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Nitric Oxide Boosting Ingredients That Actually Work

July 20, 2017

Nitric Oxide Boosting Ingredients That Actually Work

If you are on the market for a great pre-workout and muscle-building product, you’ll want to definitely consider nitric oxide boosting ingredients. When nitric oxide is present in your system, it will allow for better blood and oxygen flow to the muscle tissues.

Better oxygen delivery means you are able to withstand fatigue so you may be able to get in that extra rep with each set you perform.

Likewise, improved nutrient delivery to the muscles through enhanced blood flow will promote a better overall level of recovery and as such, muscle building effects.

So which ingredients earn top marks for boosting nitric oxide?

Here are the main ones you’ll want to consider.

Citrulline

Citrulline is the first supplement that you’ll definitely want to get your hands on for more powerful workouts.

This is a particular amino acid that is involved in the urea cycle and helps to boost ornithine and arginine content in the blood, which helps to improve the rate in which ammonia build-up is recycled.

In order to get maximum results, you’ll want to take a dosage of around 4 mg of citrulline about an hour prior to starting your workout session, which is how much you’ll get when you take NITROSURGE SHRED.

Not looking to get ‘shredded’ from our 3-in-1 thermogenic pre-workout?

No problem, the original NITROSURGE formula is your go-to pre-workout! Containing all of the right premium ingredients at scientifically-proven dosages like SHRED, except without any of the fat burning ingredients and added betaine.

Those who use this may also notice reduced muscle soreness immediately following their workout session as well.

Glutathione

Another great ingredient to take into your pre-workout cocktail is glutathione. This particular ingredient helps to slow the breakdown of nitric oxide that is already present in the bloodstream, so works to help prolong the effects of other supplements. For this reason, it’s often taken alongside citrulline in a product stack.

Glutathione is an amino acid that is naturally occurring in foods you eat as well. However, most people will not consume enough of it to be beneficial. Therefore, supplementation is key.

Nitrosigine

Finally, the last ingredient to consider is nitrosigine, which is a compound that is made from arginine and silicon and exerts effects in the body that lasts for up to 6 hours. This makes it one of the more powerful nitric oxide boosters that you can utilize.

It’ll help to increase blood flow and oxygen to the muscle tissues, increasing your total work capacity potential and help to delay the onset of fatigue during any form of intense activity.

N.O. XT contains a scientifically-proven dosage of nitrosigine, which will elevate your pumps to a whole new level.

It may also help to boost power levels as well, so if strength gains are the main priority, it’s one to really consider.

So there you have the best nitric oxide boosters to consider adding to your workout supplement line-up. Whichever one you go with, you’ll be on track to seeing maximum performance results.

 




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