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How to Increase Nitric Oxide Naturally: The Science of N02- Thomas DeLauer
Overview and Benefits:
Nitric oxide is a key signaling molecule throughout the body that is produced by the endothelial cells lining the arteries – it penetrates the underlying smooth muscles and acts as a potent vasodilator that relaxes the arteries. It also keeps the endothelium in shape by curbing inflammation and oxidative stress – it is made by macrophages, which are a type of white blood cell in our immune system. The NO kills bacteria and inhibits the replication of viruses. Boosting nitric oxide is extraordinarily good at preventing cardiovascular disease, as it relaxes arterial walls, dilates the vessels, and improves the flow of blood. NO improves brain functioning and reduces cognitive decline, due to the fact that it greatly enhances blood flow to the brain and functions as a secondary neurotransmitter between nerve cells. Boosting nitric oxide levels can greatly improve the effectiveness of your workouts, due to the fact that your muscles will receive more oxygen and nutrients when your veins are dilated and circulation is enhanced. For the same reason, NO also shortens recovery time (1)
Nitric Oxide and Less Oxygen:
Nitric oxide is thought to modulate respiration due to in vitro studies suggesting it is a reversible inhibitor of cytochrome c oxidase.
– Cytochrome blocks the respiratory chain
– Nitric Oxide inhibits/reverses the cytochromes
– If respiratory chain is blocked, then nutrients aren’t getting through
– Therefore oxygen and other nutrients are able to get through

Consuming foods high in nitrate (which converts to nitric oxide) have been shown to lessen the amount of oxygen needed during exercise enabling individuals to exercise longer. (2)

2 Best Ways Increase Nitric Oxide Naturally:
Foods like Beets and Citrus- Beetroot is loaded with nitrates. There are plenty of studies that confirm this food as a vasodilator, which lowers blood pressure. Also, beets are an excellent source of antioxidants and contain betalains, which are anti-inflammatory. Oranges, lemons, and grapefruit contain high amounts of vitamin C, which has been shown to protect your precious nitric oxide molecules from free radical damage. Vitamin C from any source raises levels of nitric oxide synthase, the enzyme that converts L-arginine into nitric oxide. Vitamin C is also a co-factor in reducing dietary nitrite to nitric oxide. Watermelon is loaded with the amino acid, L-citrulline, which gets converted into L-arginine and ultimately nitric oxide. So many people reach for L-arginine supplements, but the body does not absorb it well. L-citrulline is easy absorbed. (5)

References:
1) Nitric Oxide: 20 Ways to Boost NO Levels Naturally | Anabolic Men. (n.d.). Retrieved from

2) Reversible inhibition of cytochrome c oxidase, the terminal enzyme of the mitochondrial respiratory chain, by nitric oxide. Implications for neurod… – PubMed – NCBI. (n.d.). Retrieved from

3) Pardon Our Interruption. (n.d.). Retrieved from

4) Boosting Nitric Oxide with Exercise. (n.d.). Retrieved from

5)10 Foods to Boost Nitric Oxide.

6) Regular aerobic exercise prevents and restores age-related declines in endothelium-dependent vasodilation in healthy men. – PubMed – NCBI. (n.d.). Retrieved from

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How to Increase Nitric Oxide Naturally: The Science of N02- Thomas DeLauer
Overview and Benefits:
Nitric oxide is a key signaling molecule throughout the body that is produced by the endothelial cells lining the arteries - it penetrates the underlying smooth muscles and acts as a potent vasodilator that relaxes the arteries. It also keeps the endothelium in shape by curbing inflammation and oxidative stress – it is made by macrophages, which are a type of white blood cell in our immune system. The NO kills bacteria and inhibits the replication of viruses. Boosting nitric oxide is extraordinarily good at preventing cardiovascular disease, as it relaxes arterial walls, dilates the vessels, and improves the flow of blood. NO improves brain functioning and reduces cognitive decline, due to the fact that it greatly enhances blood flow to the brain and functions as a secondary neurotransmitter between nerve cells. Boosting nitric oxide levels can greatly improve the effectiveness of your workouts, due to the fact that your muscles will receive more oxygen and nutrients when your veins are dilated and circulation is enhanced. For the same reason, NO also shortens recovery time (1)
Nitric Oxide and Less Oxygen:
Nitric oxide is thought to modulate respiration due to in vitro studies suggesting it is a reversible inhibitor of cytochrome c oxidase.
- Cytochrome blocks the respiratory chain
- Nitric Oxide inhibits/reverses the cytochromes
- If respiratory chain is blocked, then nutrients aren’t getting through
- Therefore oxygen and other nutrients are able to get through
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8194600

Consuming foods high in nitrate (which converts to nitric oxide) have been shown to lessen the amount of oxygen needed during exercise enabling individuals to exercise longer. (2)

