In recent years, products containing L-Citrulline and L-Arginine have deluged the market. They entice individuals looking to ramp up their nitric oxide levels. But how effective are these supplements? Recent research shows they don’t do much and can even negatively impact patients with diabetes and peripheral neuropathy.
This knowledge leads to a conundrum for pharmacists and convenient care clinicians. How do you assist patients in boosting nitric oxide levels? Begin by helping patients say “no” to L-Arginine and L-Citrulline supplements.
But what should patients replace these supplements with? Keep reading for the inside scoop on high-quality nitric oxide supplementation.