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L’Arginine Infusion Now Includes AstraGin and CoQ10

Monday, April 28, 2014 11:10:02 AM America/Chicago

Studies have shown that l-arginine enhances health in many ways. As such, Sante Global manufactures Arginine Infusion, a supplement for l’arginine for customers with a variety of needs.   Notably, we are pleased to announce our supplement now contains AstraGin and CoQ10, which makes it a more complete and more easily absorbed supplement.

 

AstraGIn is 100% natural and enhances the absorption of supplements in general, and amino acids in particular up to 66%. It also helps to repair compromised or damaged intestinal lining, thus aiding in your digestion as well. Astra Gin is composed of highly purified Panax Notoginseng, which is a form of adaptogenic, and astragalus, an herb that has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for thousands of years. Astragalus has been shown to enhance the immune system, to be good for heart health, and more recently it has been used as a basis for anti-cancer treatments. Astragalus has been used as an anti-aging supplement and also helps with fatigue. AstraGin is formulated using a pharmaceutical grade extraction and processing technology available only at NuLive Science, patent pending.

 

CoQ10 has been shown to aid in heart health, helps to keep your gums healthy, and assists with Type 2 Diabetes. CoQ10 is found in every cell of your body and helps to repair cells and keep them healthy. It is a powerful antioxidant, and aids in good digestion as well. It can be found in such foods as organ meats (kidney, heart, and liver), soybean oil, mackerel, beef, and peanuts. However, its most concentrated form is in a supplement.

 

L-arginine with AstraGin and CoQ10 can provide you with a wealth of benefits, and assist in the amino acid’s absorption. That means it is more efficiently used in the body, and its benefits are more potent.

 

To learn more about our products, or to purchase one for your needs, please click here. If you have any general or specific questions, please be sure to contact us today.

 

 

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L-arginine: Good for Cholesterol

Friday, April 25, 2014 9:09:59 AM America/Chicago

L-arginine, an amino acid that is produced in the body as well as found in foods such as dairy, nuts, soybeans, seafood, chocolate, pork and poultry, has been shown to be helpful in controlling heart disease, assisting the immune system, and aiding in controlling cholesterol with higher doses than the body can produce. This makes it invaluable to many people who deal with these issues.

 

Also thought to be good for healing wounds more quickly, l-arginine has been shown to lower LDL levels(bad cholesterol) and your overall cholesterol levels. There is also some evidence that l-arginine may be useful in increasing good cholesterol, or HDL levels.

 

Having high cholesterol increases plaque in the arteries which can lead to atherosclerosis, and that puts you at higher risk for heart disease, heart attack, and stroke. Genetics can be a factor in high cholesterol levels, but so can being inactive, having diabetes, obesity, and consuming foods high in saturated fats and cholesterol.

 

So controlling your cholesterol  levels is essential for good health. The fact that l-arginine can help control your cholesterol levels, makes it an essential supplement for wellness. The recommended dosage of l-arginine is between 3 and 6 grams a day. Check with your doctor before taking any over-the-counter supplements, as there are some contraindications to l-arginine.

 

L-arginine has helped many people with controlling their cholesterol. And if you suffer from high cholesterol levels - particularly if your LDL levels are high - l-arginine can help you. Don’t think that just cutting down on saturated fats and walking every day will fix high cholesterol. If you are genetically predisposed to having high cholesterol, a supplement may be necessary to bring your levels down. Do your research and talk to your doctor. The more information you have, the healthier you can be.

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What Causes Asthma and How Can You Treat It

Friday, January 17, 2014 11:29:38 AM America/Chicago

Asthma is a chronic disease that can restrict the lung’s airflow, making it difficult to breath.  Asthmatics often have “triggers’’ which cause the inside of their airways to inflame, making it difficult to catch their breath and breathe.  Moreover, it increases the risk of a possible allergic reaction.

 

For the majority of asthmatics, their triggers are one or more of the following:

 

- Allergies .  Examples of allergies are dog hair, cat hair, cut grass, ragweed etc.


- Exercise. Running around, regardless of the shape they are in, can quickly become hazardous.


- Smoke, specifically cigarette or cigar smoke.  Asthma can be triggered even if they aren’t the ones smoking; simply sitting near a smoker can trigger it.


