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  • South Plainfield, NJ

Bionox has launched Bionox M3 Original and M3 with Vitamin K2, supplements formulated to increase and sustain nitric oxide production in the body for better cardiovascular health, the company says. M3 contains beetroot powder and watermelon extract–containing natural nitrates and L-citrulline–as well as hawthorne berry, horse chestnut, amla, and green coffee bean. Sweetened with xylitol, stevia, monk fruit, and natural flavors from raspberry juice, M3 is vegetarian, gluten-free, soy-free, made in the USA, and non-GMO. 

 

  • East Brunswick, NJ
Bionox appears in the latest edition of Natural Practitioner Magazine. 
  • Greenville, SC
Athletes across all levels and disciplines often seek natural ways to improve performance, endurance, and recovery time. A 2020 meta-analysis conducted on 18 studies of arginine supplementation found that this amino acid can improve performance in anaerobic, aerobic, and high intensity activities.1 Further studies have shown that arginine supplementation can also support faster recovery, an important consideration for athletes.2 Arginine is an amino acid produced naturally by the body that can also be supplemented for various functions, including athletic performance. Bionox has been working with arginine and similar molecules to motivate wellness in athletes and fitness enthusiasts since 2005.
  • East Brunswick, NJ
According to the ADA (American Diabetes Association), healthy blood sugar should be in the range of 80 to 130 mg/dL., before a meal and less than 180 mg/dL., two hours after the start of a meal. Individuals with diabetes must check their blood sugar several times throughout the day: upon waking, before consuming any food or beverages, before a meal, two hours after a meal, and at bedtime. Some individuals may need to check their levels more often, depending on their doctor’s advice.
  • East Brunswick, NJ
Diabetes is Optional, is the name of a best-selling book by medical expert Jacob Teitelbaum, MD. The crux? Developing type 2 diabetes is indeed set in motion by dietary choices. Even after blood sugar numbers begin to creep up, choices can still be made to halt that process and even set it in reverse.
  • New York, NY

Nitric Oxide (NO) has been the topic of over 140,000 research articles.  The pinnacle of accomplishment in this field was the Nobel Prize in Medicine given to three American scientists for their work in discovering the nitric oxide pathway.  Since then, pharmaceutical and nutraceutical companies have been scrambling to create new products that harness the powers of this simple yet profound molecule.   

NO has been proven to improve many aspects of human health, including cardiovascular function, pain and inflammation, brain, vision, sexual health, athletic performance, healthful aging, and sleep.

  • East Brunswick, NJ

Now more than ever, patients are in search of ways to keep their immune systems as fit as possible. The word “fit” was utilized for a reason—immune support can be cared for in multiple ways, one of which includes physical activity. Many would agree that “moderate” exercise is ideal when it comes to immunity, but the question is, can too much exercise produce counteractive effects?

In an article published in Exercise Immunology Review, physiologists from the University of Bath’s Department for Health in England concluded that infections are more likely to be connected to diet, psychological stress, not getting enough sleep, travel and pathogen exposure at social gatherings, such as marathons, rather than from the actual act of exercising.

 

  • New York, NY

There’s an old aphorism attributed to baseball great Yogi Berra: “When you come to a fork in the road, take it.”

The New York Yankees legend said it while giving directions to his old friend, Joe Garagiola. He certainly was not talking about nutrition to improve nitric oxide production.

But thanks to the development of two innovative supplement formulations, Berra’s statement could easily apply there too.

  • Greenville, SC
According to the CDC approximately 34.2 million adults had diabetes and 88 million adults had prediabetes in 2018 in the United States alone. 1 Diabetes is a serious chronic disease that causes many unwanted symptoms such as weight gain, liver, kidney, pancreas and digestive issues, cardiovascular disease, brain fog, memory loss, numbness and more. 
  • Greenville, SC
According to the CDC approximately 34.2 million adults had diabetes and 88 million adults had prediabetes in 2018 in the United States alone. 1 Diabetes is a serious chronic disease that causes many unwanted symptoms such as weight gain, liver, kidney, pancreas and digestive issues, cardiovascular disease, brain fog, memory loss, numbness and more. The challenges of maintaining healthy blood sugar equilibrium can be especially challenging during the holidays and winter. “People who have diabetes are not producing enough nitric oxide,” states Dr. Jay Wilkins, founder of Bionox. Supporting the body’s nitric oxide production, Bionox provides SB3 Ultimate Sugar Balance Support to stabilize blood sugar and M3 Ultimate Nitric Oxide Nutrition to support waning nitric oxide levels to realize optimum health.
  • Greenville, SC
According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, people with weakened immune systems are at a higher risk of getting severely sick from COVID. Strengthening the immune system, as during the common cold and flu season, is a high concern for people of all ages, and especially people with immunocompromised conditions. Finding solutions to improve the immune function includes integrating healthy lifestyle choices that build and maintain a healthy immune system. An all-natural supplement for motivating wellness, Bionox provides nitric oxide nutrition to help support the body’s defense against pathogens and infectious diseases and to keep the immune system balanced.
  • Greenville, SC
In 2019 there were 72.1 million baby boomers, making up about 21% of the United States population. It is estimated that almost 25 million of these baby boomers will be experiencing a chronic disease in 2020. In one study, only 13.2% of baby boomers surveyed reported being in excellent health, 38.7% of those surveyed were obese, only 35% exercised more than 12 times in a month, 43% had hypertension, 73.5% had hypercholesterolemia, and 15.5% had diabetes. 

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