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Natto: The Japanese Superfood You Never Heard Of

A friend of mine just had surgery and goes to physical therapy every week. Her therapist remarked about how great her scar looked. My friend said, “Maybe my daily nattokinase has something to do with it,” to which the therapist replied, “What’s nattokinase?”

In my experience, very few people have heard of nattokinase, an enzyme that comes from the food natto, made from boiled soybeans that have been fermented with a specific bacteria, Bacillus subtilis var. natto. Natto is considered a new and exciting superfood in the US but in Japan, natto has been a foundational part of their diet for centuries, and many varieties of natto are sold in Japanese grocery stores.
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Opti Nattokinase is a powerful enzyme used to support normal blood flow, circulation, and blood pressure levels. Maintaining healthy blood circulation and balanced coagulation is a key part of supporting cardiovascular health. Fibrinolytic enzymes, such as plasmin, produced in the endothelial cells are responsible for ensuring proper blood flow. However, production of these enzymes decreases with age, which can result in increased fibrin levels. In vitro studies have highlighted that nattokinase triggers the release of substances that lead to production of other important enzymes, like plasmin, which help regulate fibrin formation. Nattokinase also inhibits a key enzyme which causes arterial dilation to help maintain healthy blood pressure levels, and can generate tissue plasminogen activators helping to promote blood flow.

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There is currently an overuse of coronary stents in U.S. hospitals, revealing that out of about 1 million stents placed, 22% were unnecessary, leading to a possible $2.44 billion waste in Medicare funds from 2019-2021. (read article on stents HERE)


The rates of overuse of stents varied significantly across hospitals, with some exceeding 50%.

Now is the time for a push for methods like ECP therapy that offer non-invasive benefits for heart health, providing a potentially safer option for those with heart disease. To explore more about ECP therapy as an alternative, contact us today and we will be here to answer all the questions you have and recommend accordingly.
External Counter Pulsation (ECP) can improve a long list of cardiovascular (heart) as well as cerebrovascular (brain) conditions. It is FDA-approved for severe angina and cardiogenic shock.  It is my belief that it should be FDA approved for many other ailments as well.
Now more than ever, people are suffering from cardiovascular issues, such as blood clots, strokes, and heart attacks from side effects related to the Covid-19 shot.
When you hear of ECP, you might think this is primarily a treatment for improved circulation, however the reality is that by improving circulation to every organ in the body, it helps restore optimal function for overall better health. 


ECP is favorable to the otherwise healthy person as well. It will increase energy, anti-aging and improves overall wellbeing.  Studies show long term lasting benefits that your body will thank you for.


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Unprecedented Actions in France and Florida

On Valentine’s Day, something happened in France that didn’t get a whole lot of attention. The country’s National Assembly passed a law making resistance to “mRNA treatment” a criminal offense. Anyone who advises against mRNA medical treatments could face three years in prison and/or fines of €45,000.


It sounds surreal, but it is indeed very real. And very draconian. Read it for yourself here.


Opponents of the law described it as “repression of medical dissent”, ”anti-science” and “pushing France ever further in the direction of totalitarianism”.


Proponents of the law say it is aimed at fighting “sectarian excesses” – people they call “pseudo-therapists” who are going against the New World Order (NOW) recommendations. It’s amazing how it all started with ‘two weeks to stop the spread’, and how it quickly morphed into long-term lockdowns, isolation. masks and pseudo vaccines.


Read full article at the link below…


Love and Mercy

What’s your perception of God?

Psalm 145:9 (ESV)
The Lord is good to all, and His mercy is over all that He has made.


I’m reading a really good book, “God Has a Name” by John Mark Comer, which I highly recommend. I enjoy his writing style: conversational, insightful, witty.  The primary message of the book is based on Exodus 34: 6-7.


“Yahweh! Yahweh, a merciful and gracious God, slow to anger, and abundant in loving kindness and truth, keeping loving kindness for thousands, forgiving iniquity and disobedience and sin; and that will by no means clear the guilty, visiting the iniquity of the fathers on the children, and on the children’s children, on the third and on the fourth generation.”


I began to ponder that word: mercy. What does it really mean? Doing a little research, I found some interesting perspectives on the word mercy.
Read full article at link below…


Healthy Additions for Your Heart

Synergistic Supplements and Treatments

Inflammation has been shown to play a major role in most chronic illnesses, including neurodegenerative, cardiovascular, pulmonary, metabolic, autoimmune and neoplastic (cancer) diseases.


For centuries it has been known that turmeric exhibits anti-inflammatory activity, but extensive research performed within the past two decades has shown that the activity of turmeric, a member of the ginger family, is due to curcumin. Turmeric comes from the root of a perennial plant that is difficult to grind; hence, it is usually sold as a powder. Curcumin, the active component of turmeric, is what gives turmeric its yellow hue. 


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