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"Natto is the perfect food for curing what ails most Americans. There's a large body (pun!) of evidence suggesting that eating natto on a daily basis significantly reduces the risk of heart disease, stroke, and high blood pressure (all exacerbated or caused by excessive blood-clotting), as well as arthritis and rheumatism (caused by stiff or swollen internal tissues). It is bold to claim that natto can prevent so many ailments, and unless you dig a little deeper, it probably seems no more reliable than the claims made for any other health-food or supplement. But I think natto is different. The evidence is there, and it's worth paying attention to, if only for a few minutes..." ... see this below ...


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According to the experts; many of them, anyway; natto is the perfect food for curing what ails most Americans. There's a large body (pun!) of evidence suggesting that eating natto on a daily basis significantly reduces the risk of heart disease, stroke, and high blood pressure (all exacerbated or caused by excessive blood-clotting), as well as arthritis and rheumatism (caused by stiff or swollen internal tissues). It is bold to claim that natto can prevent so many ailments, and unless you dig a little deeper, it probably seems no more reliable than the claims made for any other health-food or supplement. But I think natto is different. The evidence is there, and it's worth paying attention to, if only for a few minutes;

The specific details of how natto does its magic are still being sorted out in scientific inquiries, but it appears pretty safe for us to think of it as a natural dispersing agent inside your body; when things (especially certain proteins) start getting together and creating problematic little bundles of blood or tissue, natto helps them to relax and break apart again.

This property of natto appears to be due to the


presence of a unique enzyme, called nattokinase, which was first identified by Dr. Hiroyuki Sumi in 1980. He was studying the thrombus-destroying power of a variety of conventional medicines at Chicago University, and put some natto in the Petri dish on a whim. (Thrombus; is one of many technical names for a blood clot that blocks arterial flow, causing heart attacks, etc.). Anyway, the thrombus was completely dissolved with 18 hours, which was far less time than what was needed for any of the other medicines he was working with. So he was impressed. He went on to isolate nattokinase as the active agent in natto, and has since examined its significance extensively; he remains a pioneer in the field. (People in the industry are fond of referring to him as Dr. Natto;).
His studies are widely available in English online, but here's a decent place to start if you're interested in a little more depth: http://content.karger.com/ProdukteDB/produkte.asp?Doi=205051&Scope=archiv.

I’m not a biologist, chemist, or otherwise certified professional, but I have read a bit of what those folks have published, and it appears that there is one overwhelming component in the body's formation of both blood clots and stiff internal tissues. It's name is fibrin. Fibrin is a naturally occurring substance, created when two proteins; fibrinogen and thrombin — interact.



Fibrin is essential to many bodily functions,

but when you've got too much of it, bad things start to happen.

And (you guessed it) most Americans have too much of it. Nattokinase is an extremely effective fibrin-destroyer (fibrinolytic agent, its called), which is a large part of what makes it so good for you; think of the dissolving thrombus in the Petri dish; but before we can appreciate this point fully we should probably take a closer look at fibrin and its constituent components.



Here’s

an interesting little story about fibrinogen: back in 1929, a few curious men working at the Rockefeller Institute removed the livers

from a number of rabbits and observed that these (in technical terms, hepatectomized) bunnies ceased to produce fibrinogen. Wow! From that time on, the liver was acknowledged as the body's sole source of fibrinogen. Though it's unclear why exactly this was considered important at the time, subsequent studies have revealed fibrinogen to be an important ingredient in a wide spectrum of bodily functions…and have supported the supposition that your liver is its only source.


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Nancy Koncilja Gurish


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We want to buy the organic foods that provide the most bang for their buck,

that make the most sense. You've probably heard of the Dirty Dozen - that annually-updated list of the twelve fruits and vegetables that contain the highest levels of pesticide residues. Let's go beyond that, though, because unless you're

a vegan or a fruitarian who lives on produce alone,

you'll want to hear about other foods too. Particularly animal products, which you're probably eating on a fairly regular basis." ... Please click on the heading to this full text ...."





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