In 2019 there were 72.1 million baby boomers, making up about 21% of the United States population. 1 It is estimated that almost 25 million of these baby boomers will be experiencing a chronic disease in 2020. 2 In one study, only 13.2% of baby boomers surveyed reported being in excellent health, 38.7% of those surveyed were obese, only 35% exercised more than 12 times in a month, 43% had hypertension, 73.5% had hypercholesterolemia, and 15.5% had diabetes. 3 This community is understandably spending more time at their doctor’s office, with 83% of baby boomers seeking a physician’s advice for treatment options. 4 More and more of these practitioners are turning to natural, evidence-based nitric oxide supplementation options, such as Bionox’s M3 Ultimate Nitric Oxide Nutrition and arterial health tracker Smart Pulse, to monitor their patients’ age-related conditions.

Nitric oxide (NO) is arguably the most important molecule for aging patients. When the role of NO was discovered as fundamental to biologic function in 1992, the findings were so remarkable that hundreds of research papers led Nitric Oxide to be proclaimed “molecule of the year” that year by the journal Science. Three NO researchers shared the 1998 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their discovery that what had previously been known as EDRF (endothelium-derived relaxing factor) was, in fact, NO. Evidence of NO’s fundamental role in initiating and modulating a large number of physiological processes began to emerge when scientists from distinct disciplines—immunology, cardiovascular physiology, and oncology—suddenly understood that they were studying the same molecule. Supplementation with nitric oxide precursors that support the body’s natural nitric oxide production has proven to be particularly effective in treating patients with some of the top conditions experienced by aging patients, such as high blood pressure and risk factors for cardiovascular disease 5 and diabetes in diabetes patients. 6

A naturopathic doctor in health and wellness industry over 25 years, Dr. Jay Wilkins researched and developed M3 Ultimate Nitric Oxide Nutrition (M3), one of the most effective nitric oxide boosting supplements available along with Smart Pulse for screening. What makes M3 a standout supplement that is trusted by practitioners? Most nitric oxide boosting supplements contain only l-arginine, but M3 includes a balance of therapeutic nitric oxide pre-cursors such as arginine, citrulline, beets, and watermelon that support nitric oxide production through both pathways. M3 also contains antioxidants such as vitamin C, D, E and the botanicals hawthorne berry, camu camu, grape seed and grape skin extracts, all which support healthy aging by fighting against oxidative stress and other mechanisms that increase the risk for age-related disease. M3 comes in original natural berry flavor and citrus flavor with vitamin K2.

Many practitioners have turned to M3 to support their patients’ cardiovascular health and address symptoms of chronic disease and are tracking their results with Smart Pulse, a simple to use devise that can effectively measure arterial health (APG) and physical/emotional stress (HRV) with results that are simple for both practitioner and patient to understand. Practitioners have found that sharing the results of the Smart Pulse with patients has greatly increase patient compliance, and therefore supports real improvements.

“The device [Smart Pulse] is very helpful, not only from a clinical standpoint, but from a patient compliance standpoint…it increases patient compliance by probably 100%… We use M3 for vascular conditions or brain derived conditions, such as short term memory loss and Alzheimer’s symptoms. The results have been excellent. We have yet to have any kind of interaction with the product that was negative.” says Dr. Baxter, Nichols Chiropractic and Functional Medicine, in an interview with Dr. Wilkins.

To learn more about the magic of how M3 can support your patients’ age-related condition or how to set up a practitioner wholesale account contact Dr. Jay Wilkin’s office at 678-876-9529. Bionox M3 can be purchased in 30 or 60 scoop containers and as individual packets on Bionoxusa.com.

About Bionox

Bionox® was founded by Dr. Jay Wilkins, a naturopathic doctor who has been in the health and wellness industry for over 25 years. As a health practitioner, Dr. Jay Wilkins was interested in the science of nutrition and supplementation. When discovering the effectiveness of nitric oxide to maximize health in the body, Dr. Jay Wilkins researched and developed Bionox’s first product, as their flagship product – M3 Ultimate Nitric Oxide Nutrition. M3 provides a potent combination of nutrients that activates the innate power of the body to realize optimum health. Bionox mission is to motivate all to unlock their own wellness through providing trusted solutions to overcome life’s challenges and live life fully. Their potent formulas for nitric oxide nutrition, Bionox M3 comes in both Citrus Flavor and Original Berry Flavor, available as a one-month supply, 15-day supply, and stick packs. Bionox has developed other blends for motivating wellness with their Ultimate Sugar Balance Support, Chelanox, M-Mune3, and Nox3 Daily Greens. Bionox is motivating all to live life, fully.

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1 Fry, R. (2020, July 27). Millennials overtake Baby Boomers as America’s largest generation. Retrieved August 13, 2020, from https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2020/04/28/millennials-overtake-baby-boomers-as-americas-largest-generation/

2 American Hospital Assoc. Report: When I’m 64: How Boomers Will Change Health Care: AHA. (n.d.). Retrieved August 13, 2020, from https://www.aha.org/guidesreports/2007-05-08-report-when-im-64-how-boomers-will-change-health-care

3 Dana E. King, M. (2013, March 11). The Status of Baby Boomers’ Health in the United States. Retrieved August 13, 2020, from https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamainternalmedicine/fullarticle/1568518 

4 Haefner, M. (n.d.). Attitudes about healthcare use, trust vary between generations: survey findings. Retrieved August 13, 2020, from https://www.beckershospitalreview.com/patient-experience/attitudes-about-healthcare-use-trust-vary-between-generations-4-survey-findings.html

5 Hermann, M., Flammer, A., & Lüscher, T. F. (2006, Dec). Nitric oxide in hypertension. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17170603

6 Azizi et all. (2020). Potential roles of Citrulline and watermelon extract on metabolic and inflammatory variables in diabetes mellitus, current evidence and future directions. Clinical and experimental pharmacology & physiology, 47(2), 187–198. https://doi.org/10.1111/1440-1681.13190

 

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