Media Contact: Beth Riggio, Marketing Project Coordinator
GREEN BAY, WI (May 8th, 2014)—Leading nutritional supplement manufacturer Integrative Therapeutics™ announced the launch of their newest product, Vasophil™.
Vasophil is a combination of free form amino acids designed to support nitric oxide (NO) production and healthy peripheral circulation.* Unlike many other nitric oxide supplements that only contain arginine, Vasophil contains both arginine and citrulline to support healthy cardiovascular function, vasodilation, and blood flow.*
The amino acid arginine is perhaps best known as a biochemical precursor to nitric oxide (NO). Similarly, citrulline acts as an arginine precursor for NO synthesis1 and plays an important part in NO metabolism and regulation.2
Vasophil was formulated to contain 3 grams of free-form arginine and 3 grams of free-form citrulline in convenient drink mix packets.
“A growing number of my patients are seeking more non-conventional options for supporting sexual health. Supplementing with amino acids like arginine and citrulline can provide an alternative solution for these individuals,” explains Gaetano Morello, a practicing naturopathic doctor in Vancouver, Canada.
To learn more about this combination, or to request a sample of Vasophil to try with your patients, visit integrativepro.com.
About Integrative Therapeutics™
Located in Green Bay, Wis., Integrative Therapeutics, LLC (integrativepro.com) is a leading manufacturer and distributor of science-based nutritional supplements committed exclusively to healthcare professionals. Integrative develops unique formulations that can be safely and effectively integrated with diet and lifestyle recommendations for improved patient health. For over 35 years, the company’s dedication to social responsibility and charitable giving has been evidenced by their commitment to supporting medical schools, community clinics, and professional associations. In partnership with their Medical Advisory Board, Integrative has developed professional tools, educational resources, and patient-centered therapeutic programs to help cultivate healthy practices and advance the field of integrative medicine.
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- Romero MJ, Platt DH, Caldwell RB, Caldwell RW. Cardiovasc Drug Rev. 2006;24:275–90.
*This statement has not been evaluated by the food and drug administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.