- Other illnesses.  Whether it’s a common cold, a sinus infection or a different ailment, a separate infliction can ignite asthma symptoms.


-  Environmental factors (i.e. ragweed or pollen season).


- Other mitigating factors, such as genetics.

 

Unfortunately, there is not a way to permanently cure asthma.  However, asthma can be treated and managed to ensure asthmatics are able to live a quality life.  Most asthmatics will take a puff out of a preventative inhaler each day in order to “stay ahead” of a potential asthma attack.  In addition, they may take a pill, or another form of medicine to manage and control their asthma.

 

Perhaps just as, if not more important, it is critical for asthmatics to do what they can to avoid their triggers.  Sometimes there is nothing one can do to avoid them; in those instances,  it is vital to have a “rescue inhaler” on hand.  Hopefully, the preventative approach will help an asthmatic avoid an attack, but if they do suffer an attack, it’s important they have their rescue inhaler.  The rescue inhaler is separate from their preventative one, as it provides instant steroidal relief and can help asthmatics avoid a trip to the emergency room.

 

Ultimately, it’s important for asthmatics to meet with their doctor and outline a treatment and prevention plan with them.  Also, it could be prudent to try a natural supplement, such as  L-Arginine.   L-Arginine assists asthmatics by opening up their pulmonary pathways, allowing them to breathe easier and more efficiently.  To learn more about how it can help asthmatics, please contact Sante Global today.

 

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5 Healthy Steps to Slowing Down the Aging Process

Wednesday, October 9, 2013 1:15:35 PM America/Chicago

5 Healthy Steps to Slowing Down the Aging Process

Though aging has plenty to do with your state of mind, and how you feel about it; there are still plenty of ways to slow down the actual physical aging process.

Of course, taking care of yourself, eating a healthy and moderate diet, and regular exercise, are key factors to aging in a healthy way; but there are other ways to keep your healthy vibrant energy flowing well into your golden years.

Vitamin D

Many doctors call vitamin D, the ultimate anti-ager. Vitamin D strengthens almost every part of the body, and even nourishes the mind, improving memory. Making certain that you get your daily requirement of vitamin D, has also been proven to fight off cancer. 1000 milligrams is the suggested daily requirement, or 1200 milligrams’ if you’re over age 60.

Fresh Air

Never underestimate the healing powers of fresh air and sunshine. Sunlight produces serotonin, a chemical the body produces, that naturally boosts your mood. It’s healthy to spend as much time in the sun and fresh air, as possible. Sometimes just getting out of the house, can make you feel better.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C is another supplement that should be added to your daily regimen. Vitamin C assists your body in making collagen, which keeps your skin young and elastic. Foods rich in vitamin C, such as strawberries, are great for collagen production. You can make a daily practice of eating them for breakfast, plus other foods, that are rich in vitamin C.

Lessen Stress

Reducing the stress in your life can keep you young and healthy. There are many ways to relieve stress and bring some calm into your world. Meditation is a great practice for tapping into that calm space within. Walking is also a fun way to relieve stress. Take a daily walk out in nature, or a nearby park.

HGH

HGH is a natural hormone the body produces that regulates growth, slows down the aging process, and can produce results, such as younger looking skin, a better sex drive, a boost in your mood, and more  physical energy. According to WebMD, HGH also works in conjunction with collagen, to produce even better anti-aging results. HGH can come in the form of injections or supplements.  Be sure to consult your doctor before adding any supplements to your daily routine.

The anti-aging process is a daily process of being mindful of how you treat yourself. Eat well, find ways of handling the stress of everyday life, and take supplements to improve your health and vitality.

Sante Global carries many supplements that slow down the aging process, increases vitality, and prevents many ailments that can come with age. Our products naturally increase the production of HGH in the body, which combined with a healthy lifestyle, can add many more healthy years to your life.

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The Importance of Healthy Blood Pressure [INFOGRAPHIC]

Friday, October 4, 2013 3:36:18 PM America/Chicago

At great length, we've covered the array of health benefits provided by L-Arginine. However, it's good to thoroughly understand why keeping it in check is important. When your subconscious mind understands what is necessary for a happy and healthy life, it's easier to make the ID and the EGO agree.

