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Your Healthy Mind…

Your Healthy Mind…


Is a dirty mind. Haha.

After the age of forty, our ability to produce Nitric Oxide falls off as sharply as our decline in hormones. 

I’ve mostly been talking to you about the benefits of using our new Nitric Oxide supplement FLOW for having better sex

However, there is an even more important reason to consider taking FLOW which is to protect your healthy mind ( and your dirty mind, which I love!).


If you’re having “senior moments” of memory loss, struggling to find words, remembering names and dates, or feeling like you have brain fog… and especially if Alzheimer’s runs in your family or you have the genetic mutation apolipoprotein E (APOE) read this.

Because even if you have the APOE genetic allele, epigenetics, or your lifestyle is the most important aspect of whether that gene gets expressed and you end up with Alzheimer’s.


Getting the blood flowing to your brain with good exercise is vital. And this study explains the importance of endothelial nitric oxide for helping you learn new things (plasticity), replacing aging brain cells with new ones (mitochondrial biogenesis) and creating the stem cells (neuronal progenitor cells) that turn into the new brain and spinal cord cells.

Endothelial nitric oxide: protector of a healthy mind. (1)


The Nitric Oxide supplement I created for you called FLOW is made from organic watermelon, spinach, and cherries. The quality, pesticide-free Citrulline that generates the Nitric Oxide you need for blood flow to all your parts comes from real food.

After the age of forty, our ability to produce Nitric Oxide falls off as sharply as our decline in hormones. 

The easiest thing you can do is to get your blood moving with exercise and eat as many nitrate-rich foods as possible including watermelon, spinach, cabbage, arugula/rocket, and dill.

You can supplement your body’s ability to produce more Nitric Oxide by adding my supplement FLOW to your daily Vitamin-Mineral complex. 

Right now we are having a pre-sale on FLOW. The product is getting shipped to our warehouse and when you pre-order, you get up to a 30% discount.

(We are limiting all customers to six bottles for now.)

We can ship all over the world and here are the shipping costs.

1 Bottle
$15.95 International
$4.95 USA

3 Bottles
$17.95 International
$9.95 USA

6 Bottles (our limit for now)
$19.95 International
$12.95 USA

Let me know if you have any questions. Keep your arteries, veins and capillaries flowing and sending blood throughout your body. We have modern science and data in our era to try to prevent ourselves from growing old and slow.

We can’t enjoy our dirty minds well into our old age if our cognitive function is impaired.

We ship almost anywhere! In addition to domestically in the US, we ship almost anywhere internationally (except Australia and New Zealand – apologies to our Aussie and Kiwi friends… we’re working on it!) 

Click here to be notified when we are able to ship to Australia and New Zealand.

(1) Endothelial nitric oxide: protector of a healthy mind.

Endothelial nitric oxide (NO) is generated by constitutively active endothelial nitric oxide synthase (eNOS), an essential enzyme responsible for cardiovascular homeostasis. Historically, endothelial NO was first recognized as a major vasodilator involved in control of vasomotor function and local blood flow. In this review, our attention is focused on the emerging role of endothelial NO in linking cerebrovascular function with cognition. We will discuss the recognized ability of endothelial NO to modulate the processing of amyloid precursor protein (APP), influence the functional status of microglia, and affect cognitive function. Existing evidence suggests that the loss of NO in cultured human cerebrovascular endothelium causes increased expression of APP and β-site APP-cleaving enzyme 1 (BACE1) thereby resulting in increased secretion of amyloid β peptides (Aβ1-40 and Aβ1-42). Furthermore, increased expression of APP and BACE1, as well as increased production of Aβ peptides, were detected in the cerebral microvasculature and brain tissue of eNOS-deficient mice. Since Aβ peptides are considered major cytotoxic molecules responsible for the pathogenesis of Alzheimer’s disease, these observations support the concept that a loss of endothelial NO might significantly contribute to the initiation and progression of cognitive decline. In addition, genetic inactivation of eNOS causes activation of microglia and promotes a pro-inflammatory phenotype in the brain. Behavioural analysis revealed that eNOS-deficient mice exhibit impaired cognitive performance thereby indicating that selective loss of endothelial NO has a detrimental effect on the function of neuronal cells. Together with findings from prior studies demonstrating the ability of endothelial NO to affect synaptic plasticity, mitochondrial biogenesis, and function of neuronal progenitor cells, it is becoming apparent that the role of endothelial NO in the control of central nervous system function is very complex. We propose that endothelial NO represents the key molecule linking cerebrovascular and neuronal function.

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