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Nitric oxide, a cell-signaling molecule, is considered one of the most important molecules produced in humans. It regulates most biological functions including immune, neurological, blood flow, and oxygen delivery.
Loss of nitric oxide production is recognized as the earliest events in the onset and progression of cardiovascular disease and most, if not all, age-related disease. Strategies to restore and recapitulate nitric oxide production can have positive outcomes on public health and chronic disease.
What you’ll learn:
- How the body makes nitric oxide
- What goes wrong in people who can’t produce nitric oxide
- Clinical consequences of the loss of nitric oxide production
- Safe and effective strategies to restore nitric oxide production