Since 1901, a Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine has been awarded every year (with few exceptions) to brilliant men and women around the world.
Many recipients of this prestigious honor for outstanding achievement spent decades conducting complex research. Over the years, Nobel Prizes for medical achievements have been awarded for extraordinary discoveries including…
Vitamin K identification (1943)
Heart catherization (1956)
Magnetic Resonance Imagery (MRI) technology (2003)
…Just to name a few.
One of the most significant – yet least understood – discoveries ever awarded by the distinguished Nobel Assembly occurred in 1998.
That year, the Nobel Prize in Medicine was presented to a three-man research team for their identification of "nitric oxide as a signaling molecule in the cardiovascular system."
This doesn't sound real significant, but I assure you it was.
To put the importance of the 1998 Nobel Prize in Medicine into perspective, we need to first take a closer look…
At the Heart of YOUR Matter
A healthy heart is at the center of a healthy life, making your cardiovascular system one of the most important systems in your body.
But according to the American Heart Association (AHA), many men and women across all age groups experience suboptimal cardiovascular health every year.
As you probably know from your academic days studying biology, blood flow is key to your cardiovascular system. It’s the 'nutritious oil' that feeds all your vital organs and keeps everything running smoothly.
It virtually goes without saying that it’s extremely important to keep your cardiovascular system working as efficiently as possible. But what happens if your blood flow is less than optimal?
Well, it has the potential to keep your heart and other organs from functioning at their best.
So what helps keep blood flowing optimally? What keeps your blood vessels relaxed and elastic for a healthy cardiovascular system?
Some of the answers to these questions directly correlate to the 1998 Nobel Prize in Medicine – and to the essential amino acid those researchers discovered is involved in crucial areas of human physiology and metabolism.
How a Gas Known as an Air Pollutant Helps Your Blood Vessels Relax
No one really knew how extensive a role nitrogen plays in cardiovascular health prior to the discoveries that won the 1998 Nobel Prize…
What Nobel Prize recipients Robert Furchgott, Ferid Murid and Louis Ignarro discovered was that a certain gas, produced by endothelial cells lining your blood vessels, acts as a signaling molecule in your cardiovascular system.
That certain gas was nitric oxide (NO).
What made this discovery particularly surprising is that nitric oxide is also a common air pollutant formed when nitrogen burns – like in automobile exhaust fumes.
The use of a gas – in this case nitric oxide – for signaling between cells in your body is a concept with far-reaching potential scientific and health benefits, now and in the future.
Enhances your blood flow when produced by blood vessel cells.*
Helps support healthy blood pressure levels that are already in the normal range.*
Acts as a signaling molecule in your brain and immune system.*
Unfortunately, as you age, something happens to your body’s vital nitric oxide signaling process… and the essential amino acid needed to produce it.
What Happens to Your Blood Vessels as You Age?
Quite simply, just like other bodily functions, the efficiency of the nitric oxide signaling system in your body declines as a normal part of aging.
Keep in mind that your endothelial cells produce nitric oxide to help your vessels stay relaxed and open for blood flow:
The bottom line is: as your body’s efficiency in producing nitric oxide slows down, your body might need some help to support optimal blood flow.*
What’s Needed For Your Body to Efficiently Produce Nitric Oxide?
A major factor at the heart of your body’s nitric oxide production appears to be a semi-essential amino acid called L-arginine.
A precursor to nitric oxide.
Needed by the lining in your blood vessels (endothelium) to create nitric oxide.
The only known nutritional substrate in your blood vessel lining used by endothelial cells for nitric oxide production.
The good news is… Your body produces L-arginine. It plays a significant role in multiple areas of your physiology and metabolism by…
Significantly affecting your cardiovascular system – in particular, your blood vessel vitality.*
Playing a critical role in maintaining the natural, healthy functions of your vascular endothelium (vessel lining).*
Promoting blood vessel relaxation and flexibility from the nitric oxide created by your vascular endothelium.*
The bad news is… Without enough L-arginine, your endothelial cells may not create enough nitric oxide to promote optimal blood flow and cardiovascular health.*
L-arginine is also involved in your immune system. Not having enough could desensitize important white blood cell components called neutrophils, which are vital in a healthy immune response.*
Unfortunately, your bodily functions tend to slow down and become less efficient as a normal part of aging. And more often than not, this also applies to your body’s production of L-arginine.
Thousands of Studies Support the Role of L-Arginine in Promoting Your Optimal Health*
The number of research studies published on the many physiological roles of this special amino acid are in the thousands.
