Niteworks and Nitric Oxide Q and A

By Louis Ignarro, Ph.D.
Nobel† Laureate in Medicine

Dr. Louis Ignarro answers a few of your questions about Niteworks® and Nitric Oxide.

Q: What is the easiest way to teach customers about Nitric Oxide (NO)?

A: Think about how difficult it is to blow up a balloon on the first try. Now imagine how much easier it would be if you stretched it out first to make it more flexible. Like stretching a balloon, Nitric Oxide makes arteries and veins more flexible-supporting improved blood flow and delivery of nutrients to your cells. NO supports your long-term cardiovascular health.*

Q: Does Niteworks® contain sugar? My clients on sugar-restricted diets are concerned.

A: Niteworks® powder does not contain sugar. It contains sucralose, which is a nonnutritive sweetener derived from sugar, but is safe for people who need to control their sugar intake.

Q: When should I take Niteworks®?

A: I suggest that you take Niteworks® before you go to bed at night. It's designed to be consumed at night, when your body produces the least amount of Nitric Oxide from exercise and food. However, it is okay to take Niteworks® in the morning, mixed with your juice, for example. I do this myself and I find that it gives me an extra lift during the day and more overall energy.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
†The Nobel Foundation has no affiliation with Herbalife and does not review, approve or endorse Herbalife® products.

 
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