Tips To Improve Your Cardiovascular system!

Discussion in 'Health & Fitness' started by ted93704, Feb 21, 2016.

  1. ted93704

    ted93704 Keep Your Heads Up!

    1) Walk and run daily. This not only improves your circulation but also your T levels.

    2) Eat more watermelon and more yellow watermelon. Both have citruline. Check out this video guys!
  2. lylemcd

    lylemcd Member

    citruline? you want to increase NO production, eh? (which is what citruline does) then eat foods high in nitrates, IE, spinach/arugula/beets and read this article GUYS!! 8)
    2 walking/running may not increase T for you, it depends on a lot of factors BUT walking is not going to be bad for you, running, yeah, don't run....

    3 make sure you have enough water.. someone who is in great shape and walks/runs, yet is dehyrated will have higher heart rate than someone who has had enough water

    4 want to help your heart?
    get 5+ grams of vit C over the course of a day
    (vit C is needed to make collagen, which is needed to repair arteries that get worn from blood flowing in them all day)
    without collagen, your body will use LpA
  3. ted93704

    ted93704 Keep Your Heads Up!

    yeah, water is definetely important
    I also read that caffeine is really good
    for erections fires up your nervous
  4. lylemcd

    lylemcd Member

    water is key
    caffeine increases SNS output(add in ephedrine 1:10 caffenie(eca stack ) and you'll feel awesome
    (no erections as increased SNS prevents that..

    the key people arent understanding about heart and heart disease is vit C

    take some vit C(5+grams) and have some in your body at all times
    vit C is water soluable., so it leaves the body and it cannot hurt you

    ie pauling therapy

    Linus Pauling claimed that specific non-toxic substances called Lp(a) binding inhibitors taken orally will prevent and may even dissolve existing atherosclerotic plaque build-ups.

    This work is based on at least 2 Nobel Prizes in Medicine and the efforts of countless medical researchers. The theory and conclusions offered represent the final contribution of an American scientific giant.

    The fact that you have not heard about this discovery in the mainstream media is disturbing. It speaks volumes about how powerful interests can somehow suppress vital information that would be detrimental to their financial interests.

    In 1989, the eminent American scientist Linus Pauling and his associate Matthias Rath MD, unlocked a medical mystery

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