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What is the GMO status of the soy medium used in the making of nattokinase?
Viewed 960 times since Wed, Jan 27, 2016
The nattokinase we use, NSK-SD®, has been certified Non-GMO. No genetically modified organisms were used in its manufacture. Read More
What is the difference between lumbrokinase and nattokinase? Can they be used at the same time?
Viewed 3805 times since Thu, Jan 28, 2016
Nattokinase is a single enzyme, whereas Lumbrokinase consists of a group of proteolytic enzymes. They have similar actions, with Lumbrokinase potentially having a somewhat broader action. Because they have similar actions, usually one or the other is... Read More
Is there any soy in Nattokinase?
Viewed 1632 times since Mon, Jul 13, 2015
The enzyme nattokinase was first identified in and isolated from a Japanese food, natto, made from boiled, fermented soybeans. Nowadays, the production of nattokinase involves a medium that includes only a small percentage of soy, and then when the... Read More
I am interested in nattokinase but I have been hearing bad reports about soya causing cancer, thyroid problems, etc.
Viewed 694 times since Wed, Jan 27, 2016
Nattokinase is an enzyme originally derived and isolated from Natto, a Japanese food made from boiled and fermented soybeans. By all accounts, eating the food Natto is a very healthy thing to do, but regardless of that, it is irrelevant to taking... Read More
Does Nattokinase affect INR or Prothrombin time readings?
Viewed 1339 times since Mon, Jul 13, 2015
Nattokinase does not affect INR or Prothrombin time readings. Read More
Can Nattokinase be taken while also using Warfarin-type medications, such as Coumadin?
Viewed 664 times since Thu, Jan 28, 2016
Nattokinase used by itself is very safe. However, if used with nattokinase, any medication that effects coagulation must be monitored, under the supervision of a healthcare practitioner. Regular monitoring of blood is important, because it is... Read More
Can I use Nattokinase along with Plavix?
Viewed 969 times since Thu, Jan 28, 2016
Nattokinase used by itself is very safe. However, if used with nattokinase, any medication that effects coagulation must be monitored, under the supervision of a healthcare practitioner. Regular monitoring of blood is important, because it is... Read More