HEMOXYGEN works with the following scientifically proven natural ingredients to provide these amazing results:
L-arginine - This ammo acid directly promotes the productions of nitric oxide, a chemical made in the walls of blood vessels. Nitric oxide is a central element for maintaining dilated and flexible arteries so that oxygen and nutrients can reach the cells. A shortage can contribute to hypertension, inflammation, and plague buildup. There are 100,000 miles of blood vessels in the body; maintaining their fluidity is essential to good health. The importance of nitric oxide to cardiovascular health recognized with the 1998 Nobel Prize in Medicine. Since it dilates blood vessels, it is good for better male erectile function.
L-carnitine - Another key amino acid, its primary role is to transport fatty acids into the mitochondria so they can be oxidized to make ATP. Heart muscle cells obtain 60% - 70% of their fuel from fat sources.
Alpha Lipoic Acid - This powerful antioxidant increases oxygen, protects mitochondria against free radical damage, and promotes the cellular production of glutathione, on e of the body’s most important detoxifiers. It is a water and fat soluble nutrient and recirculates other antioxidants.
NAC (n-ACETYL CYSTEINE) - This amino acid antioxidant helps from glutathione. As individuals grow older, glutathione levels decline and the ability to detoxify free radicals decreases.
Phosphatidylcholine (concentrated lecithin) - This important fatty substance contributes to healthy cell membranes, necessary for normal intake of oxygen and nutrients, and excretion of wastes. It also supplies cells with phosphorus, also needed to make ATP.
Dimethylglycine (DMG) - This amino acid is only produced by the body in small amounts. It is needed to enhance oxygen utilization, endurance, and increase immunity. It also helps detoxification, reduces elevated fats, and normalizes blood pressure and sugar.
Trimethylglycine (TMG) - This plant-derived substance helps the body turn excess homocysteine and amino acids with marked artery-damaging capacity, into a beneficial amino acid called methionine.