A Guide to the Different Types of Magnesium
Research suggests up to two-thirds of Americans are deficient in magnesium. That's a big number—and it means most people can benefit from supplementing with the right type of magnesium. When you're deficient in magnesium, you can experience a wide variety of negative symptoms, including leg cramps, insomnia, fatigue, anxiety, diabetes, migraines, and heart problems. Low serum magnesium concentrations have even been linked to higher rates of mortality. So, why are so many people deficient in…
The 10 Best Foods to Boost Nitric Oxide Levels
Nitric oxide is a molecule produced in your body that may offer various health benefits — from improved exercise performance to better brain function. Here are the 10 best foods to boost your nitric oxide levels.
Supplements and Foods to Boost Nitric Oxide
Supplements designed to boost levels of nitric oxide have traditionally been popular among bodybuilders and athletes, but now they’re becoming recognized as an important aspect of overall health.
HealthBreak: David Sorrentino, MD - NICU, Nitric Oxide
Nitric Oxide is gas naturally produced by the body to relax blood vessels in the lungs. Sometimes, at birth, babies may need some help to open the blood vess...
This 4-Minute Daily Workout can Improve Your Mood and Your Health
Four-minute workouts done several times a day — as many times a day as you want (within reason) for maximum benefit — are a new concept for fitness that’s designed to use nitric oxide for muscle growth. Dr. Zach Bush, whose triple-board certification includes expertise in internal medicine, endocrinology and metabolism, says his four-minute workout...
Nitric Oxide And Diet: Essential Changes You Can Make For Better Health
Keeping track of your nitric oxide levels can be key to making the right diet decisions. What impact can this have on physical and mental well-being?