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What foods can I eat to increase my Nitric Oxide production?

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Many foods, such as spinach, nuts, artichokes, beets, and certain green teas, are rich in dietary nitrates, which convert in the body to Nitric Oxide. However, one of the known facts about Nitric Oxide is that it gets harder to consume enough of these nitrate-rich foods in order to compensate for the declining Nitric Oxide production levels of your body as you age.

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When should I ask my doctor about Nitric Oxide?

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As with any nutritional supplement, check with your physician, pharmacist, or qualified healthcare professional when changing up your daily regimen. Note that many practitioners are just now learning about the incredible benefits of Nitric Oxide, and aren’t necessarily aware of products like Neo40. To provide the best information for both consumers and medical professionals, our website includes a plethora of facts, methodology, research and clinical studies. If your healthcare provider isn’t familiar with the latest studies about N-O, simply direct them to Humann.com.

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Where can I get more information and facts about Nitric Oxide

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There’s a wealth of information about Nitric Oxide available in our Science section. And please feel free to email us at info@humann.com for any further questions.

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Where do I find the clinical studies you mention?

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Explore our Science section for information on clinical studies, nutrition, and other education. And please feel free to email us at info@humann.com for any further questions.

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