Over the years we’ve written dozens, if not hundreds, of blogs all about the amazing health benefits of L-arginine. It just so happens that L-arginine is the key ingredient in our Cardio Juvenate Plus formula…

…and that one key ingredient which makes all the difference.

If you’re seeking a natural alternative to beta blockers and statins, you’ll want to take a look at these 7 blogs. They’ll tell you everything you need to know:

 

#1 – How Arginine Might Benefit You

Taking good care of your heart is a bigger task than many people realize. To really keep your heart in shape, you have to do several things, like eat well, sleep, exercise regularly, and even de-stress. One supplement that can help your heart further is called arginine. This supplement is actually an amino acid, which is essential to your overall health anyway.

http://erasedisease.com/2015/09/10/how-arginine-might-benefit-you/

 

#2 – The Health Benefits of Arginine


Arginine, which is also known as L-arginine, is one of the semi-essential amino acids, meaning that the body can produce the amino acid but that its production can be limited in certain medical circumstances. Arginine has a wide range of positive health benefits and has been used in recent times as a supplement to prevent heart disease and treat high blood pressure. It happens to be one of the most beneficial amino acids for improving heart health based on several recent studies. The amino acid can also help those who have already suffered from one or more heart attacks through several mechanisms.

http://erasedisease.com/2015/06/23/the-health-benefits-of-arginine/

 

#3 – How Arginine Can Prevent Heart Disease

Arginine (l-arginine) has been touted by medical professionals for its ability to protect your cardiovascular health and prevent heart disease. Recent research continues to prove its powerful and effective health benefits, and because it is a naturally occurring amino acid it is perfectly safe to take as a supplement. One of arginine’s primary benefits is its ability to protect against high blood pressure and improve blood flow throughout the body. Many researchers believe that this is key to preventing the onset of heart disease.

http://erasedisease.com/2015/05/11/how-arginine-can-help-prevent-heart-disease/

 

#4 – How Arginine Can Combat Unhealthy Sleep Habits

Recently we talked about a recent study showing a deep connection between loneliness, stress levels and a lack of sleep. Today, let’s dive into the issue of why a lack of sleep is so detrimental to your heart health, and how arginine can possibly help repair some of the damage done.
http://erasedisease.com/2014/07/14/how-arginine-can-combat-unhealthy-sleep-habits/
#5 – Arginine and Its Effects on Menopause

Arginine is an amino acid that can help women treat the symptoms of menopause, naturally. The most common symptoms that women complain of during menopause are hot flashes, which are caused by the constriction of blood vessels. This is where arginine comes in because it increases elasticity of blood vessels and helps with hot flashes.

http://erasedisease.com/2014/06/26/arginine-and-its-effects-on-menopause/

 

#6 – Heart Health and Alzheimer’s, How Arginine Supplements Help

Approximately 4.5 million Americans are affected by Alzheimer’s disease, which causes suffering not only for the patient, but their families as well. This is because Alzheimer’s is a disease in which a person suffers from severe memory loss and intellectual deterioration that usually effect elderly people.

http://erasedisease.com/2014/04/10/heart-health-and-alzheimers-how-can-arginine-supplements-help/

 

#7 – What the Studies Say About Arginine and Cardiovascular Health

There are numerous studies that confirm the cardiovascular health benefits of arginine, an amino acid found naturally in high quantities in foods like nuts, meat, fish, and dairy products. Arginine has shown in several studies and trials to help with angina, congestive heart failure, and high blood pressure. It can also help with treating erectile dysfunction, decreased mental capacity, and blocked arteries in the legs and many other conditions.

http://erasedisease.com/2014/02/15/what-the-studies-say-about-arginine-and-cardiovascular-health/