M3 Miracle Molecule Max is the best medically approved nitric oxide product. Period.

Why is M3 Miracle Molecule Max the best medically approved nitric oxide product?

M3 was designed and formulated by doctors. While reading and applying information in studies can be of great help, actual clinical experience is equally if not more important in designing a good treatment plan or product. M3 combines the latest research as well as relevant clinical experience in treating high blood pressure and heart disease. With literally thousands of studies each year being done on various nitric oxide boosting substances all with sometimes conflicting takeaways, actual clinical experience is vitally important in determining what works and what doesn’t.

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How to protect your body’s nitric oxide

Nitric Oxide plays a key role in protecting your cardiovascular system. Once you boost your body’s own levels of NO it’s important to protect it! How is this done? Watch this short video and find out! Dr Jay talks about some of the best ways to keep your nitric oxide flowing.
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Insulin Resistance – A Hidden Heart Disease Risk

Due to the millions of dollars in advertising and marketing spent by the pharmaceutical industry, people are most likely to associate heart attack and stroke risk with high levels of cholesterol. Statins (drugs that lower cholesterol), have created millions in profit for these corporations. One popular corporation’s statin drug exceeds several billion dollars in sales yearly. Cardiovascular risk however, entails far more than just high cholesterol.

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High Blood Pressure – How to Beat it!

How can you beat high blood pressure?

In this short video Dr Jay talks about how you can fight and win in the battle against high blood pressure!

Turmeric and Curcumin – The Worlds most powerful pharmaceutical herb!

Turmeric is a main ingredient in curry powder. IT has been called one of the most powerful disease fighting plants known to man! Interest in Curcumin, the main chemical constituent of turmeric has grown wildly recently. This has been in no small part due to the fact that over 6,235 peer-reviewed articles have found time and time again that it is in fact a miracle worker in the body.

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Nitric Oxide and Your Endothelium

This brief video explains how nitric oxide is used in the body along with a list of the best combination of natural herbs and fruits you can take to boost your own NO levels.

Arginine vs Beetroot Powder

Dr Jay here and on this episode of NoxNews we are going to discuss the difference between arginine vs beetroot powder in terms of nitric oxide production. This actually came up by way of a text from a friend in Wyoming. She has had people asking her questions about commercials for super beet powders lately. She says they are wanting to know how is it that beets create nitric oxide and also the difference between beets and arginine. For starters, both beets and arginine as well as citrulline create nitric oxide. In fact spinach and other vegetables with nitrates also product nitric oxide. So how do they differ? What is the mechanism by which they work?

How to choose a heart healthy supplement

Today we are going to talk about all the ingredients that you should be looking for in an all inclusive Nitric Oxide supplement. Since 2005 I have worked with Nitric Oxide supplements in my private practice.
Since I began using nitric oxide boosting substances with my patients, I have seen some incredible results. I want to first discuss some of the things I have learned over the years that are very important if you want to help your body create nitric oxide and reap it’s benefits.

The power of NO

Antioxidants protect NO synthase, the enzyme that produces the artery-relaxing signal, nitric oxide. This may explain why those who eat especially antioxidant-rich plant foods have improved flow-mediated dilation of the brachial arteries.

Hearts shouldn’t skip a beet

The nitrate in vegetables, which the body can turn into the vasodilator nitric oxide, may help explain the role dark green leafy vegetables play in the prevention and treatment of hypertension (high blood pressure) and heart disease