You might be interested in this one as well:
Whole Health Source: Nitrate: a Protective Factor in Leafy Greens
So i was looking through the forums and came upon this and was wondering what people thought? it seems pretty thorough and it does make sense to me ive been using arginine to raise my nitric oxide levels for awhile now and it makes no sense that anything that converts into nitric oxide could be bad for you unless youre taking massive dosages(highly improbable from what this article says)
Junkfood Science: Does banning hotdogs and bacon make sense?
I believe that the nitrates in cured meats come from saltpeter, which I believe is something they add to prison food to kill the libido.... just something to think about guys
I'm not sure nitric oxide and sodium nitrate are the same thing. I really doubt they are, so... moot point? Different source?
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