-Arginine, ornithine, and citrulline to boost nitric oxide levels. Reverse deficiencies and dramatically improve your cardiovascular and overall health. This is NOT synthetic hormones or testosterone; it’s nutrients.

Opti-Nitric uses select amino acids that boost nitric oxide, which in turn helps keep arteries and blood vessels flexible and active. Columbia University refers to L-Arginine as the “magic bullet” for the cardiovascular system.

The nutrients stimulate growth hormone for anti-aging benefits, counter heart disease and aids in blood pressure regulation, improve insulin sensitivity to help normalize blood sugar, bolsters the immune system, boosts energy, and increases lean muscle, promote reproductive health, can serve as a natural alternative to Viagra, and increases fertility and pleasure sensation in women.

Nitric oxide is a molecule whose primary purpose is to make sure blood vessels stay wide open. It’s a great remedy for high blood pressure, can increase how much oxygen reaches the heart, and can even help with reproductive health, which can enhance the experience during moments of intimacy.
So, how do you boost nitric oxide levels? There are four things you can do lifestyle-wise: eat more leafy greens, eat foods abundant in flavonoids, get regular exercise, and avoid high-fat, high-carb diets.

Leafy greens, like kale, spinach, and arugula are rich in compounds that stimulate nitric oxide production, flavonoid-rich foods protect nitric oxide molecules from free radical damage, exercise naturally gets blood flowing and helps protects against disease, and avoiding too many unhealthy fats and carbs keep ADMA levels down, which helps avoid suppressing nitric oxide levels.

Depending on your lifestyle and dietary habits, your nitric oxide levels may or may not be where you want them. Individuals with poor circulation, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or many other common health problems are often deficient in the critical molecule nitric oxide. You might want to supplement your life with the right whole food nutrients.

It takes a trio of amino acids to keep your nitric oxide levels up: L-arginine, L-ornithine, and L-citrulline. According to the research, with enough of these amino acids in your system, you can reverse deficiencies and dramatically improve your cardiovascular and overall health.
Elasticity
Part of your cardiovascular health depends on the elasticity of your arteries. They need to be strong and elastic enough to withstand the high pressure your heart produces from pumping blood. Elasticity is also what keeps the blood flowing as arteries expand and contract in time with your heart.

There’s a part of your blood vessels called the endothelium. When stimulated by nitric oxide, they grow more flexible and permeable, which means a natural energy boost and better overall health because your blood is flowing well. Nitric oxide regulates the muscle tone of blood vessels, which is the core of blood pressure health.

Heart disease crops up when your arteries lose their elasticity due to cholesterol deposits hardening and narrowing them. High fatty foods excel at stiffening up the endothelium.

The Journal of Advanced Research analyzed L-arginine studies that includes the amino acids ornithine and citrulline. Many human and animal studies have shown that when taken in the right dosages, these amino acids have multiple beneficial pharmacological effects such as reduction in the risk of vascular and heart diseases, reduction in erectile dysfunction, and more.

The more elastic your blood vessels, the lower the risk of a wide range of cardiovascular health issues.
Blood Flow
The number one disease doctors keep an eye out for is heart disease. Over 17 million deaths happen per year because of blood pressure, and over 78 million adults in the United States alone are affected by high blood pressure.

The higher your blood pressure, the more likely you are to experience low energy, strokes, heart attacks, heart failure, and other health problems. The older Americans get, the higher their blood pressure tends to go, the biggest factors contributing to that being poor diet and a sedentary lifestyle.

Getting a Healthy, Helpful Dose
If you read the article on the powerhouse trio of nutrients, then the following will sound familiar: you have a trio of nutrients that provide the most help when they work together, instead of alone. This particular trio is the amino acids L-arginine, ornithine, and citrulline.

If you find yourself on the radar for heart disease, high blood pressure, or any other cardiovascular issues, correcting them takes a dose best prescribed on a case-by-case basis. In addition, make sure whatever your dosage your health professional prescribes contains all three amino acids.
Columbia University refers to L-arginine as the Magic Bullet for the cardiovascular system. Columbia’s researchers have compiled over 10,000 citations and even include L-arginine in its course material. This amino acid helps improve blood flow in arteries, helps kidneys remove waste from the body, and helps maintain immune and hormone function. L-ornithine works closely with L-arginine and removing waste via the kidneys and liver. However, L-ornithine’s primary function is to prevent ammonia levels from getting dangerously high, and it helps promote growth hormone levels.

L-citrulline completes the trio because the kidneys convert it to L-arginine to improve blood flow. This happens because the nitric oxide released helps arteries relax and become more elastic. This effect is used most notably in medicines designed to correct erectile dysfunction and slow wound healing due to diabetes. Wounds will heal slowly because cellular debris collects and stagnates at the injury site. Improving blood flow helps flush the wound out and make way for your body to repair itself.
Keep Blood Vessels and Arteries Flexible and Active
Optimal Opti-Nitric is the most advanced formula combining L-Arginine, ornithine, and citrulline to boost nitric oxide levels. The ingredients can reverse deficiencies and dramatically improve your cardiovascular and overall blood flow. This is NOT synthetic hormones or testosterone; it’s nutrients.

The nutrients have been proven to improve insulin sensitivity to help normalize blood sugar, bolster the immune system, boost energy, and increase lean muscle mass.

Opti-Nitric uses select amino acids that boost nitric oxide, which in turn helps keep arteries and blood vessels flexible and active. Columbia University refers to L-Arginine as the “magic bullet” for the cardiovascular system.

Most arginine-based supplements don’t provide the amounts needed to induce nitric oxide (N.O.) responses. The amount needed is 2-4 grams. Each 2-capsule serving of Optimal Opti-Nitric contains 2 grams. Studies focusing on more serious acute conditions have utilized daily dosages from 6-9,000 milligrams. Consult with your physician for proper dosing.