Natto and how to make it at home

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Natto and how to make it at home
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NATTO: Finding the Cure – Victoria Bell RN

How many of us believe we are at DIS-EASE due to some lack of medication or surgery? “No man, person, or “education” system drummed up by the ruling powers of this world was ever created to help man realize that he are Powerful Spiritual Beings able to heal oneself when given the will to do so.” Anonymous There are still remnants of ancient wisdom where societies have been virtually untouched by the modern health practices of western society. Okinawa, Japan is one such place where healthy centurions are common but life expectancy is gradually decreasing as their diet changes to include more rice and fat to match that of the modern Japanese diet. However, the risk of cardiac disease, cancers, and other DIS-EASE that plague modern civilizations such as here in the States are practically unheard of. Learn more how one can utilize the wisdom for full body restoration and health.

Dr. Hiroyuki Sumi is credited with discovering nattokinase in 1980 while working as a researcher at the University of Chicago.

After testing over 173 natural foods, including different liquors, Dr. Sumi discovered that the sticky "threads" in natto exhibited potent fibrinolytic (blood clot busting) activity. Dr. Sumi showed that when natto was dropped onto a blood clot in a Petri dish at body temperature, the clot was gone within 18 hours. He named this superpower fibrinolytic enzyme "nattokinase."

With the discovery of nattokinase, there is now a safe, scientifically-proven and natural way for millions to address hardened arteries, heart attack, stroke, angina, dementia and senility: CardioEssentials: An Effective Alternative to Aspirin Whose Only Side Effects are Health Benefits.


  • Contains isophrabon compound antioxidants
  • Helps to prevent senile dementia, which is one type of thrombosis
  • High in vitamin K2 essential for preventing osteoporosis
  • Highly antibacterial, and also contains di-picolinic acid, which suppresses O-157
  • Suppresses the growth of harmful bacteria while encouraging the growth of beneficial bacteria such as lactobacillus

Pyrazine is a compound that, in addition to giving nattō its distinct smell, reduces the likelihood of blood clotting. It also contains a serine protease type enzyme called nattokinase which may also reduce blood clotting both by direct fibrinolysis of clots, and inhibition of the plasma protein plasminogen activator inhibitor 1. This may help to avoid thrombosis, as for example in heart attacks, pulmonary embolism, or strokes.