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  1. Pure Muscle X Review - Push Beyond Your Limits, Be Extremely ProRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | LivePressWorld

    ... stamina for longer-lasting performance Essential Ingredients 1. Essential amino acids 2. Nitric Oxide 3. L Arginine 4. Glutamine For supplemental facts, all details can be found in its official website, also more of the product's relevant facts and ...

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  2. TestoRush RX Review - Works Effectively For Boosting TestosteronesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | LivePressWorld

    ... focus * Anti-aging advantage Natural Ingredients of TestoRush RX Huang Qi (root) (astragalus membranaceus), L-Arginine base, Rou Gui (bark) (cinnamon cassia), Wu Wei Zi (fruit) (schizandra chinensis), Sheng Jiang (ginger root), Lentinula Edodes ...

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  3. Bite, suck, lick and taste your way to better sexRead the original story

    Friday Apr 24 | Xtra!

    ... - a good thing, regardless of the lips you're kissing. High in protein to aid in stamina and a good source of L-arginine, an amino acid that increases nitric oxide production, a vasodilator that relaxes blood vessels and increases blood flow. High ...

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  4. The better sex dietRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Fox News

    ... dietician at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. Plus, eating foods that are rich in the amino acid L-arginine, like chicken, salmon, soybeans, and quinoa, triggers the production of nitric oxide, which relaxes your body's blood vessels ...

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  5. Naturally occurring amino acid Arginine could improve oral healthRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | Science Blog

    Arginine, a common amino acid found naturally in foods, breaks down dental plaque, which could help millions of people avoid cavities and gum disease, researchers at the University of Michigan and Newcastle University have discovered. Alexander Rickard, assistant professor of epidemiology at the U-M School of Public Health, and colleagues, discovered that in the lab L-arginine-found in red meat, poultry, fish and dairy products, and is already used in dental products for tooth sensitivity-stopped the formation of dental plaque.

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  6. Does a Vegan Diet Lead to Cavities?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | Shape

    Sorry, vegans-carnivores are outscoring you on dental protection with every chew. Arginine, an amino acid found naturally in foods like meat and dairy, breaks down dental plaque, helping keep cavities and gum disease at bay, according to a new study in PLOS ONE .

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  7. Natural Enzyme Fights Gum Disease, Researchers FindRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | News Max

    Arginine, a common amino acid found naturally in food, fights cavities and gum disease, a study shows. The enzyme, known also as L-arginine - present in red meat, poultry, fish and dairy products - is already used in dental products for tooth sensitivity.

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  8. Amino Acid Could Prevent Tooth Decay By Wiping Out Destructive BiofilmsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | Medical Daily

    A common amino acid found naturally in red meat, poultry, fish, and certain dairy products, may help rid people's teeth of destructive biofilms that cause poor oral health, a new study finds. Published in PLOS ONE , the study found L-arginine wiped out the same disease-causing plaques found on teeth that can cause cavities and gum disease.

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  9. Naturally occurring amino acid could improve oral healthRead the original story

    Monday May 11 | Medical News Today

    Arginine, a common amino acid found naturally in foods, breaks down dental plaque, which could help millions of people avoid cavities and gum disease , researchers at the University of Michigan and Newcastle University have discovered. Alexander Rickard, assistant professor of epidemiology at the U-M School of Public Health, and colleagues, discovered that in the lab L-arginine -- found in red meat, poultry, fish and dairy products, and is already used in dental products for tooth sensitivity--stopped the formation of dental plaque.

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  10. MU research IDs enzyme tied to obesity-related hypertensionRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 9 | Home

    ... discovered that obese animals had elevated levels of an enzyme named arginase that breaks down an amino acid named arginine. As a result, the obese animals were deficient in the amino acid, which is needed to generate nitric oxide. The gas is ...

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  11. Bite, suck, lick and taste your way to better sexRead the original story

    Friday Apr 24 | Xtra!

    ... - a good thing, regardless of the lips you're kissing. High in protein to aid in stamina and a good source of L-arginine, an amino acid that increases nitric oxide production, a vasodilator that relaxes blood vessels and increases blood flow. High ...

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  12. Pycnogenol boosts endothelial function in a range of borderline conditionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 8 | Medical News Today

    ... enzyme endothelial nitric oxide synthase to more efficiently generate nitric oxide from the precursor amino acid L-arginine.

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  13. Natural substance could help people avoid cavities, gum diseaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 8 | Medical News

    Arginine, a common amino acid found naturally in foods, breaks down dental plaque, which could help millions of people avoid cavities and gum disease, researchers at the University of Michigan and Newcastle University have discovered. Alexander Rickard, assistant professor of epidemiology at the U-M School of Public Health, and colleagues, discovered that in the lab L-arginine - found in red meat, poultry, fish and dairy products, and is already used in dental products for tooth sensitivity - stopped the formation of dental plaque.

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  14. 5 Ways Improving Your Diet Leads to Better SexRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 7 | Details

    ... dietician at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center . Plus, eating foods that are rich in the amino acid L-arginine, like chicken, salmon, soybeans, and quinoa, triggers the production of nitric oxide, which relaxes your body's blood ...

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  15. Amino acid found in some foods could improve oral healthRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 7 | PhysOrg Weblog

    A naturally occurring amino acid found in some foods could help millions of people avoid cavities and gum disease, researchers have revealed. Arginine, a common amino acid, could help significantly improve oral health as it breaks down dental plaque , according to a collaborative study by experts at Newcastle University and University of Michigan, USA.

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  16. Horphag Research Ltd. Release: Study Shows Pycnogenol?? Can Help...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 5 | BioSpace

    ... present in endothelial cells, to more efficiently generate nitric oxide (NO) from the precursor amino acid L-arginine. This study further strengthens PycnogenolA 's robust portfolio of heart health benefits and provides additional support that the ...

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  17. ForeverGreen Worldwide Corporation Enhances European OperationsRead the original story

    Wednesday May 6 | PRWeb

    ... Versativa line of hemp-based whole-food products, immune support and weight management products, Pulse-8 powdered L-arginine formula, TRUessence(TM) Essential Oils and Apothecary, 24Karat Chocolate(R) and an entire catalog of meals, snacks, ...

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  18. Enzyme behind obesity-related high BP identifiedRead the original story

    Wednesday May 6 | Newkerala.com

    ... comparing genetically obese rats to lean rats, we discovered that obese animals were deficient in the amino acid arginine due to elevated activity of the enzyme arginase, which breaks down this molecule," said lead study author William Durante, ...

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  19. Enzyme responsible for obesity-related high blood pressure identifiedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 5 | PhysOrg Weblog

    ... By comparing genetically obese rats to lean rats, we discovered that obese animals were deficient in the amino acid arginine due to elevated activity of the enzyme arginase, which breaks down this molecule." Although arginase is present throughout ...

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  20. New study identifies enzyme that causes obesity-related hypertensionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 5 | Medical News

    ... By comparing genetically obese rats to lean rats, we discovered that obese animals were deficient in the amino acid arginine due to elevated activity of the enzyme arginase, which breaks down this molecule." Although arginase is present throughout ...

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