All this scientific research has shown that L-arginine supplementation has the potential to help with blood flow and overall cardiovascular health by how it…
Helps blood vessels relax, promoting optimal blood flow and endothelial function.*
Aids in maintaining blood pressure levels already in the normal range.*
Promotes a healthy cardiovascular system by helping to support cholesterol levels already in the normal range.*
Not only can the right high-quality L-arginine supplement help your blood flow and overall cardiovascular health, it can also potentially…
Promote healthy immune function.*
Enhance exercise performance and tolerance.*
Support healthy, normal breathing.*
Aid overall kidney vitality.*
Help promote healthy skin.*
Because L-arginine is available as a supplement today, it may seem the answer to how to enhance your body supply is quite simple, but unfortunately it’s not.
Why Controlling Absorption Rate Is Key – and How We Meet That Challenge
Just like other supplements on the market today, L-arginine formulas vary widely. And one of the biggest challenges with L-arginine is its absorption rate.
Your body very rapidly absorbs and metabolizes L-arginine. This means you would likely have to take supplement doses frequently during the day in order to maintain steady levels of L-arginine in your body.
So implementing some form of advanced sustained release technology could potentially help you maintain an optimal level of L-arginine in your system over a 24-hour period, reducing the need to take frequent doses throughout the day.*
Unfortunately, not all L-arginine supplements available today solve the rapid absorption challenge.
That’s where our exclusive L-Arginine Advanced formula truly maximizes the potential benefits of this extraordinary amino acid. Our formula:
Offers great flexibility and convenience in serving intervals – Take one capsule in the morning and two in the evening, or take a single capsule every eight hours.
Provides a steady, slow release of L-arginine for potentially consistent blood levels.*
Utilizes advanced controlled, sustained and targeted release technologies to aid in bioavailability and to help extend the effects of each serving.*
Contains no harsh chemical-laden excipients, artificial additives, preservatives or other hidden ingredients.
Is delivered using the innovative MiniTab system, formulated by a manufacturer that employs the highest quality standards.
Without a high-quality manufacturer, like the one we partnered with for our L-Arginine Advanced, the resulting formula could end up being inconsistent and unreliable.
Fortunately, our high-quality manufacturer employs high-tech manufacturing that sets the bar, creating our L-Arginine Advanced formula that:
Combines more than 50 years of experience in formulations, manufacturing and global sourcing.
Plays an integral role in facilitating the development of novel, research-backed ingredients for enhanced bioavailable products.
Creates customized solutions that encompass innovative products, cutting-edge technologies and novel delivery systems.
Offers turn-key solutions to suit customers’ needs.
Is committed to maintaining the highest quality standards and protocols while continuing to optimize the efficacy and delivery of the ingredients.
The Perfect Trifecta for Your Cardiovascular Health
We‘ve seen how valuable L-Arginine Advanced can potentially be for your health, but we recommend two more steps to provide a solid foundation of support for your cardiovascular health.
If you’re not already getting a wholesome animal source of omega-3 fatty acids and taking a high-quality CoQ10 or Ubiquinol, then our Cardio Support Pack may be the ideal choice to give you that extra support.
With a bountiful supply of bioavailable omega-3 fatty acids, our Antarctic Krill Oil offers unparalleled support for your heart, brain and total body health.* Dramatically different from the omega-3s in fish oils, krill oil’s omega-3s – DHA and EPA – are transported in liposome form for easy and fast delivery to your cells.
Ubiquinol, the reduced, active form of CoQ10 (ideal for those older than 30) helps guard against cellular and mitochondrial damage to help ensure your heart, brain, muscles and other fuel-hungry tissues receive the energy they need for their healthy function.*
Our Cardio Support Pack includes all three supplements – L-Arginine Advanced, Krill Oil, and Ubiquinol - in one convenient pack to help you save time and money.
Discover What L-Arginine Advanced Can Do For Your Heart Health
As you age, your cardiovascular system's ability to produce L-arginine for effective nitric oxide production naturally declines.
With the innovative MiniTab delivery technology of L-Arginine Advanced, it’s easy and convenient to give your cardiovascular system the potential benefits of this powerful little amino acid.*
By efficiently enhancing and maintaining your healthy blood flow, you can help promote the overall health of your cardiovascular system – and other bodily functions as well.*
Take advantage of this innovation supplement technology to support the optimal health of your cardiovascular system, and order L-Arginine Advanced today.* For extra support, order our Cardio Support Pack with L-Arginine Advanced, Antarctic Krill Oil and Ubiquinol all in one handy pack.
If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication or have a medical condition, consult your physician before using this product.
If you suffer with herpes, you will not want to take this supplement when you are having a flare-up, as it can impair your body's ability to utilize lysine, which is another important amino acid that is used to combat herpes infections.
Individuals on prescription anti-coagulant medication or anti-hypertensive drugs should consult a physician before taking an L-arginine supplement and should be supervised by a qualified health care practitioner.