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Nitric Oxide Supplement

Updated on June 22, 2010

Nitric Oxide Background

Before I get into what a nitric oxide supplement is, I will briefly go over the importance of nitric oxide so you can better understand why a nitric oxide supplement is so popular and beneficial.

Nitric oxide is a form of gas which is used by the body to communicate with cells. Without nitric oxide, you couldn't live. Nitric oxide also increases blood flow to the different organs when needed and aids in healthy body functions.

So as you can see, it is very important.

Whats A Nitric Oxide Supplement?

A Nitric oxide supplement is a supplement that boosts nitric oxide levels. Many people will take these for different reasons. The most popular reason is for muscle gaining and bodybuilding. Others may just take a nitric oxide supplement as part of their nutrition as nitric oxide can help with blood circulation, weight loss, insomnia, heart attacks, diabetes, and a few other health issues and body functions.

Important Benefits Of Nitric Oxide

Before being interested in taking a nitric oxide supplement, you may want to know some of the benefits of nitric oxide. This will give you a better understanding of why nitric oxide is so important and why people take nitric oxide supplements to give them that extra boost of nitric oxide that they may be lacking or want.

Firstly, nitric oxide sends increased blood flow to our organs when it is necessary. So anytime our organs need some extra blood flow, NO will help.

Secondly, nitric oxide controls blood pressure which gives more blood when we are active and reduces it when we relax or sleep.

One last benefit of NO is that it regulates brain, lungs, kidney, liver, and various other organs and also improves blood circulation.

Nitric Oxide Supplement & Muscle Gain

A nitric oxide supplement is great for those who workout out a lot and want to improve their muscle strength and mass. Lots of bodybuilders take nitric oxide supplements because they provide a lot of benefits especially designed for them or people wanting to gain muscle.

Here are a few benefits of taking a nitric oxide supplement for gaining muscle and working out.

Because nitric oxide increases blood flow, this blood flow provides nutrients to the muscles which makes them larger.

Also NO help reduce inflammation associated with working out too much or stressing the body too much which helps with the muscle pain too.

Overall taking a nitric oxide supplement has the following benefits for muscle gaining.

Improve muscle mass

Overall increase of muscle strength

Better muscle recovery

Increase endurance

Prolonged "pump"

And better overall physique

If you want these benefits and want to gain muscle, this can be achieved with an nitric oxide supplement.

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      I got the trail and used it as directed. I took 2 in morning with oatmeal and Whey protein. Drank a liter of water in half hour interavals. Two another 2 before lunch. Worked out for 40 minuter cardio and weights afterwards. Drank whey protein 8oz 1hour afterwards. For eating every three hours and have a regiem of lean beef jerky sunflower seeds and cashews. I felt the result immediately and after two week have built a significant amount of muscle mass. I have the feeling to work out all the time. Sexdrive off the chart.I will now increase to 4 in am and 4 at noon. For dinner I eat chicken ,fish or beef. Sometime I work out at night as well. This is no joke.

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