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You may not know what it is, but Nitric Oxide is your friend.

It is one of the most important molecules in the human body. Not only is it responsible for oxygen delivery, it is also a “signaling molecule”, meaning that it helps convey information back-and-forth between the cells in our body.

Our bodies require a tremendous amount of correct information to be conveyed. This is the basis for our development, as well as playing a very important role in our immune system.

Because of this, loss of Nitric Oxide production is the earliest event in the onset and progression of chronic disease.

In this episode you will discover:

  • Signs and symptoms of Nitric Oxide deficiency
  • Why dark leafy veggies ARE you friend!
  • The relationship between Nitric Oxide and Covid
  • Why antacids AREN’T your friend!
  • How to stop what’s bad and do what’s good

It’s one thing to say “I’m going to stop doing what’s bad for me and start doing what is good” and quite another to actually DO it. Even while shopping for groceries, we think we are doing “good” by buying organic.

When learning about Nitric Oxide, it’s logical to understand that Nitrogen is involved, but we don’t think about the soil restrictions placed on organically-grown vegetables. This means that buying organic dark, leafy veggies will actually have 10 times LESS nitric oxide than those without the organic label.

Links Mentioned

drnathansbryan.com

Book: Functional Nitric Oxide Nutrition

Dr. Nathan Bryan

Dr. Bryan is an international leader in molecular medicine and nitric oxide biochemistry. He has been involved in nitric oxide research for the past 18 years, and has made many seminal discoveries in the field. These discoveries and findings have transformed the development of safe and effective products in the treatment and prevention of human disease. Dr. Bryan has published a number of highly cited papers and authored or edited 5 books. He believes if you give the body what it needs, it will heal itself.

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