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|A study published in Scientific Reports 2015 found that a single oral dose of 100 milligrams (mg) of nattokinase could break down fibrin, a protein in blood clotting, more effectively than a placebo. It also acted as a powerful anticoagulant (blood thinner) and reduced the concentration of a blood clotting protein known as Factor VIII. In a study of 12 healthy adult men, a single dose of the enzyme degraded fibrins and reduced coagulation factor VIII, which is a coagulation factor. |
Studies have shown that Nattokinase dissolves blood clots, helps maintain a good vascular structure, improves blood circulation and reduces risk of heart disease. It can also help to lower blood pressure and reduce the strain on the heart that can lead to a heart attack. Research suggests that n-attokinase preparations can protect against DVT and prevent the formation of blood clots.
Like serapeptase, nattokinase acts on protein-based complexes such as fibrin and scar tissue. It also boosts the body's production of plasmin, a clot-dissolving enzyme, and urokinase. While other blood thinners such as aspirin can reduce the tendency for clots to form, nattokinases act on the side of the clot cascade.
Although the fibrinolytic activity of both serapeptase and nattokinase can help dissolve scar tissue and reduce inflammation, they should not be considered a panacea for every disease. Your supplement may help your body to relieve symptoms caused by too many fibrin accumulations. Nattokinases have been advertised for use as fibrinoslysis agents in clinical trials, but there is a lack of support for this treatment.
Nattokinase is classified as a fibrinolytic protease, an enzyme whose basic function is to hydrolyze (break down) proteins. Proteins have complex structures and require an enzyme to break down them into absorbable and digestible individual amino acid units. It has a distinct ability to break down adhesive proteins, substances that make arterial plaques sticky.
Nattokinase is an enzyme found in natto, a traditional fermented Japanese food. It occurs when soybeans are boiled and fermented by adding natto bacteria (Bacillus subtilis) (1). It helps to dissolve blood clots, which gives it therapeutic potential for heart disease.
A popular Japanese dish called natto is boiled soybeans fermented by a bacterium called Bacillus subtilis natto. In 1987 the bacterium bacillus subtili natto was discovered. The bacteria dissolved artificial fibrin, an insoluble protein involved in the formation of blood clots.
Abstract Natto, a fermented soy product, has been eaten as a traditional food for thousands of years in Japan. Nattokinase (NK), a strong blood clotting protein used in cardiovascular disease treatment, is produced during the fermentation of soybeans by the bacterium Bacillus subtilis to remove natto. NK is currently in clinical trials and is being investigated in phase II in the USA for atherothrombotic prevention.
Every day, people eat foods that lead to increased inflammation of the body and unhealthy cholesterol levels. This sets a paradigm that puts people at higher risk for blood clots, heart disease and strokes. Nattokinase breaks down toxins in the body, cellular waste in the blood and undigested proteins in the gut.
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Nattokinase is the fibrinolytic enzyme found in Natto, a typical Japanese food fermented from Soybeans through the use of the beneficial bacteria Natto bacillus. Hailed as a traditional “folk remedy” for centuries, today Nattokinase is intended to provide nutritive support for normal, healthy blood flow and circulation.
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Nattokinase (Soybean Fibrinase)(Supplying 2000 FU (Fibrinolytic Units) … 100mg
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