Natto NKCP contains an enzyme extracted from a Japanese delicacy called natto — fermented soybeans renowned for over 2000 years for its nutrients.
Natto NKCP Nattokinase
The reason natto itself isn’t more popular is fourfold: it has an unpleasant smell and taste; it contains high amounts of vitamin K2, which can interfere with medicines such as Warfarin; the nutrients (enzyme active components) can vary greatly between different natto brands; and it is difficult for Westerners to find.
The Japanese developers of natto NKCP have solved these problems by culturing the natto bacilli (good bacteria) that form during the fermentation process of natto and then extracting only the active enzymes — the nattokinase — before removing the Vitamin K2. The final product is presented in an easy-to-take odourless tablet, so that everyone can now enjoy the benefits of natto. And unlike competing nattokinase brands, the manufacturers of NattoTabs extract the nattokinase during the end of the fermentation cycle, making this brand the most effective and highest quality nattokinase supplement available. And what is more, NattoTabs natto kinase can be taken safely and effectively long-term.
NKCP NattoTabs nattokinase is available in a handy 10 tablet travel pack and a larger 60 tablet pack. The tablets are small and easy to swallow, and for normal health maintenance, the recommended intake is 1 – 2 tablets (250mg in total) per day with water after the evening meal, or as directed by your health practitioner.
Ingredients: Proprietary extract of Natto Bacilli Culture (125mg), Microcrystalline Cellulose (bulking agent), Resistaqnt Dextrin (bulking agent), Sucrose Esters of Fatty Acids (emulsifier), Silicone Dioxide (anticaking agent), Shellac (coating) Contains no Vitamin K2
Please note that if you are on blood thinners, you should still consult your doctor before taking supplements such as NKCP.
60 tablets x 125mg
Used nutritionally for:
Natto nutrient effects
125mg x 60 tablets
Recommended intake: 1 – 2 tablets per day with water after the evening meal, or as directed by your health practitioner.
Because the vitamin K content is taken out, NKCP Nattotabs should not interfere with blood thinners, but always check with your health practitioner.
Suitable for vegetarians but the tablets do have a shellac coating which is not vegan.
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