8 Foods That Increase Nitric Oxide Levels For Improved Sexual Health
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2:30 Leafy Greens
2:50 Citrus Fruits
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Nitric oxide is a gaseous molecule that causes blood vessels to dilate and relax, which is necessary for sexual health. It can also help with the production of male hormones, sperm motility, and healthier looking skin. Suffice it to say that nitric oxide plays an important role in many parts of our lives!
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The good news is that there are some foods which are natural sources for increasing nitric oxide levels in your body. I’ve compiled 8 great foods in this video so you can see just how easy it is to start improving your sexual health today!
A common misconception about beetroot is that it’s only good for your colon. The truth, however, is that beets are actually excellent for nitric oxide production and have proven to improve erectile function in men.
In fact, a study done by the National Institute of Health found a significant increase in blood flow after participants drank beet juice, – a major indicator of nitric oxide levels! Nitric Oxide has been shown to strengthen artery walls and reduce high blood pressure. This leads to better circulation throughout the body which can result in an erection.
So don’t limit yourself to just eating beets as a vegetable, add them into your diet also as a supplement!
A recent study on nitric oxide production found that garlic causes a significant increase in NO2-N concentration (NO2-N is the active form of Nitric Oxide). Nitric oxide plays an important role in regulating blood flow by relaxing smooth muscle cells within the walls of your arteries – this helps to keep your vessels open so they can transport oxygen-rich blood throughout your body.
Carrots are one of the vegetables with high nitrate content. Nitrates are converted into nitrites in our saliva which then convert into nitric oxide. Nitric oxide then diffuses to other cells where it causes them to release their own nitric oxide which amplifies its effects throughout your entire body.
Recent studies show that dark chocolate contains polyphenols called catechins, which increase nitric oxide production by acting on certain enzymes involved in its synthesis.
A study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine found that nitric oxide production is increased by leafy greens, because they have nitrates which convert into nitric oxide. This helps improve blood flow to all parts of your body including muscles, organs, skin and even the penis! This means leafy greens are a healthy food choice for men!
A study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine found that eating a diet rich in vitamin C may increase nitric oxide production, which can help men with erectile dysfunction.
Pomegranate is a great fruit for nitric oxide production because it contains Quercetin,
Nuts and Seeds.
Nuts and seeds are good for nitric oxide production because they’re high in arginine, an amino acid that’s essential for nitric oxide production. The higher your levels of nitric oxide, the better circulation and more oxygen getting delivered to all body parts while also carrying away toxins. Nitric oxide is also important for erections since it relaxes muscles and increases blood flow to certain areas (like those involved with sexual activity).
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