Mayor Pharmaceutical Laboratories is excited to announce the development of CardioMax, a specially formulated product to address the population's needs for additional arginine.
Mayor Pharmaceutical Laboratories and Arginine
Arginine is an amino acid. It is the only amino acid that has been shown to produce nitric oxide. In fact, the 1998, the Nobel Prize in Medicine was awarded to a team of scientists for their work on nitric oxide (NO) and their discovery of the role that arginine plays in the production of nitric oxide in the body.
Nitric oxide is a molecule found naturally in the body. For athletes, NO’s most familiar function is its ability to increase blood flow by dilating blood vessels. This dilation increases the flow of oxygen and nutrients to the muscles, theoretically allowing for better performance during a workout as well as a faster recovery afterwards.
Improving your intake of arginine is not as simple as increasing your intake of arginine-rich foods in our diet, because many of the most common arginine-rich foods also tend to be high in fat and cholesterol (foods like red meat and shellfish).
So what are your options? Taking so called "horse pills" is not attractive to most people. You would have to take 10 or more giant 500 mg pills each day to get a useful dose of arginine.
That’s why we created CardioMax. CardioMax is supplied as a powder. Each 30 serving bottle contains a free measuring scoop. Just add one scoop to a glass of water, stir and drink. It's that easy.
Although many supplements out there are labeled Nitric Oxide, what they actually contain are a combination of the enzymes and amino acids that help your body synthesize the molecule. VitaMist chose the best forms to help your body’s natural NO production with the amino acids arginine and citrulline. Additional ingredients you may want to look for in an NO supplement are antioxidants. Antioxidants play a key role in protecting the enzymes that facilitate the production of NO.
Some of the food options that may increase nitric oxide through diet are:
Be aware, though, that crab and shrimp are high in sodium and cholesterol respectively.
Fruits, garlic, soy, vitamins C and E, Co-Q10, and alpha lipoic acid all contain natural antioxidants that can help maximize production of NO as well.
Please, if you’re looking to add supplements to your body building routine, or to improve your health, make sure to get educated on what’s out there, the science behind it, and, as we always say at VitaMist, seek the advice of your physician before doing so.