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Berkeley Nitric Oxide Test Strips

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Regular Price: $12.99

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10 Simple test at home strips for Nitric Oxide using saliva. Take Balance and Burn® and then use these test strips to measure if your Nitric Oxide Levels are at optimum levels.
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In 1998, the Nobel Prize for medicine was awarded for discovering the importance of nitric oxide in cardiovascular health and wellness. As the body ages, it begins to lose its ability to make nitric oxide on its own. Plant-based diets, such as the TLC, DASH, Mediterranean, Pritikin, and Ornish Diets, enriched with leafy greens, such as arugula, bok choy, kale, mustard greens, and spinach can replenish the body's ability to generate cardio-protective levels of nitric oxide.

Athletes have already taken advantage of these discoveries by increasing the consumption of leafy greens and beetroots -- both rich in nitrate -- to elevate Nitric Oxide levels which increases endurance and performance. A growing number of athletes are now monitoring their Nitric Oxide status and modifying their whole food diets to optimize their cardiovascular fitness. To determine whether they are eating a sufficient quantity of Nitric Oxide-potent foods such as spinach, arugula, and beets, each person's Nitric Oxide status is monitored with a simple, easy to use strip developed by Berkeley Test.

By taking Balance and Burn capsules ® with the potent red spinich extract you will be creating highley benificial Nitric Oxide in your body. By testing with these test strips you will monitor if your Nitric Oxide levels are high enough for healthy blood pressure, healthy circulation, heart health and energy.

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