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Nattokinase 6,000 FU* plus dandelion extracts

To support the body in self-cleansing in vessels and tissues, immune support, stimulate liver and excretion via the urinary tract.

With synergistic effect between natural enzyme and plant compounds

60 capsules (28 g)
Food supplement

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NattoZYM plus – your natural booster for heart and blood circulation, liver and urinary tract


Synergistic enzyme product from high-dose nattokinase and selected dandelion extracts

Nattokinase is a proteolytic or protein-cleaving enzyme. It plays a key role in our cardiovascular health. When ingested orally, it penetrates the wall of the small intestine and gets directly into the bloodstream, where it develops a systemic enzyme effect, i.e. it acts in the entire organism. There, as a fibrinolytic enzyme, it contributes to the cleavage of unwanted cell components containing fibrin and is involved in many important metabolic processes.

Dandelion is appreciated as a salad or wild vegetable in many cuisines. But it also has a long tradition in natural and folk medicine. The root of the plant has been used for centuries to stimulate liver and gallbladder function as well as the digestive system and for immune modulation. The leaf is considered diuretic and is used as a digestive stimulant due to its bitter substances. With the help of its natural plant substances, dandelion contributes to flush out the kidneys and urinary tract. It thus helps with detoxification and rapid excretion of unwanted substances, which include the cleavage end products of enzymes.

Two partners who are therefore ideally made for each other

Benefit from the unique synergistic effect of NattoZYM plus: Just two capsules daily provide you with peak enzyme activity of 6,000 FU* plus 600 mg of highly concentrated dandelion extract!


Nattokinase & Dandelion support the following the body’s own endogenous metabolic mechanisms:

  • Self-cleansing in vessels an tissues
  • Protection of the cardiovascular system and the brain
  • Liver and bile function
  • Regulation of fluid balance and cleaning of the kidneys and urinary tract
  • Immune strengthening

Product background

in a vegetarian cheese called Natto, fermented from soybeans with the help of Bacillus subtilis. Hence the enzyme is called analogously to the bacterium: Subtilisin. So once again, bacteria are doing a great job here and are not just ”bad bugs“, as they like to be portrayed in the conventional medical narrative. Natto is fermented from boiled or steamed soybeans and is a plant-based cheese that has been served as a traditional Japanese food for thousands of years. The enzyme nattokinase is extracted from natto and no longer contains soy itself. It is therefore an enzyme expressed and purified with the help of bacteria, which therefore no longer has any soy properties and therefore also no longer contains its allergens.

Relative fibrinolytic activity of endogenous or natural substances

Source: Focus. Allergy Research Group Newsletter: Nattokinase – recent clinical reports confirm its safety and efficacy.
November 2008, German edition

 

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More information about the product background

Free from soy allergens
Made in Germany


NattoZYM plus is without following substances:

dr.reinwald vital Produkte - ohne Gentechnik without GMO
dr. reinwald vital Produkte - ohne Tierversuche without animal testing
dr. reinwald vital Produkte - ohne Zusatzstoffe without additives
dr. reinwald vital Produkte - ohne Pestizide without pesticides
Produkte dr.reinwald vital ohne Soja without soy


NattoZYM plus is good for:

dr.reinwald vital - gut fürs Immunsystem immune system
dr.reinwald vital - gut für den Zellschutz blood circulation
dr.reinwald vital - gut für Detox detoxification

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NattoZYM plus – provides nattokinase with 6,000 FU (fibrinolytic units) and strong proteolytic activity

NattoZYM by dr.reinwald vital - Nattokinase plus dandelion extracts

NattoZYM plus – with a peak enzyme activity of 6,000 EU* plus 600 mg of highly concentrated dandelion extracts

NattoZYM plus by dr.reinwald vital with Nattokinase

NattoZYM plus – your advantage over conventional nattokinase or dandelion supplements

