If you do a quick Google search for the word Nitric Oxide, you’ll find that on any given day it’s a popular topic that tens of millions of people are looking for online. A few reasons they may be interested in Nitric Oxide includes the findings of how it affects cancer cells. However, an even more popular reason is the research and scholarly articles showing that Nitric Oxide can regulate the heart. It expands the blood vessels, increases blood flow and decreases blood clotting and the growth of plaque. So you can see why there’s an enormous amount of curiosity about Nitric Oxide. In fact, the more you read about Nitric Oxide, the more you may want to know.
Here’s a summary about Nitric Oxide from the article, “Is Nitric Oxide a Cancer-Healing Powerhouse?” written by Dr. Veronique Desaulniers (aka Dr. V). She’s been a chiropractor for 30 years and is the author of the bestselling book “Heal Breast Cancer Naturally: 7 Essential Steps to Beating Breast Cancer.” Also, Dr. V is a member of the Clar8ty Advisory Board.
Nitric Oxide (NO) is a “substance of interest” for slowing and even stopping tumor growth. Researchers are getting closer to discovering the specific conditions which can trigger NO-related and NO-inspired tumor suppression − making it potentially one of the strongest yet little-known cancer-fighters.
Nitric Oxide is a water-soluble, free radical gas produced by the body’s own cells. It is critical to many key biological processes, including neurotransmission, immune system function, and vascular health.
NO is also a promoter of cell growth, which can make it both a cancer tumor promoter under certain circumstances, as well as a cancer suppressor. One of the most powerful ways it can help heal cancer is by encouraging the growth of healthy cells.
The entire article is fascinating. One of the highlights of the article explains how to increase your consumption of L-arginine because it’s probably one of the most efficient ways you can increase Nitric Oxide production for your health. Here’s the link to check it out:
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