The "Live Healthy" Journal

Better Living Through Nature

Keep Those Arteries Pumping!

on September 23, 2011

We all see the ads on TV and hear them on the radio – taking an aspirin a day helps prevent strokes or heart attacks.

But…did you know?

Don't Poison Your Body!

[1]Many experts agree that doctors may have been recommending aspirin to people for whom the risks might outweigh the benefits.  Aspirin acts as a blood thinner, which is believed to account for much of its benefit of protecting against heart attacks and strokes. But that same action, along with a tendency to deplete the stomach’s protective lining, can lead to a danger of gastrointestinal bleeding and possibly bleeding in the brain.”

There is better science that indicates taking a supplement with L-Arginine and L-citrulline is safer!

Nitric Oxide (NO) causes arteries to

  • dilate
  • decreases platelet adhesiveness (which reduces the risk of heart attack )
  • works to lower blood pressure
  • reduces the risk of blood clots (without the hazardous side of internal bleeding)

(NO) when created from L-Arginine actually regulates blood coagulation at the platelet level which means that it only acts as an anti-coagulation agent when needed.  What this provides is a real solution when clotting factors are needed as in the event of a stroke.

The daily presence of L-arginine and L-citrulline in the blood keeps life threatening clots from forming in the first place and also dissolves ones that are already in existence – SO, keep those arteries pumping!


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One response to “Keep Those Arteries Pumping!

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