Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Get Acquainted with the Amino Acid L-Arginine, the King of Muscle Growth and Hypertension Reduction!

by Madison Reed

There's no need for the average guy or gal to rush out and purchase an expensive sport supplement product that boosts nitric oxide levels.  According to a recent article written by HFM Marketing, promoting its client's sports supplement called Force Factor, they would have you believe that every sensible person who wants to build serious muscle must rush out and purchase their expensive 30 serving - not 30-day - supply of Force Factor.  Force Factor's list of ingredients looks pretty good, but it's overpriced in my opinion.

The best option is the use the safe, inexpensive amino acid precursor to nitric oxide, L-Arginine.  L-Arginine is also known as a growth hormone releaser, because it causes the body to produce and release more of our master hormone, HGH, or human growth hormone - a key hormone associated with longevity and keeping the body and brain strong, full of vitality, and able to heal injuries.  New Earth Resource Company sells very high quality, reasonably prices L-Arginine, and L-Arginine boosted with L-Citrilline.

So back to nitric oxide.  Nitric oxide itself, also serves as an important catalyst for the healthy dilation of blood vessels, circulation and blood flow (think: hypertension and blood flow to the cells), improving endothelial function of your blood vessels.  Many people who suffer high blood pressure, can simply take L-Arginine supplements to bring down their blood pressure.  And by the way - raw beet juice, is rich in nitrate compounds that turn into a plentiful supply of nitric oxide after they're eaten, which in turn, can lower blood pressure pretty quickly.

By all means, all people should become friends with L-Arginine!  If you're in the Huntington area, or in an area where it is inconvenient or impossible for you to find L-Arginine, stop by or give me a call at New Earth Resource Company.  We stock both the l-Arginine by itself, and combined with L-Citrilline, the booster.  They're both in tablet form.


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