What is Blood Pressure?

When you visit the doctor, you'll often hear your blood pressure number, and whether that's good or bad, but you don't really learn about the boundaries and limits of it all. The biggest question most people have is about the difference between Systolic and Diastolic blood pressure readings. Systolic is the higher number, and diastolic is a lower number. Systolic pressure measures when the heart is contracted, while diastolic is taken just before it contracts.

What is Considered "Normal" Blood Pressure?

What is normal and what is too high? It all comes down to what pressure normal for your body type, compared to what pressure an average healthy person has.

When the heart muscle contracts, it produces pressure of blood upon the walls of the vessels, this is your blood pressure.

A normal blood pressure occurs when everything is working properly, and the heart isn't exerting excess energy. When you produce adequate (but not excessive) blood pressure, that is a normal, healthy state.

What is “High” Blood Pressure?

High blood pressure is the sign of your heart working too hard. Though most symptoms are myths, as its mostly a symptomless condition (a silent killer). If you wait for symptoms, you're only a ticking clock; check your blood pressure often, and never skip an annual physical.

To learn about the importance of keeping your blood sugar normal and not too high, browse through this infographic below!

 

The Importance of Healthy Blood Pressure
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Natural Ways to Reduce High Blood Pressure

Wednesday, September 25, 2013 9:07:13 AM America/Chicago

High blood pressure is one of the most common ailments afflicting Americans today. Also known as “hypertension,” high blood pressure is a medical condition where blood pressure in your arteries is elevated, forcing your heart to work hard to pump blood.


There’s a long list of why you or your loved one would not want high blood pressure, including stroke, heart attack, heart failure, aneurysms of the arteries, kidney disease, and, to top it off, a shortened life expectancy.

To combat high blood pressure, try reducing the amount of salt and alcohol in your diet. Eat more fresh fruit and veggies. And for goodness sake, don’t just say you’ll exercise, but actually engage in consistent aerobic physical activity a couple times a week. That means take a walk or jog around the block, go for a bike ride, or dance to music in your living room. It’s important to de-stress your life if you’re going to properly deal with high blood pressure.

However, there are also natural ways to combat blood pressure that won’t take up your time or drastically change the way you live your life.  Sante Global makes products with a substance called L-Arginine, an essential amino acid. L-Arginine converts to nitric oxide in the body, enhancing blood flow and supporting cardiovascular health.

When you have high blood pressure, the pressure on your arterial walls is intense. Nitric oxide relaxes those walls. Consider getting L-Arginine products from Sante Global, such as soft gels or berry-blend powder, in order to see if they help you or your loved one with blood flow and overall well-being if you (or they) are experiencing high blood pressure.

Source Used: http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/health-topics/topics/hbp/

 

 

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Six interesting facts about L-Arginine

Tuesday, July 30, 2013 11:38:48 AM America/Chicago

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L-Arginine Truths: Six Myths Answered

Friday, July 26, 2013 8:20:10 AM America/Chicago

 

Have you ever wondered the truth about health supplements? A mix of information about supplements was misunderstood or passed down incorrectly over time, leaving us with a few myths. Myths are untrue facts that many believe to be true, solely because so many people believe them.

 

Here are the true answers to common questions and warnings about health supplements.

 

  • Supplements that promote muscle growth are steroids

False. Many muscle-boosting supplements produce Creatine, which is not like a steroid; your body produces it naturally. Steroids are strong drugs that increase testosterone levels to enhance performance. When taken in excess, steroids are very dangerous and addicting.

  • You cannot gain muscle while you burn fat

False. Dieting and supplementing that diet with L-arginine promotes muscle growth, using Creatine. This helps muscle build while you burn fat.

  • You can get the same amino acids by eating certain foods

Conditional. You could, but you’d have to eat food in portions 3 or 4 times the average size. Just because you can, doesn’t mean you have to.

  • Erectile Dysfunction is a natural part of a man’s anatomy as he ages

False. Many men live full, long lives without experiencing erectile dysfunction. Supplements like L-arginine exist to promote healthy blood flow to all vital organs. This helps treat ED, making life easier for the patient.

