~ A Very Important Discovery ~
This year, the AHA estimates that
70,000 Americans will suffer a stroke – that is, one every 45 seconds
– making it America’s number three killer.
Nattokinase is a natural health food that is clinically proven
to support the body’s production of clot-dissolving agents that
may help reduce risk of heart attack and stroke.
The Natural Alternative to Prevent
Lower High Blood Pressure
What is Nattokinase?
Nattokinase is a pontent fibrinolytic enzyme extract and highly
purified from a traditional Japanese food, called "Natto".
The discovery of Nattokinase
Dr. Hiroyuki Sumi had long researched thrombolytic enzymes
searching for a natural agent that could successfully dissolve
thrombus associated with cardiac and cerebral infarction.
Sumi found what he was looking for when Natto was dropped
onto artificial thrombus (fibrin) in a Petri dish and allowed it to
stand at 37 0C (approximately body temperature). The thrombus around the natto
dissolved gradually and had completely dissolved within 18 hours. Sumi named the
newly discovered enzyme "nattokinase", whitch means "enzyme in natto". Dr. Sumi
commented that nattokinase showed "a potency matched by no other enzyme".1
Potent Anti-Clotting Enzyme
Nattokinaseis a nontoxic potent anti-clotting enzyme derived from natto, a
cheese-like food made fermented soybeans that has been eaten by the
Japanese for over 1000 years.
In Japan natto is eaten not only for its popular taste but also as a folk remedy for
heart and vascular disease, to relieve fatigue and as an anti-beriberi agent.
Nattokinase is Backed by Research
Nattokinase has now been the subject of 17 studies, including two small human
trials. Its proprties closely resemble that of plasmin (the boby's primary clot
dissolving agent), but animal studies show the thrombolytic activity of Nattokinase
to be much stronger.
Nattokinase not only dissolves clots but can prevent them and modulate the
clotting process in ways that help reestablish coagulation homeostasis2
Research in the United States
Dr. Martin Milner of the Center for Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon and
Dr. Kouhei Makise of the Imadeqawa Makise Clinica in Kyoto, Japan were able to
launch a joint research project on nattokinase and write an extensive paper on
their findings. "In all my years of research as a professor of cardiovascular
and pulmonary medicine, natto and nattokinase represents the most
exciting new development in the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular
related diseases," Dr. Milner said. "We have finally found a potent natural
agent that can thin and dissolve clots effectively,
with relative safety and without side effects." 3
Nattokinase not only dissolves clots but can prevent them
Nattokinase supplements may prevent the need for more aggresive warfarin
therapy. for patients already taking warfarin, doctors may want to add
Nattokinase to minimize side effects and risks by keeping the warfarin dose as
low as possible.2
Description of NATTOKINASE Plus:
Support Healthy Circulation, Blood Pressure and Overall Health
2 Softgel capsules contain--------------------------% Daily Value
Vitamin E (as d-alpha tocopherol)----20 I.U.-------66%
Nattokinase 20,000 FU/g--------------100 mg.---------*
Other ingredients: rice bran oil, gelatin, glycerin, purified water, lecithin,
yellow beeswax, tumeric and glycerin complex, titanium dioxide.
Daily Value not established.
Quantity: 60 softgel capsules
Discuss with your health care professional before Nattokinase use if you are
Taking anti-coagulants, aspirin, coumadin or other medicines that thin the blood.
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