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Nitric Oxide Level May Be the Key to Personal Health

Posted: Wed, May 01, 2013 | By: Anti-Aging / Supplements

by David Kekich

Dear Future Centenarian,

Do You Know Your NO Levels?

Maybe a more appropriate question is, “Do you know what NO is?”

Assessing and optimizing your nitric oxide (NO) level may be the key to unlocking your personal health and performance potential.  

This essay first appeared in MaxLife, HERE

I took a test this am to see what my levels are. On one hand, I wanted them to be optimal. On the other, I kinda sorta wanted them to be a little low so I could take steps to feel and function even better.

Good news! My wish came true. Of course you usually win when you call heads AND tails. I this case, my levels are optimal. smile

But then, I’ll have to find another way to boost my performance. :(

I’d like to introduce you to the Core 4 Nutrition Program. One of its more important features is its measurability. Using nutritional supplements can contribute to significant, long-term health and fitness improvements. But to be useful, these results must be measurable. Otherwise, it’s difficult—if not impossible—to know if you are taking the correct amount of the right nutrients. 

NO is a powerful molecule that promotes, protects, and preserves cellular health. In fact, it’s the key player responsible for delivering oxygen-rich blood to every cell, tissue, and organ system in the body and strengthens the heart and vascular system. Low NO levels have been linked to the onset of illness and disease.  

A nitric oxide deficiency will lead to reduced blood flow and tissue oxygenation… and increased inflammation and free radical activity which damage and disrupt the functional capacity of the cells. Forget about cholesterol. Nitric oxide could be the critical marker to optimize, to protect and strengthen your cardiovascular system.

And the benefits of NO don’t stop there. This life-enhancing substance can:


  • Strengthen your immune system by attacking and killing unwanted bacteria

  • Improve your digestion

  • Limit the swelling and pain of arthritis

  • Calm the inflammation of asthma

  • Enhance wound healing

  • Protect your bones from osteoporosis

  • Limit skin damage from over exposure to the sun

  • Promote deeper, more restful sleep

  • Improve your mood and memory

  • Act as a powerful antioxidant

  • Reduce the risk of diabetes and its complications

  • Allow for an easier adaption to low oxygen at high altitudes

And for athletes, NO can provide a proven performance edge.

During the summer of 2012, many Olympic athletes were talking and tweeting about their use of beet juice as a performance enhancer. Beets are very rich in nitrates which are converted to nitric oxide.

The test I took was a simple, at-home, salivary assessment that will allow you to measure your nitric oxide levels and monitor how they change with targeted, nutrient support.  

Dr. Rick Cohen sells the test. I have no association with him but think you may be interested in the test. It costs $15, and you get a 35-page NO Restorative Guide that provides you with all the information you’ll need to optimize your NO level with foods and supplements.

Here’s a link if you’d like to check it out:

More Life,

David Kekich

This essay first appeared in MaxLife, HERE


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