Nattokinase is an enzyme isolated from the vegetable cheese
Natto; a typical and popular soybean food in the Japanese
diet. Nattokinase has been found to have blood clot dissolving
Isolated, purified and encapsulated nattokinase, an enzyme
derived from a process of fermentation involving boiled
soybeans and bacillus natto. Research has shown nattokinase to
support the body in breaking up and dissolving the unhealthy
coagulation of blood and to enhance fibrinolytic activity.
Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, take 1 to 2
nattokinase capsules 2 times daily, or as directed by a
healthcare practitioner. Nattokinase may be taken with or
without food. Take with 8 oz of water. If taken with
anticoagulant drugs, use under medical supervision.
Contraindicated in any condition associated with bleeding.
History of Nattokinase
For over 1000 years the Japanese have been consuming natto
-- a fermented soy-based food that looks and tastes like soft
cheese. Natto contains a unique enzyme called nattokinase,
which was discovered by Dr. Hiroyuki Sumi in 1980, and has
since been the subject of 17 studies, including two human
studies, in Japan. Based on this research nattokinase has been
shown to be a promising new nutrient that supports a healthy
The human circulation system is affected by a number of
specialized enzymes. Nattokinase facilitates blood flow
contributing to healthy circulation and supporting normal
- Supports normal circulation, blood flow, and blood
- Helps maintain your body's normal blood clotting ability
- Supports natural production of plasmin, which reduces
- Helps maintain normal blood pressure levels
Serving Size: 1 Capsule
Servings per Container: 60
||% Daily Value
** Daily Value has not been established.
Other Ingredients: Vegetable Capsule, Stabilized Rice Bran,
Allergen information: Contains soy ingredients.
These statements have not been evaluated by the
FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat,
cure, or prevent any disease.
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