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  • Writer's pictureGary Moller

Nattokinase: Prevention and Treatment of Cardiovascular Disease and mRNA Spike Protein

Updated: Apr 5


Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death in the world and our approach to the control and management of CVD mortality is limited. Nattokinase (NK), the most active ingredient of natto, possesses a variety of favourable cardiovascular effects and the consumption of Natto has been linked to a reduction in CVD mortality. Recent research has demonstrated that NK has potent fibrinolytic activity, antihypertensive, anti-atherosclerotic, and lipid-lowering, antiplatelet, and neuroprotective effects. This review covers the major pharmacologic effects of NK with a focus on its clinical relevance to CVD.

It outlines the advantages of NK and the outstanding issues pertaining to NK pharmacokinetics. Available evidence suggests that NK is a unique natural compound that possesses several key cardiovascular beneficial effects for patients with CVD and is therefore an ideal drug candidate for the prevention and treatment of CVD. Nattokinase is a promising alternative in the management of CVD.



This is an example of how Big Pharma identifies natural health-giving food substances, then, as per usual, proposes to capture and convert the nutrient into a patent drug. This is why we must oppose the Natural Therapies Bill, which, among other nefarious things, aims to hoover up natural health substances and hand them over to Big Pharma.

Food, including Enzymes, is thy Medicine

Instead, why can't we encourage people to consume foods that contain these healthy nutrients, such as nattokinase? Around 80% of us will develop cardiovascular disease during our lifetimes, and many will die. The health benefits of these natural products extend way beyond cardiovascular disease. Therefore, it makes good sense to consume foods that contain not just nattokinase but other foods that contain proteolytic enzymes (nattokinase is a proteolytic enzyme). It also makes good sense to take supplements that are concentrated nutrients, usually processed and packaged, so that they are better absorbed into the body (Proteolytic enzymes are damaged by stomach acid, so technology has been employed to help get these enzymes safely through the stomach).

Proteolytic enzymes are essential in protein digestion in the intestine, immune function and other vital processes—their actions include the breakdown and removal of "debris" within the body. Your body's pancreas produces proteolytic enzymes, but you can also consume them by eating certain foods and taking supplements.

Dietary sources of proteolytic enzymes include

  • Pineapple

  • Papaya

  • Kiwifruit

  • Ginger

  • Asparagus

  • Sauerkraut

  • Kimchi (what's that?)

  • Yoghurt

  • Kefir

Bromelain, papain, pancreatin, trypsin and chymotrypsin are proteolytic enzymes commonly added to proteolytic supplements. However, I think the most beneficial of the proteolytic enzymes is serrapeptase, an enzyme associated with the silkworm (serrapeptase allows the moth to emerge from its cocoon by dissolving the fibrin-based encasement). When these enzymes are ingested in an empty tummy, they enter the body's circulation, acting like cleaners at the micro level, dissolving and removing foreign and dead debris. Isn't this remarkable?

Proteolytic Enzymes: Nature's Anti-inflammatories

Proteolytic enzymes have potent anti-inflammatory properties, especially when combined with nutrients such as quercetin and turmeric and minerals such as selenium and zinc. While inflammation is essential for maintaining health, chronic and excessive inflammation is not healthy and is the root of most chronic and degenerative diseases.

Proteolytic Enzymes to mitigate the harm caused by mRNA Vaccine's Spike Protein

The mRNA vaccine instructs a person's body to manufacture the spike protein, which is highly inflammatory and does so for many months after the jab and perhaps for years after. Proteolytic enzymes, such as nattokinase, have been identified to reduce the excessive inflammation caused by the spike protein, such as reducing the risk of harm by the spike to a person's cardiovascular and nervous systems (not to mention the liver, kidney, testes, ovaries, etc.).

Let's face it: These mRNA poisons were injected into billions of well-meaning people but without any credible short or long-term safety studies (Those few studies that were done, it turns out, were fraudulent). So, the sad truth is we are all learning from scratch as we go. While it is early days, proteolytic enzymes are most promising for mitigating some of the immediate and long-term harm being caused by the spike protein.

Proteolytic Enzymes for preventing and treating Cardiovascular Disease

There is a strong history of cardiovascular disease in my family. I've regularly taken various combinations of proteolytic enzymes, mostly serrapeptase, for at least ten years. Despite this poor history and being in my 70th year, my cardiovascular health has improved. Of course, it is not these enzymes alone that I attribute to my excellent cardiovascular health, but there is no doubt they have helped. The stopwatch does not lie!

Gary in a mountain bike race

In Addition to eating the foods listed earlier, I recommend three high-quality products. You can rotate them, taking a pot of one, switching to a different one, and then another. Alternatively, you can mix and match them all by taking a recommended dose of one, then another on the same or alternating days. Got the idea?

Ideally, take one Douglas Laboratories Glutathione Plus - 60 caps in the morning.

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