  • You can take supplements to promote muscle growth and fat burn even when you don't work out

False. Nothing will ever replace a healthy diet and a good workout. Supplements help the process, but they don't do the work for you.

  • Our bodies produce enough of the semi-essential nutrients and amino acids, supplements are a waste of money.

False. Not everyone’s body works correctly. Your sedentary level and your diet contribute to the production of certain vitamins and amino acids. If you’re suffering from an arginine deficiency, a supplement could make your life much easier.

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How L-Arginine Works in Your Body

Tuesday, July 23, 2013 2:32:08 PM America/Chicago

To understand if a supplement is right for you, you'll have to ask a doctor and maybe do a bit of homework. The best way to figure it out, is to understand how the supplement actually works inside your body. When you know what is happening, everything else becomes much easier. Read More
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Too much L-Arginine

Monday, July 8, 2013 9:31:36 AM America/Chicago

What happens when some one takes too much L-Arginine? It could be a hindrance and even a pain, literally. When taking our L-Arginine supplement, try please do so at recommended levels.

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L-Arginine and Bone Density

Monday, June 24, 2013 10:32:22 AM America/Chicago

L-Arginine can play an important role in maintaining healthy bones and even help them recover from injuries fast. Read More
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Nitric Oxide Foods

Monday, May 6, 2013 12:09:01 PM America/Chicago

Here are three foods that help increase the production of nitric oxide. Each are different, but can be used in anyone's diet. Read More
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L-Arginine and Human Growth Hormone

Monday, April 29, 2013 10:24:17 AM America/Chicago

It’s no secret that lots of users of our L-Arginine supplement, Arginine Infusion, take the supplement to help them workout. Read More
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L-Arginine Foods

Monday, April 8, 2013 9:39:16 AM America/Chicago

Check out some of these foods that contain a high amount of L-Arginine. If you're in between packages of Arginine Infusion, these can be nice meals to help supplement your diet. Read More
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Arginine For Your Hair

Monday, April 1, 2013 3:27:42 PM America/Chicago

Arginine continues to be a must take supplement, offering benefits for your hair, like improving its strength and growth. Damaged hair from excessive coloring, bleaching or hot air drying can be revitalized from Arginine Infusion. Read More
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Use Arginine Infusion as your Vitamin Supplement

Monday, March 25, 2013 3:45:36 PM America/Chicago

Vitamins are important to all diets. They’re compounds that can’t be created by the body, so we need to get it from our diet. Fortunately, Arginine Infusion has your daily vitamin intake covered.

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Arginine Infusion offers the best L-Arginine Taste

Monday, March 4, 2013 3:55:52 PM America/Chicago

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Are natural remedies the best way to treat ED?

Thursday, January 31, 2013 8:34:03 AM America/Chicago

Men who suffer from erectile dysfunction have tried all sorts of natural remedies to treat impotence. From needles -- yes, needles down there – to herbal infusions and natural supplements such as L-arginine, the lengths a man will go to for length is never ending. Read More
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What can nitric oxide do for you?

Friday, January 18, 2013 9:19:32 AM America/Chicago

Boosting nitric oxide into the body works to open blood vessels and distribute more oxygen wishing the body, greatly decreasing the risk for heart attack and stroke. It also has the ability to increase energy and create lean muscle mass. Read More
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Raisins and Grape Skin Extract

Monday, December 24, 2012 9:09:02 AM America/Chicago

The American College of Cardiology did a study recently on raisins and its effect on the heart, and the study got what it was looking for – positive results. Read More
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L-Arignine Plus isn't a deal either

Tuesday, October 23, 2012 9:36:33 AM America/Chicago

You know what’s funny about L-Arginine Plus supplement? On their home page when they compare ProArgi-9 and NiteWorks, they don’t include the best Arginine supplement on the market, Arginine Infusion. Read More
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ProArgi-9 just doesn't compare.

Friday, October 12, 2012 8:58:04 AM America/Chicago

There’s really no comparison It’s proven that Sante Global’s Arginine Infusion offers everything L-Arginine Plus, ProArgi9+ and Herbalife's Niteworks Powder mix, including more vitamins and minerals AND costs less. That’s right, Arginine infusion offers more nutrients and costs less. Just compare L-Arginine Supplements and see for yourself. Read More
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