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Why You Need Nitric Oxide!

Nitric Oxide May Be The Most Important Supplement You Never Knew About

By:  Edward G. Loniewski, DO, FACOS, FAOAO 

Nitric Oxide (not nitrous oxide which is laughing gas) is one of those supplements not many people have heard about such as vitamin C or D.  However, it is by far one of the most important supplements we need to provide optimal health especially for those contemplating a stem cell therapy.

What is Nitric Oxide?

Nitric Oxide, abbreviated NO, naturally occurs in our body and is very important to many biochemical pathways in our bodies. These pathways include:

  • Cardiovascular regulation of blood pressure 
  • Relaxation of important vessels of the heart
  • Prevention of platelet aggregation and development of blood clots 
  • Neurotransmitter for cell to cell communication 
  • Increasing blood flow to the brain
  • Improving erectile dysfunction 
  • Dilating lung vessels 
  • Regulating the control of smooth muscles of the gastrointestinal system 
  • Increasing blood flow to the kidneys
  • Modulating t-cell immune system
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The Ideal Candidate

At Cellular Healing, our goal is to ensure that every patient who truly needs stem cell therapy receives treatment in a way that is most beneficial for them. If you would like to see all of our current options, please view our Arthritis Decision Sheet below.

If our team really believes you will not benefit from cell based therapy, we will be honest and tell you right away. Although the following is not a complete list, it is a general guideline to help you understand whom may be the ideal candidate for this procedure. Our goal is to recommend the best form or treatment for you based on numerous factors. Here are some factors we evaluate to find the best treatment for your specific and special condition:

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Three key points about nutrition and cellular healing

 

Keeping Joint Nutrition is as Simple as One, Two, Three:

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