2 Best Ways Increase Nitric Oxide Naturally:
Foods like Beets and Citrus- Beetroot is loaded with nitrates. There are plenty of studies that confirm this food as a vasodilator, which lowers blood pressure. Also, beets are an excellent source of antioxidants and contain betalains, which are anti-inflammatory. Oranges, lemons, and grapefruit contain high amounts of vitamin C, which has been shown to protect your precious nitric oxide molecules from free radical damage. Vitamin C from any source raises levels of nitric oxide synthase, the enzyme that converts L-arginine into nitric oxide. Vitamin C is also a co-factor in reducing dietary nitrite to nitric oxide. Watermelon is loaded with the amino acid, L-citrulline, which gets converted into L-arginine and ultimately nitric oxide. So many people reach for L-arginine supplements, but the body does not absorb it well. L-citrulline is easy absorbed. (5)

References:
1) Nitric Oxide: 20 Ways to Boost NO Levels Naturally | Anabolic Men. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.anabolicmen.com/boost-nitric-oxide-naturally/

2) Reversible inhibition of cytochrome c oxidase, the terminal enzyme of the mitochondrial respiratory chain, by nitric oxide. Implications for neurod... - PubMed - NCBI. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8194600

3) Pardon Our Interruption. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/08/090806141520.htm

4) Boosting Nitric Oxide with Exercise. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://livelongstayyoung.com/boosting-nitric-oxide-with-exercise/

5)10 Foods to Boost Nitric Oxide. https://www.thedrswolfson.com/10-foods-nitric-oxide/

6) Regular aerobic exercise prevents and restores age-related declines in endothelium-dependent vasodilation in healthy men. - PubMed - NCBI. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10993851

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How To Increase Nitric Oxide Naturally: The Science Of N02- Thomas DeLauer
How To Increase Nitric Oxide Naturally: The Science Of N02- Thomas DeLauer
How To Increase Nitric Oxide Naturally: The Science Of N02- Thomas DeLauer

How To Increase Nitric Oxide Naturally: The Science Of N02- Thomas DeLauer

How To Increase Nitric Oxide Naturally: The Science Of N02- Thomas DeLauer

36 thoughts on “How to Increase Nitric Oxide Naturally: The Science of N02- Thomas DeLauer

    1. Jean-Sebastien Theriault yes, beets have a fair amount of sugar, 1/2 is 8 grams of sugar! I love them though. Maybe on those days eat less other sources of carbs

    2. gee i’m sure glad thomas replied to you
      he learns so much from us, he even says so at the end of the video
      lmao the guy is as sincere as a salesman, which effectively he is

    3. Yes, he’s a salesman. I wish he would ditch all these videos and just tell us where he gets his steroids.

  1. Thank you as always!! Could you possibly touch on Tom Brady’s regimen? I read he avoids night shades,dairy,etc.. it seems legit,but don’t know enough about it. Gorgeous Miss.DeLauer,btw😍🤔😘

  2. QUESTION – If you eat less carbohydrates than the recommended amount to stay in ketosis, does that free some room up to ingest more protein? (Because excess protein would be converted to carbs of some sort) – Or would this be mitigated by the stress excess proteins put on your kidneys?

    1. Olin’s Reflection To a degree it depends on your needs as said above… but the type of protein and what you eat it with is extremely important when it comes to staying in ketosis.
      As with so many foods, the more you process it the worse it gets, and in this case it couldn’t be more true. For example eating 6 chicken legs with skin and with some broccoli cooked in grass fed butter “might” not kick you out of ketosis (depending on how your body currently processes foods, Protein and how keto adapted you are) but chugging down a protein shake will instantly kick you out! Protein that pure will spike your insulin and that means instant kick out time for anyone.
      The thing is, if you make it to ketosis (verified with a blood meter), and your on a “well formulated” ketogenic diet… and your past the first full week, you won’t need more protein. Ketosis is a protein sparing state by nature.

    2. Thanks you guys! Also Pete – I’ve actually noticed exactly what you said happening to me. At first I felt like I was hungry for quite a bit of protein, but after a while I feel like my body doesn’t crave more than what it needs (much less after about a week)

    3. BandB1111111 he has some good science based studies on diet and nutrition including animal protein in connection with kidney function 😊

    4. Not necessarily. Number of carbs do not determine the number of “allowable” grams of protein, as it is about what your body tolerates. There are no static numbers for how a body gets into ketosis, you might have to play with the macros a bit to determine your own.

  3. Hi ! I remember also reading that nose breathing is a great way to get that Nitric Oxide boost over mouth breathing ~ thoughts? I always drink blended beet greens & stems ~ loads of potassium, too !

  4. Hi Thomas. So what can you tell us about supplementing with NO2 (as in powder form)? Is there any need to supplement with exogenous NO2, and how is it manufactured? I’m much more into plant-based and whole food “supplementation,” but I have a TON of bodybuilder friends who think they need NO2 in their preworkouts. Would greatly appreciate your feedback on this, please. 🙂

    1. Sodium nitrite will increase it but make sure to start real low like 10mg a day because it lowers blood pressure hard core. Arginine does not raise NO.

  5. Nitric Oxide also is released when tissue is exposed to polarized near infrared light . Bioptron. It’s pretty excellent.

  6. Chewing beets and greens have a greater nitrate conversation than juice . Also arugala collard greens and beet greens have more nitrates than beet roots

    1. I was wondering about that as he said it Joseph. Seemed to me the juice would pass through almost immediately past the “mix with saliva” part of the equation and short circuit the needed reactions.

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