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Backed by Clinical Data — and a Nobel Prize
In the late 1990s, Nobel-Prize-award-winning research revealed that Nitric Oxide (NO) acts as a critical signaling molecule in the cardiovascular system. This research was only the beginning of a waterfall of research on the importance of nitrates and Nitric Oxide on total-body health.
Nitric Oxide can be re-introduced into the body through a nitrate-rich diet, but the realities of modern eating habits make simple supplementation programs — like Berkeley Life’s — a much more efficient and effective solution.
Nitric Oxide Decreases Naturally as We Age
Nitric Oxide (NO) production rapidly declines after age 40, and continues to decline. However, dietary nitrates found in foods like beets and leafy greens, and in supplements like Berkeley Life, can help optimize NO production as we age.
Read more on our blog about the role of Nitric Oxide in the body and how to best support it.
Nitrates: The Best Path to Nitric Oxide Support
Peer-reviewed research shows that nitrates — especially dietary nitrates — are a superior method of Nitric Oxide (NO) supplementation over arginine, citrulline, or nitrite. Given a healthy oral microbiome, nitrates can be converted into Nitric Oxide to support NO levels at all ages.
Berkeley Life’s test strips can determine if the body is effectively converting nitrates into Nitric Oxide. Shop Nitric Oxide support and saliva test strips below.
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