• Why Adequate Nitric Oxide Production Is Required for Optimal Health and Disease Prevention

    The Importance of Nitric Oxide (NO): Key Functions: NO controls oxygen and nutrient delivery to every cell. It regulates cellular communication. ...
  • Nitric Oxide: A Critical Key to Female Sexual Wellness

    8 Ways Nitric Oxide (NO) Affects Female Sexual Function and Health Nitric Oxide (NO) is a crucial signaling molecule in vasodilation, improving ...
  • Best Heart-Healthy Desserts

    These days, the emphasis is on cutting sugar intake, and eating healthful fats, obtained primarily from cold-water fish and plant foods. With that more healthful nutrient balance in mind, here are some heart-healthy dessert suggestions:

    Bountiful Berry Parfaits

    Chocolate/Hazelnut Cookies

    Recipes are in the article

  • Why Drinking Tea is Beneficial

    More than seven billion thirsty souls can’t be wrong: Tea is the second-most-popular drink on the planet. Hot tea does a body good.

    Humans have cultivated, harvested and brewed the leaves of the evergreen Camellia sinensis shrub for thousands of years. Originally, it was considered medicinal. Although many drinks may be called “tea,” there’s only one true tea. Granted, tea may be green, black, or white. Color depends on when and how the leaves were harvested and handled before making their way to your teacup.

    Hot tea also contains a unique, potent polyphenol antioxidant compound, known as epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG). EGCG is credited with many of the remarkable health effects tea drinkers enjoy. It is believed to exert beneficial effects in the body, including possible anti-inflammatory and anti-carcinogen activity. For instance, some evidence suggests that tea drinkers may enjoy some protection against the harmful effects of ultraviolet radiation when out in the sun.

  • Heart-Healthy Superfoods

    Certain “superfoods” excel at boosting health precisely by boosting one’s levels of these helpful antioxidant compounds. Generally speaking, (natural) color is a good indicator that a given food is rich in these potent antioxidant compounds. That’s why deeply colored fruits, such as blueberries, raspberries and blackberries are considered superfoods. They’re rich in these beneficial compounds. Of course, they also supply other necessary nutrients, and when considering whole foods it always makes sense to consider the “whole” food, not just isolated constituents.

    Nevertheless, certain superfoods feature rare components that take on outsized importance. Beets are one example. Raw beets are among nature’s richest sources of dietary nitrates, among numerous other healthful nutrients. Nitrates directly affect cardiovascular health, because they supply a raw material the body uses to produce nitric oxide (NO).

  • Nitric Oxide’s Vital Role in Female Sexual Health and Intimacy

    Is Nitric Oxide an aphrodisiac? Let’s examine the ways it supports Female Sexual Health.Part I of a 2 part sexual health series. By Greg McKettr...
  • Cognitive and Mental Health at All Ages

    Early in life, the brain seems to fire on all cylinders. Thinking, memory, and learning abilities are at their peak, and mental health conditions ...
  • Better Gut, Brain, and Immunity through Nitric Oxide

    The gut-brain-immunity axis is the subject of much dialogue and research as of late. Certainly, we are only scratching the surface of our knowledg...
  • The Critical Role of Nitric Oxide in Microvasculature Health

    Author : Chris D. Meletis, ND : Republished by N99Immune Support Key Points Nitric Oxide (NO) bioavailability is critical for opt...
  • Coffee and Caffeine: Cause for Caution or Celebration?

    Author Berkeley Life : Republished by N99 Immune Support Each year, coffee drinkers around the world — one billion strong — get a chance to celeb...
  • Nitric Oxide & Erectile Dysfunction

    Author Berkeley Life : Republished by N99 Immune Support ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION, NITRIC OXIDE  Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a common ...
  • Dental Hygiene & Nitric Oxide Production: What’s the Connection?