• EFX Sports Radio Show interview with Leo Lapito

    EFX Sports Radio Show interview with Leo Lapito

    Listen to Leo Lapito's interview on the EFX Sports Radio Show about COR-Restor.  

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  • Boost Nitric Oxide Levels to Improve Health

    Boost Nitric Oxide Levels to Improve Health

    The discovery of nitric oxide and its biological activities was so astounding that the 1998 Nobel Prize was awarded to the three pharmacologists who identified and furthered our understanding of this dynamic molecule. Let’s take a look at the multiple roles and benefits of nitric oxide and how you can increase its production to improve numerous aspects of your health.Multiple Roles and Benefits of Nitric Oxide Nitric oxide is a key signaling molecule throughout the body. Produced by the endothelial cells lining the arteries, it penetrates the underlying smooth muscles and acts as a potent vasodilator that relaxes the arteries....

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    Where it comes from: Nitric Oxide (NO) is a gas that’s naturally produced in the body; it’s used to communicate between cells. “To make nitric oxide, enzymes in the body break down the amino acid, arginine,” explains registered dietitian and American Dietetic Association spokesperson Jim White. Nitric Oxide supplements actually include arginine—not nitric oxide. Arginine is naturally found in foods such as spinach, sesame seeds, crab, shrimp and white meat turkey.What it’ll do for you: Nitric Oxide’s main job is to deliver messages between the body’s cells. It also plays a key role in controlling the circulation of blood and...

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  • Just Say NO

    Just Say NO

    Research into the properties of nitric oxide may lead to treatments for hypertension, stroke, male impotence and more Chosen as Science magazine’s “Molecule of the Year” in 1992, nitric oxide has come a long way since 1980, when it was the focus of only 12 academic papers. It is a simple hormone like chemical; yet it is one of the most powerful known biological substances. Nitric oxide (NO) controls a seemingly limitless range of essential bodily functions, including blood pressure and various activities of the brain, lungs, liver, kidneys, stomach, gut and genitals, among other organs. In 1996, research on...

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