We are often asked what makes our products stand out from conventional supplements. The answer here is quite simple: it is the quality of the ingredients and of course the synergistic formula with added value! You are not convinced yet? Check for yourself:

NattoZYM plus by dr.reinwald vital - your benefit

NattoZYM plus by dr.reinwald vital
Unbeatable formula for maximum effectiveness

  • Our Nattokinase provides a peak activity of 6,000 FU (Fibrolytic Units) per daily dose.
  • In addition, our nattokinase is free from soy, allergens, genetic engineering and free from vitamins K1 and K2.
  • We use dandelion extracts of the highest quality. The plant-extract ratio is 10:1, i. e. a daily amount of 2 capsules of NattoZYM provides 150 mg leaf extract and 450 mg root extract. This total of 600 mg of highly concentrated dandelion extract corresponds to a plant dry mass of 6 g or a fresh mass of at least 20 g.
  • Interacting formulation of substances that complement and activate each other.
  • Highly dosed and effective
  • Free from any additives and adjuvants
  • 100 % vegan and 100 % ketogenic
  • Natural, sustainable and without animal testing
  • GMO-free raw materials
  • Organic and therefore bioavailable ingredients of the highest quality
  • Made in Germany in certified manufacturing plants

Glutathion comp von dr.reinwald vital - Dein Vorteil

Conventional nattokinase/ dandelion supplements – be sure to check before you buy:

  • that the concentration and quality of nattokinase is appropriate.
  • that the dandelion ingredients are appropriate in concentration and quality.
  • the formula. Incomplete formulas or mono-products have a lower potency.
  • whether the dosage or daily recommondation is comparable.
  • for excipients, fillers and separating and binding agents as well as substances that have no place in a health product, especially maltodextrin, stearates, lactose, gluten, sugar, purine, iodine, milk, egg, soya, yeast, flavourings, flavour enhancers, preservatives and colourings.
  • for genetically modified raw materials.
  • if the product is vegan and/ or ketonic, if this is important to you.
  • for synthetic, chemically produced ingredients. Natural ingredients are often not originated from sustainable sources.
  • for inorganic ingredients that have very little bioavailability for our organism.
  • the origin. Germany standards are considered number one in the world for quality, ahead of Switzerland and the USA.

Ingredients

Dandelion root extract (Taraxaci radix), capsule shell: hydroxypropylmethylcellulose, nattokinase, dandelion herb extract (Taraxaci herba)

Free from soy, soy allergens, GMO and vitamins K2 + K1.

In NattoZYM we use dandelion extracts of the highest quality. The plant-extract ratio is 10:1, which means that a daily dose of 2 capsules NattoZYM provides 150 mg of leaf extract and 450 mg of root extract. The total 600 mg of high-dose dandelion extract corresponds to a plant dry mass of 6g or a fresh mass of at least 20 g.

Our nattokinase has peak enzyme activity and is highly dosed with 6,000 FU* per daily recommendation. It is produced by fermentation of GMO-free soybeans and gentle freeze-drying for optimal preservation of enzyme activity. Nattokinase itself is soy-free due to the fermentation process and does not contain any soy allergens.

* FU (Fibrinolytic Unit): indicates the enzyme activity


Content

60 gastro-resistant capsules (28 g) – sufficient for 30 days.

Nutritional values

Nutrients NattoZYM plus per 2 capsules
%-information: Nutrient reference value

NattoZYM plus von dr.reinwald vital - nutritional values

NattoZYM plus and its synergies

Our dr.reinwald vital products have been designed as complex formulations. These active complexes are far more efficient than mono-substances, as they provide the organism with the important synergists and cofactors it needs to optimally support the controlled metabolic processes.

NattoZYM plus is also a synergy complex that develops a unique effect through the combination of high-dose nattokinase with highly concentrated dandelion extracts.

Why the combination of Nattokinase & Dandelion?

