As we get older we produce less of some of the very beneficial things that keeps us ticking. By now we have all heard of carrying extra aspirins in case you have a heart attack or stroke. That is excellent advice and may just save your life. Included below is some information on another natural ingredient that also thins blood and reduces blood clots.
The Nattokinase Enzyme natural ingredient made from fermented soybean has some impressive research results and might be something you would want to look into and carry with you for emergencies. It is affordable and can be purchased online or via health food stores. If you could afford the drug at the hospital that they give you for heart attack it would cost $20,000.00 and wears off rather fast. In addition to that a lot of hospitals don’t even carry the drug. So here is a natural enzyme that you can add to your health arsenal and maybe save your life someday.
We all spend money on house insurance, car insurance, health insurance, but maybe it’s time to be more pro-active and start making up your own medical emergency kit for travel and home use. It’s never to late to pack a small bag which could include iodine, for water purification, oregano oil for infections, baby aspirin, a good multi-vitamin, fish-oil, and Nattokinase for extra protection.
Nattokinase is an enzyme found in Nattō, a popular Japanese cheese made from fermented soybeans. This enzyme has been found to dissolve blood clots. Clots that form inside a blood vessel in the absence of a wound may restrict the blood flow and lead to heart attack or stroke. Nattokinase can diminish this risk.
According to legend, about a thousand years ago, the warrior Minamoto no Yoshiie found and tasted boiled soybeans that had been left on straw and had fermented. That was the discovery of Nattō. It is believed that by the end of the Edo period (1603-1867), Nattō had become a regular part of Japanese cuisine in some areas. It is no secret that the Japanese live longer, have less cardiovascular disease and are not affected by heart attack and stroke as frequently as people in the Western world. Many now believe that Nattō has been the secret to their well-being.—–natto-nattokinase.com
The information presented herein is intended for educational purposes only. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent disease. Individual results may vary, and before using any supplements, it is always advisable to consult with your own health care provider.
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