Permanently Improve Blood Pressure With Our Fast-Acting Product
In a nutshell, here is how Amino Alliance affects blood pressure: to begin with, blood pressure determines the intensity of contraction the heart is putting out (systolic) and drops down (diastolic) to in between beats. When the heart muscles relax the four chambers expand, sucking in the blood through the veins.
When the heart muscles contract the chambers decrease in volume, followed by relaxing phase that sucks in oxygen rich blood from your lungs in to the heart chambers from which it’s squeezed, or pumped, outward through the arteries in to the capillary system that runs throughout your body. That’s where we come in, with a blood pressure supplement that increases the amount of blood flowing to the heart for the heart to extract oxygen from.
Try Amino Alliance as a blood pressure supplement to reduce the chance of a heart attack and improve blood circulation!
3 Key Benefits:
- Improved Blood Flow
- Improved Heart & Vascular Function
- Improved Amount of L-arginine, L-glutamine, and L-Lysine.
Improve Blood Flow to the Heart
If you want to improve your heart health you need to improve the flexibility of your vascular system. Amino Alliance was designed to support both, by relaxing the endothelium cells within the vascular walls. Scientific evidence supports L-arginine supplementation to be effective in converting in to nitric oxide. L-arginine L-pyroglatamate is a component of our product. And it is no surprise that our customers confirm the beneficial “side effects” they experience by simple stabilizing their vascular systems. Which in turn positively influences all other functions in our organs, bones, brain and skin tissues.
Back Ground on How Blood Circulates
During our youth, growing up to adulthood, the body produced enough nitric oxide to keep the endothelium cells relaxed and flexible. That is why most young people don’t have hypertension or other forms of circulatory problems. As the years pass most of us develop a hardening of the vascular system, making it less flexible and unable to adjust to circumstantial blood pressure changes. This makes pumping blood harder for the heart and can cause serious trauma. This is one reason why heart attacks and strokes are the number one killer in the US.
Where Blood Pressure Comes in
Blood pressure determines the intensity of contraction the heart is putting out (systolic) and drops down (diastolic) to in between beats. When the heart muscles relax the four chambers expand, sucking in the blood through the veins. When the heart muscles contract the chambers decrease in volume, followed by relaxing phase that sucks in oxygen rich blood from your lungs in to the heart chambers from which it’s squeezed, or pumped, outward through the arteries in to the capillary system that runs throughout your body.
Heart and Vascular Function
The heart and the entire vascular system should be seen as one. Not only does the heart contract in order to push blood through your body, the arteries too pulsate, pushing the blood further, assisting in the process. Especially this function is diminished as we age, making it harder for the heart to fulfill its duty.
Administering L-arginine, L-glutamine and L-Lysine
When we reverse the rigidity of the vascular system by triggering conversion of L-arginine in to nitric oxide we promote blood to flow easier and further in to the organ, bone, brain and skin tissues, replenishing the cells while slowing down the aging process. All of this is independently researched and proven.
Amino Alliance as a Supplement for Blood Pressure
Amino Alliance is not only comprised of L-arginine, therefore studies that only discuss the effects of L-arginine are inconclusive. Amino Alliance contains also L-lysine and L-Glutamine. We also use a different form of L-arginine (L-pyroglutamate). L-lysine has several important functions, one of which is the suppression of the herpes virus that lives dormant in many people. L-glutamine helps restore gut health and with some important aspects of hormone function.
Improving Blood Flow to the Kidneys
The combination of other amino acids and Palatinose (disaccharide), a slow burning, non-cariogenic carbohydrate has a strong supportive role in slow-release nitric oxide conversion and the endothelium cell relaxation process, and thus positively impacts blood pressure and kidney function. The kidneys play a large role in overall blood pressure. It’s a densely vasodilated organ whose main purpose is to filter out toxins and extra water from the blood stream.
When blood passes through (at about one pint per minute) the glomerulus (microscopic filters) that carry off bacteria, dead cells, toxins, it balances minerals, salts and water levels, before it reenters the blood stream through the renal vein. Without this balancing process, nerves, muscles, and other tissues in your body will not work optimally. Kidneys also play an important role in regulating hormone function.
From customer feedback we learned that those with diminished kidney function found Amino Alliance to support normalization of overall function by increasing blood flow in and out of the organ.
They report increased urine flow immediately after first taking the product. It sometimes takes a week for this to settle down to normal frequency, depending of levels of stored toxicity. This has a strong positive effect on the overall health and well being of the consumer.
Improving Blood Flow to the Liver
L-Arginine possesses several unique and advantageous biochemical and pharmacologic properties. L-arginine supplementation administered in an acute liver injury model reduces both the extent of the liver injury and bacterial translocation. The role of nitric oxide on the effects on acute liver injury, bacterial translocation, ileal and cecal mucosal nucleotides, and RNA and DNA, show clear benefits. Bilirubin and liver enzymes increased significantly after oral administration of L-arginine. It is widely known that nitric oxide plays an important role during recovery from acute liver injury. Furthermore, L-arginine/L-glutamine supplementation, (both present in Amino Alliance), improved mucosal nucleotides and colon function.
In order to get a better understanding what L-arginine, L-Lysine and L-glutamine does we urge you to explore the following links:
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