Layton, UT -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/25/2012 -- According to statistics, cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death. One out of three adults currently have some form of heart disease, and more are being diagnosed every day.
In an effort to keep their hearts as healthy as possible, many people are doing all they can to eat a healthy diet, get enough exercise, stop smoking, and keep stress to a minimum. Many are also looking into natural supplements as a way to help their cardiovascular system stay strong.
One supplement that has become especially popular is called L-Arginine. This important amino acid is considered by many researchers and physicians alike as one of the best ways to prevent and even reverse cardiovascular disease, because of the way it naturally produces nitric oxide levels in the body. Nitric oxide is widely thought to be one of the most crucial molecules in the body, capable of reversing heart damage naturally.
A website has been getting a lot of attention lately for its vast amount of educational information about arginine, as well as a product called L-Arginine Complete, which can be purchased through links on the site.
Largininedirect.com explains in great detail how and why L-Arginine supplements work in the body to help promote cardiovascular health, including by lowering blood pressure and cholesterol.
“L-Arginine Complete supplies your body with two vital amino acids, L-Arginine and L-Citrulline,” an article on the company’s website explained.
“The first triggers cellular production of Nitric Oxide. Increased levels of this tiny “miracle molecule” provide many of the health benefits of L-Arginine Complete.”
Studies have proven the various arginine benefits, including how the amino acid can have a positive effect on cholesterol levels. For example, in one study, healthy subjects who took L-Arginine experienced a drop in their bad cholesterol levels. While it appears that it may also boost good cholesterol levels, this has not been confirmed yet through a clinical study.
A helpful frequently-asked-question section on the website answers many of the common inquires people have about taking L-Arginine, including information about the active ingredients found in L-Arginine Complete, as well as the if there is a recommended daily dosage.
“Since it occurs naturally in the body, there is no formal recommended dose for L-Arginine supplements. Everybody has different nutritional needs, so the right dosage varies from person to person,” the article explained, adding that the standard amount is about ten grams (5,000 mg) per day (or two to three grams, three times a day) for up to six months.
Largininedirect.com is a division of Living Better Direct offering well being products at wholesale direct pricing. The website features educational articles about the amino acid L-Arginine, and how it has been shown to help prevent and even reverse cardiovascular disease. For more information, please visit http://www.largininedirect.com