These Amino Acids May Help

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Your Patients Have Neuropathy, and These Amino Acids May Help

Your patients keep complaining about the pain, numbness and burning sensations they are struggling with as a result of their peripheral neuropathy. People with diabetes, or other conditions causing peripheral neuropathy, produce lower than normal levels of nitric oxide that may account for decreases in blood flow and a decreased capacity of blood vessels to dilate. Now we know that even the low amounts of NO produced are tightly bound to glycosylated hemoglobin. Not surprisingly, when HbA1c is elevated, the NO that is present in red blood cells is not easily released to promote vasodilation. This may account, in part, for very low blood flow to the nerves of the feet and, thus to the symptoms of DPN.

Science has discovered that by taking the correct amounts of the amino acids L-Arginine and L-Citrulline, one can easily reverse this lack of Nitric Oxide and reduce the risk of suffering from the painful effects of neuropathy. L-Arginine Complete was formulated by following Nobel Prize winning research. Doctors and scientists claim this research to be one of the greatest advancements in the last 50 years in the battle to naturally reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, which may cause heart attacks, high blood pressure, strokes, high cholesterol and neuropathy.
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