Nitric Oxide Food

There is always a case that could be made to use nitric oxide supplements like Xtreme NO muscle builder. However, reducing food to a supplement pill is a mistake.

Foods contain so many known beneficial ingredients as well as many yet-to-be-discovered nutrients that simply could not be commercially produced without either damaging some nutrient or leaving it behind.

And foods taste so much better than a supplement. Below are a few choices you can include in your bodybuilding diet and a weight loss diet does help your body naturally produce its own nitric oxide.

Coco in pure raw dark chocolate seems to have a healing effect on the endothelium which is the inner lining of your blood vessels and helps them signal the smooth muscles of your blood vessels to relax.

Would a ten percent coco milk chocolate with the rest made of fat and processed sugar help? You already know the answer is no.

Watermelon is another winner in the nitric oxide world for those who are not allergic to it.

Watermelon contains a non-essential amino acid citrulline that your body uses to make nitric oxide. Gas chromatography-mass spectrometry shows that the flesh of red watermelons has more citrulline than the yellow or orange variety. The rind contained the most citrulline.1