|Manufacturer reference||HN NTRC TST 50|
|Product Dimensions||2.54 x 2.54 x 12.7 cm; 23 Grams|
HumanN - Nitric Oxide I Indicator Strips - Test salivary Nitrite Levels - 1 Tube of 25 Strips
|Price:||(S$0.75 / Count) + S$7.00 Delivery|
- Nitric oxide indicator strips are a simple way to see if you are getting enough essential dietary nitrate from your diet.
- Our nitric oxide indicator strips can give you an indication of whether your diet is lacking and if your body is NO deficient.
- Noninvasive as the results are instant and easy to read.
- Once opened we recommend using within 6 months.
- From the same manufacturer that makes SuperBeets, SuperBeet Soft Chews, BeetElite, and Neo40
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Our Nitric Oxide Indicator Strips, developed at the University of Texas Health Science Center, are a simple way to see if you’re getting enough essential dietary nitrate from your diet. Use our strips to help determine if the foods you are eating are delivering enough essential N-O for your body. Non-invasive, the results are instant and easy to read. Which means getting your N-O status is a snap.
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Reviewed in the United States on 18 May 2019
The first time I used one of these strips it came up Depleted with hardly any color at all.
But after about 3 days of supplements and greens. I actually got it up to Low.
I continued with this regimen and by the weekend the strips were showing Normal in a nice rich pink.
I will mention here that there is a synergistic relationship between citrulline and agmatine sulfate, as long as you don't have issues with the enzyme that converts L-arginine into nitric oxide. If you do then you have to depend on the nitrate and nitrite pathway, found naturally in some foods, for Nitric Oxide production.