Biomed Nattokinase NSK-SD 60 Capsules

SKU: 20206
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$49.99 CAD

Nattokinase NSK-SD has been shown to degrade fibrin clots both in clot lysis assays comparable to plasmin and by affecting plasminogen activator inhibitor 1 (PAI-1), which is the primary inhibitor of tissue-type plasminogen activator (t-PA).

Human clinical studies in cardiovascular diseases have demonstrated the ability of nattokinase to decrease euglobin (clot) lysis time (ELT) up to 8 hours after oral intake of a dose of natto estimated at 6,000 fibrin degradation units (FU). In addition, euglobulin fibrinolytic activity (EFA; lysis area on a fibrin plate) was increased significantly up to 12 hours following administration. 

Nattokinase is an enzyme (a protein that speeds up biochemical reactions) that is extracted from a popular Japanese food called natto. Natto is boiled soybeans that have been fermented with a bacterium called Bacillus natto.

NSK-SD is a superior form of Nattokinase

  • Highest potency available > 20,000 F.U./gram on the market

  • Vitamin K2 - free

  • Non-GMO, vegan and non-irradiated

  • Recognized by the JHFA (Japan Health and Nutrition Food Authorization) and the JNKA (Japan Nattokinase Association) as authentic Nattokinase

Features and effects of nattokinase:

  • Dissolves fibrin clots (blood clots)

  • Improved blood circulation in blood vessels

  • Cardiovascular & Arterial health

Dosage: 1 capsule once daily (oral administration of nattokinase)

Active ingredients - Each capsule contains: Natto kinase 100 mg

Non-active ingredients: Cellulose, maltodextrin, hydroxypropyl methylcellulase, magnesium stearate.

Caution: Contra-Indications: Do not use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, if you are taking health products that affect blood coagulation, or if you have a bleeding disorder. Consult a health care practitioner for medical advice, if you have cardiovascular disease, heart attack, kidney, or liver disorder, a medical condition, or if you are taking any medications. Stop using this product 7 days before any scheduled surgery, or immediately if you have unscheduled.

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