Niteworks, Dr. Lou Ignarro, nitric oxide, cardio-vascular health @ Independent Herbalife Distributor

Keeping a Pulse on Your Cardiovascular Health

The most vital statistics for checking your heart health are pulse and blood pressure. Both are taken through the arteries. But did you know that your arteries — in fact all your vessels — also serve another critical function? The production of Nitric Oxide!

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In addition to arteries which carry oxygen-rich blood away from the heart, your vessels also include veins which carry blood to the heart and capillaries which connect the arteries to the veins.

Laid out end to end, an adult's vessels would be nearly 100,000 miles long! When you think of it that way, it's easy to understand how your vascular system could exert an important regulating influence over cells throughout your body.

Similarly, it also becomes clear how a compromised vascular system can limit the function of vital organs, such as your heart and brain.


Although people tend to focus on cholesterol levels when considering their heart health, Nitric Oxide is also an important part of the story, since  it helps preserve the youthful elasticity of vessels. 

Hardening of the arteries, or atherosclerosis, is the process where cholesterol-based plaques form within the arteries impairing blood flow, while at the same time, the thickened walls of the arteries lose their elasticity. Build-up of plaques effectively narrow the arterial opening through which the blood flows, putting additional stress on your heart to work harder. And if a blockage develops, it can result in a heart attack (blocking flow to your heart) or stroke (blocking flow to the brain).

Hardening of the arteries typically starts in early adulthood and progresses as people grow older. Several factors contribute to the formation of plaque, including high blood cholesterol, dietary fat and smoking. Atherosclerosis is the cause of more than half of all mortality in developed countries and is the leading cause of most heart attacks.

Heart-disease risk factors you CAN'T change Heart-disease risk factors you CAN change
  • Increasing age: Four out of five people who die of coronary-heart disease are 65 or older. After menopause, hormonal changes put women at a higher risk of developing heart disease.
  • Gender: Men have a greater risk of heart attacks than women and have heart attacks earlier in life. Still, heart disease is the leading cause of death for U.S. women.
  • Heredity: Heredity is also a factor. If your parents had heart disease, you're more at risk.

  • Smoking: If you smoke, your risk of heart attack is more than twice that of nonsmokers.
  • Obesity or overweight: People who carry extra weight — especially in the waistline — have a greater likelihood of stroke and heart disease.
  • High levels of LDL or "bad" cholesterol: Although age, gender and heredity factor into your cholesterol level, you can also control it through diet.
  • Low levels of HDL or "good" cholesterol: While low levels are a warning sign, high levels are considered heart protective.
  • High blood pressure: High blood pressure contributes to a majority of all heart attacks and strokes.
  • Diabetes: People who have diabetes often end up with some form of cardiovascular disease.
  • Physical inactivity: Those who do not exercise regularly greatly increase their risk of heart disease.
  • Elevated triglyceride levels: This often goes along with elevated LDL cholesterol as a risk factor.
  • Elevated homocysteine levels: High levels of homocysteine has been linked with arterial damage and increased risk of heart disease.
  • Stress: Some evidence suggests that high stress can make cardiovascular disease more likely.

Niteworks based on Nobel-Prizewinning Research

So how can you promote the health of your cardiovascular system?

Dr. Ignarro's breakthrough research tells us that Nitric Oxide, a naturally occurring compound in your body, is a key to healthy vessels. And conversely, Nitric-Oxide deficiency can contribute to serious problems that typically occur with aging.

Through vascular nutrition, you can increase the production of Nitric Oxide, which "exercises" or expands your vessels, increasing their youthful elasticity. In addition, Nitric Oxide is an important biological messenger that causes a  cascade of benefits  at the cellular level, which can improve circulatory, immune- and nervous-system function.

Nitric Oxide promotes the functioning of virtually every organ in the body, including the lungs, liver, kidneys, stomach, brain and, of course, the heart.

Niteworks' patent-pending formula is based on Dr. Ignarro's groundbreaking research in vascular nutrition. Niteworks helps your body create increased and longer-lasting Nitric Oxide to keep your arteries flexible. The key ingredients in Niteworks boost Nitric-Oxide action in three ways:

  • L-Arginine is used by the body to produce Nitric Oxide.
  • L-Citrulline is recycled by the body into L-Arginine.
  • Vitamins C and E extend the activity and life span of Nitric Oxide in the body.

Niteworks offers a cascade of benefits from increased Nitric-Oxide levels and heart-healthy antioxidants. Here's a quick look at what you can expect:

  • Keeps blood vessels toned and flexible for improved vascular function.
  • Helps support cardiovascular health.
  • Enhances blood flow to support function of heart, brain and other organs.
  • Helps you wake feeling rejuvenated and enhances workout performance.

As the key to good health, Nitric Oxide is the missing link.