Nitric Oxide for Health and Beauty

Your skin is the body’s largest “organ”.  Blood flow is vital to achieving healthier skin and increased blood circulation helps you look and feel better.  Nitric Oxide has shown in over 60,000 studies to regulate blood pressure, enhance blood flow, increase oxygen, and nutrient uptake.

TruBeauty’s Nitric Oxide Rejuvenation supports the production of (NO) as a bioidentical (NO) therapy, which means it is specifically formulated to support the body’s ability to absorb essential nutrients for a targeted purpose.

(NO) precursors are necessary to facilitate maximum absorption of nutrients, and therefore, “Rejuvenation” is engineered to deliver restorative (NO) precursor amino acids such as L-arginine and L-citrulline.

L’Arginine is an amino acid that improves nutrient flow to organs, including your skin. L-Arginine plays a role in repairing damage caused to the skin by environmental factors or aging and restores a more youthful look to the skin.

L-Arginine also improves the flow of blood to the scalp and the base of hair follicles, promoting growth of thicker, healthier hair.

Most beauty products are primarily designed to enhance skin at the surface.  They do not address the building blocks within the body that keeps us looking healthier and feeling more vibrant.

TruBeauty utilizes the functions of the nitric oxide pathway as a “delivery” system for the micronutrients of amino acids, herbs and vitamins to facilitate support for overall well-being.  Let’s look at several key ingredients in this dietary supplement and their purpose;

CINNAMON has antiseptic and antimicrobial properties and rids the body of toxins, breakouts, and boosts the immune system. Cinnamon also nourishes the scalp and stimulates hair growth. It stimulates blood vessels and increases collagen production.

Choline also has antioxidant properties that preserve the skin’s elasticity and prevent free radical damage to your skin cells. It can reduce brittleness in hair and nails.

N-ACETYL-L-CYSTEINE (NAC) is a precursor of L-cysteine, an amino acid that forms keratin. Keratin is a major component of skin, hair, and nails. NAC promotes faster hair growth and reduces hair loss. It has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties that rid the body of harmful free radicals and peroxides and improve cell health in the liver and skin, which enhance the appearance of your skin, hair, nails, and eyes.

VITAMIN C (Ascorbic Acid) is essential for collagen production. It is important for hair growth and maintaining hair strength. Vitamin C also protects our nails and strengthens our skin, connective tissue, bones, and blood vessel walls.

VITAMIN E (Natural d-Alpha-Tocopheryl Acetate) is an antioxidant that protects the cell and prevents the destruction of collagen.

VITAMIN B1 (Thiamine HCl) is needed by several enzymes in our body that break down the carbohydrates, proteins, and fats from the food we eat into energy and is necessary for normal cell growth and function. It supports healthy hair, skin, and nails.

VITAMIN B2 (Riboflavin) is also needed by several enzymes in our body that break down the carbohydrates, proteins, and fats from the food we eat into energy and is necessary for normal cell growth and function. B2 also supports healthy hair, and skin.

VITAMIN B5 (D-Calcium Pantothenate) is needed by several enzymes in our body that break down the carbohydrates, proteins, and fats from the food we eat into energy. A deficiency of pantothenic acid, a form of vitamin B5, has been shown to cause hair loss and skin irritation.

VITAMIN B6 (Pyridoxine HCl) is needed by several enzymes in our body that break down thecarbohydrates, proteins, and fats from the food we eat into energy. It activates the metabolism of proteins that are needed for hair growth and renewal.

VITAMIN B12 (as Methylcobalamin) is an essential vitamin and plays a role in many of the body’s processes, including promoting healthy hair, skin, and nails. Vitamin B12 also supports healthy bone density. A deficiency in vitamin B12 has been linked to an increased risk of osteoporosis and can cause dermatologic changes, such as hyperpigmentation, nail discoloration, and hair changes.

FOLATE (Folic Acid, Vitamin B9) promotes healthy cell growth and keeps red blood cells healthy. It seems to stimulate the growth of new hair by supporting the cells of the scalp and hair follicles.

BIOTIN (Vitamin B7) is needed by several enzymes in our body that break down the carbohydrates, proteins, and fats from the food we eat into energy and is necessary for normal cell growth and function. Biotin may help strengthen nails that are prone to splitting and cracking. Biotin may help the structure of keratin, a key protein in hair, skin, and nails.

MANGANESE (as Gluconate) is a mineral that plays a critical role in activating many important enzymes in the body. One of these enzymes produces the amino acid proline, which is an essential component for collagen.

ZINC (as Gluconate Dihydrate) is required for numerous reactions in the body. It is especially critical in rapidly dividing cells like the cells that produce skin, hair, and nails. It also protects the skin from infection and controls inflammation.

The synergistic combination of Rejuvenation’s ingredients has an accumulative effect over time. *These micronutrients help to “feed” your cells, which is a necessary and important component to support your body’s overall wellbeing. Micronutrients are vitamins that are vital for healthy cells.  For further information, the following studies with several direct links are provided for your perusal.

 

NITRIC OXIDE AND SKIN RENEWAL

Bruch-Gerharz D, Ruzicka T, Kolb-Bachofen V.

Nitric oxide in human skin: current status and

prospects. J Invest Dermatol 1998;110(1):1-7.

https://www.jidonline.org/article/S0022-202X(15)37356-5/fulltext 

 

Cals-Grierson MM, Ormerod AD. Nitric oxide

function in the skin. Nitric Oxide

2004;10(4):179-193.

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1089860304000734?via%3Dihub 

 

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nitric oxide on skin and digital blood flow in

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NITRIC OXIDE AND ANTI-AGING

Ghimire K, Altmann HM, Straub AC, Isenberg JS.

Nitric oxide: what’s new to NO? Am J Physiol

Cell Physiol 2017;312(3):C254-C262.

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Kaminski HJ, Andrade FH. Nitric oxide: biologic

effects on muscle and role in muscle diseases.

Neuromuscul Disord 2001;11(6-7):517-524.

 

Lourenco CF, Ledo A, Barbosa RM, Laranjinha J.

Neurovascular-neuroenergetic coupling axis in

the brain: master regulation by nitric oxide and

consequences in aging and neurodegeneration.

Free Radic Biol Med 2017; 108:668-682.

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0891584917302290?via%3Dihub 

 

Sverdlov AL, Ngo DT, Chan WP, Chirkov YY,

Horowitz JD. Aging of the nitric oxide system:

are we as old as our NO? J Am Hear Assoc

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receptor/nitric oxide signaling pathway in the

brain with aging. Micosc Res Tech

1998;43(1):68-74.

 

 Dr. Sayaka Eguchi, PhD. John Hopkins Medical University and
Priscilla Alden, Founder www.ultimatebeautyhealth.com