Both the enzyme nattokinase and dandelion with its plant substances interact holistically via various metabolic mechanisms in our body: primary and secondary digestion, excretion, immune response, etc.. Two of the properties of dandelion in particular have inspired us to combine it with the enzyme nattokinase. Any proteolysis, i.e. any protein-cleaving activity simultaneously releases nitrogen waste such as ammonia and produces metabolic waste. This in turn requires the liver’s degradation capacity. Due to its well-known ability to stimulate liver metabolism, dandelion therefore provides important co-functions for all enzymatic activities that affect protein metabolism. In other words, the ability of dandelion to promote liver strength is an elementary and therefore extremely useful complement to the powerful fibrinolytic properties of nattokinase. Conversely, nattokinase supports the nutritional spectrum of dandelion. Two partners that are thus ideally made for each other. The dandelion, known as the peasant’s “meadow ginseng”, has a powerful protective and activating function in liver metabolism, and the fermentation product nattokinase is a particularly active enzyme, both digestive and systemic-metabolic. Nature is clever, and we use its powers!

Especially in combination with the right enzymes such as nattokinase, this team builds a very good basis for immune strengthening and prevention. Together with vitamin D and a regular elimination of unwanted pollutants, also with the help of PektiCLEAN® and Glutathion Comp, you can do something very good for the maintenance of his health and immune defence.

Recommended intake

2 capsules daily with good water, 30 minutes before a meal.

Notice: May increase the effect of blood-thinning and anticoagulant medicines.

Suitable for vegans. Suitable for ketogenic diet.


Legal note: This product is for nutrition and therefore does not affect any Drug Act of any country. A good nutritional status can help the organism prevent or to overcome diseases. All statements describe characteristics and physiological effects, which can be different for consumers, and do not constitute a healing or health promise.

Weight 0.050 kg
Dimensions 5 × 5 × 9.3 cm
Label

Vegan

Ingredients

Enzymes

EAN

4260143243610

Category

Food supplement

Goods tarif number

21069098

Country of origin

EU/Germany

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Japan’s people have always been characterized by their cardiovascular health. Part of this phenomenon has been attributed to the consumption of Natto, which therefore has generated a great deal of research interest. Accordingly, after its discovery, the enzyme made a rapid career, initially in the field of nutritional medicine research in Asia, but then also in the West. There are now more than 200 studies showing that nattokinase is an extremely versatile enzyme with numerous beneficial properties and plays a key role in our cardiovascular health. When ingested orally, it penetrates the wall of the small intestine and gets directly into the bloodstream, where it develops a systemic enzyme effect, i.e. it acts in the entire organism. There, as a fibrinolytic enzyme, it contributes to the cleavage of unwanted cell components containing fibrin and is involved in many important metabolic processes. This systemic aspect distinguishes nattokinase significantly from digestive enzymes such as the protein-digesting enzymes pepsin acting in the stomach or trypsin acting in the small intestine, or amylase, which is aimed at digesting starch.

Dandelion, taxonomically known in botany as Taraxacum, is a well-known bitter plant from the daisy family (Asteraceae). All parts of the plant are eaten worldwide as salads or wild vegetables and therefore have a rich tradition in the local cuisines of many continents.

Dandelion also has a long tradition in natural and folk medicine and is often called ”meadow ginseng“ in analogy to ginseng, which has been used in Asian cuisine for over 2,000 years to strengthen self-healing powers. Its English name Dandelion is derived from the French dent de leon, in Spanish diente de leon, in German Löwenzahn. The name refers to the toothed edges of the leaves.

The root of the plant has been used for centuries to stimulate liver, gallbladder and digestive system function and for immune modulation. The leaf is considered diuretic and is used as a digestive stimulant due to its bitter substances. The use of dandelion has always been based not only on the culinary aspect and the enjoyment of the fresh leaves and roots, but also on traditional experience regarding its beneficial and digestive aspects as well as the strengthening of the liver. As a natural diuretic, dandelion flushes the kidneys and urinary tract and helps with the body’s own detoxification and the rapid elimination of toxins.

