Have you ever wondered how much body mechanics affect body chemistry and what it really means to your health?
Dr. David R. Seaman suggests that the best way to look at it is that when you think about the body itself, keep in mind our musculoskeletal tissues are made of chemistry – proteins, fats, carbohydrates, water, vitamins, and minerals.
Therefore, we should stop thinking that body mechanics and our daily movement are distinct from body chemistry.
“When you're moving, the movement itself creates more chemistry so the whole thing is chemical from beginning to end and it doesn't change..."
You may have heard that beets are good for your nitric oxide production. I want to share with you many more vegetables, which can support the production of that powerful signaling molecule in your body. But first, let’s make sure you realize why you should be paying attention to the subject of natural nitrates and their contribution to generating nitric oxide in your body.