What is it? Nattokinase is an enzyme grown on the Japanese food, Natto, a dish of fermented soybeans. For over a thousand years, Natto was commonly known and used for benefiting heart health, but no one knew why.
In 1980, a scientist named Hiroyuki Sumi isolated the active ingredient and deemed it "Nattokinase," which literally means, "enzyme in natto." Since then, the enzyme has been used to promote cardiovascular health around the world.
What does it do?
Nattokinase has a plethora of benefits, including:
- breaking up and preventing blood clots.
- thinning the blood.
- promoting bone health.
- containing proteins and vitamin B2 for youthful-looking skin.
- lowering blood pressure.
- providing several minerals, including manganese, iron, magnesium, and copper.
- helping heal blood vessels.
- reducing inflammation.
- deterring heart disease and stroke.
- dissolving fibrin in the blood.
In addition, nattokinase has the potential to help varicose veins, fibromyalgia, angina, hemorrhoids, muscle spasms, and diabetes.
Here are some testimonies from satisfied customers:
Danielle C: Raynaud's disease was something that I lived with since birth. When my hands and feet were going numb by mid-morning every day, it became a problem. Jim recommended I take Nattokinase. After taking it for about four days, my hands and feet would not become numb or go cold under any circumstance. After a year of taking Nattokinase once a day, I have not had any symptoms return.
Lemmie T: My blood pressure only stayed normal by taking medication. I decided to try Nattokinase, and in one month I was able to get off medication and my blood pressure remains in a healthy range.
Vera L: After two deaths in my family, my blood pressure shot up way above safety and stayed there for more than eight years until I met Jim and started taking Nattokinase. Now my blood pressure levels could not be any better.
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