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  1. Rob
    Rob September 17, 2009 at 3:20 pm | | Reply

    Never heard of these supplements before now. To say the least, I am highly intrigued. Does anyone have any experiences with said supplements? I did a quick search and they are a little pricey, but not terrible as far as supplements go. I saw a couple online deals for the above mentioned product that were reasonable. I’d love to know more from anyone that has used something like this. It sounds too good to be true!

  2. Neil
    Neil September 17, 2009 at 7:29 pm | | Reply

    Physical exercise generates nitric oxide and I am well aware that the body produced nitric oxide does repair damaged neuron. Not only in the feet, legs and hand, but exercise also helps restore neurons in the brain.
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  3. Bram
    Bram September 21, 2009 at 11:46 am | | Reply

    Great Post! I have been wondering about this for awhile now, as a type 1 diabetic and weight lifting enthusiast, I wondered if taking these supplements were OK. Mostly everything I have ever tried says do not take if you have diabetes, but that is just a CYA (cover your a..).

    I always thought NO (nitric oxide) made sense to dialate the viens and increase blood flow to the muscles. As a work out supplement it worked great and got great “pumps”. Then I was thinking, the biggest problem for diabetics was circulation, so why wouldnt this product work for diabetes? I used to take NO Explode (pre-workout powder), but too much caffeine, all the “pre-workout” have tons of caffeine, however, Ragnarock(nutraplanet.com – they have caffeine free – best one). Also, there are just plain pills from GNC’s Mega Men vitamins that offer NO as well, probably better than “pre-workout” drinks. I have also used Nitrix and worked well, but pricey.

    This has really intrigued me, so I will try to put together a post on http://www.irunoninsulin.com to discuss further.

  4. 12evanrey12
    12evanrey12 June 1, 2010 at 1:12 am | | Reply

    A wonderful day to all…when i read your article i notice that there’s another benefit’s that we can get on nitric oxide instead of helping preventing diabetes,but also serve as a supplement that can erect your weapon…WOW…this is interesting…thanks a lot…

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