Elizabeth Owings MDDr. Elizabeth Owings is a Medical Doctor who has served as the Chief Surgical Resident at the University of Alabama Birmingham, a Critical Care Fellow in the Department of Pediatric Surgery at Children’s Memorial Hospital in Chicago and a Pediatric Surgery Fellow at Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital in St. Louis. Her research into the use of vitamins, minerals and other natural remedies took her through tens of thousands of articles and published research papers, making her an expert on natural therapies.

Arginine, Citrulline and Antioxidants Working Together

The latest studies of l-arginine activities as a source of nitric oxide suggest that we should take l-arginine together with l-citrulline and antioxidants that will make the nitric oxide last longer and work more effectively in delivering a higher volume of cell-supporting antioxidants to each tissue in the body. This will ensure both blood vessel relaxation and repair of the existing damage to the endothelium. As a result you will feel younger and enjoy a healthier life.

Benefits of Arginine Sufficiency

Despite of 100 000 scientific publications about the life-enhancing properties of nitric oxide and three Nobel Prize winners who made this fact undeniable, few people know about NO or where it comes from. Sadly, most doctors are not even aware of what this incredible molecule can do for our health. It seems that a path for these findings to pay off in treatments for heart disease is still needed to overcome the handicap of the conventional medical professional training which largely omits nutrition.