Personally, I find that working out improves my physical abilities, and along these lines, I have used "pre-workouts" that contain caffeine to help me work-out longer. Which has also had me come across products that muscle builders use to "pump up" their blood supply to their muscles by increasing blood NO content. This observation triggered a thought, that maybe just maybe, it could also improve CCSVI flow, since people here have also talked of increasing blood content of NO.
One of the problems I have found, is that most also include artificial sweeteners (sucralose apparently being the favorite), which I personally consider a big no-no (that's lowercase...) and also has the propensity to act as a mild laxative in me
So, where I am going with this is, I would love to see if one of these "NO boosting proprietary blends" have any effect on CCSVI And would love to see a Doppler for CCSVI before and after taking one of these; on an MS patient.
Please note, I am not suggesting anyone try these, but an example of one of the many products in this category are: http://www.evogennutrition.com/evp.php
Remember, its all advertising hyperbola, and the product includes sucralose.What Does EVP Do? wrote:The specialized ingredients in EVP result in a flood of enriching, blood-engorging nutrients into the muscle cell, causing an incredible increase in blood volume with a corresponding “swelling” of muscle tissues. EVP synergistically combines powerful proven, performance-boosting ingredients to deliver dramatic muscle-cell volumizing and fascia-stretching pumps. Within 20 minutes of consumption, your muscles will be maximally engorged with vein-popping, nutrient-rich blood.
Its a half baked idea I thought I'd share, but I would like opinions even, actually, especially if negative or critical.