The most important bioactive ingredients found so far in dandelion are concentrated in the root. These include essential oils and flavonoids/phenolic acids. In dry matter, the root also contains from up to 40 % inulin, which is a particularly valuable prebiotic dietary fiber. In addition, there are about 7.8 % pectin and 8.5 % mucilage, which can bind toxins during excretion, as well as numerous minerals and vitamins. The main bioactive ingredient is considered to be taraxacin, which is contained in the whole plant and also in the milky sap of the plant.

In the leaf we find, among other things, the flavonoids apigenin, quercetin and luteolin. Apigenin is a yellow plant pigment and it also occurs in celery, chamomile and dahlias. Luteolin which is beneficial for healthy sleep, we find it not only in dandelions, but also in numerous other edible plants, e.g. in parsley, artichoke leaves, navel oranges, carrots, celery, olive oil, green pepper, chamomile, peppermint as well as in many spices such as thyme, rosemary and oregano. This shows that a healthy diet based on fresh food is still the best protection against disease. Unfortunately, many of the valuable ingredients are lost through peeling, incorrect storage, especially for too long, as well as heating and other forms of preparation that are not beneficial to the ingredients.
In recent years, numerous researches have brought to light many other hitherto unknown properties of dandelion, and traditional knowledge such as the plant’s ability to stimulate liver metabolism has been proven nutritionally and biochemically. Even nutritional science now recognizes that such plants promote the flow of water in the human body via the above-mentioned regulation of fluid balance in a healthy way, and that this alone already promotes the detoxification work of the kidneys and helps to flush out toxins.

The biochemical mechanisms of action of the dandelion ingredients were still largely unexplored until the turn of the millennium. However, the body of knowledge has since grown massively and, as of the end of 2021, includes almost 900 studies. Beyond the known nutritional and physiological effects, numerous other beneficial effects of the plant have been shown, such as in type 2 diabetes (T2D). The previously unknown antidiabetic and blood sugar regulating properties of dandelion are attributed to the recently discovered chemical bioactive constituents such as chicoric acid, taraxasterol (TS), chlorogenic acid, and sesquiterpene lactones.


*FU (Fibrinolytic Unit): indicates the enzyme activity


References:

Fujita M. et al: Purification and characterization of a strong fibrinolytic enzyme (nattokinase) in the vegetable cheese natto, a popular soybean fermented food in Japan. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 1993 Dec 30;197(3):1340-7. doi: 10.1006/bbrc.1993.2624. PMID: 8280151
2 Compare to the search engine of PubMed, the largest U.S. medical research database: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/?term=Nattokinase
3 Murakami Keiko et al: Inhibition of angiotensin I converting enzyme by subtilisin NAT (nattokinase) in natto, a Japanese traditional fermented food. Food Funct. 2012 Jun;3(6):674-8. doi: 10.1039/c2fo10245e. PMID: 22453301
4 Huang Z. et al: Nattokinase Attenuates Retinal Neovascularization Via Modulation of Nrf2/HO-1 and Glial Activation. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2021 May 3;62(6):25. doi: 10.1167/iovs.62.6.25. PMID: 34036312; PMCID: PMC816437
5 Wichtl Max: Teedrogen und Phytopharmaka: Ein Handbuch für die Praxis, 2009
6 Täufel A. et al., Lebensmittel-Lexikon, 1993.
7 Yarnell and Abascal: Dandelion – Integrative Medicine • Vol. 8, No. 2 • Apr/May 2009
8 Schütz K et al.: Taraxacum – a review on its phytochemical and pharmacological profile. J Ethnopharmacol. 2006;107(3):313-323.
9 Bisset NGet al.: (eds). Herbal Drugs and Phytopharmaceuticals: A Handbook for Practice on a Scientific Basis. CRC Press, Boca Raton 1994, 486-48.
10 Modaresi M et al.: The Effect of Taraxacum officinale Hydroalcoholic Extract on Blood Cells in Mice. Adv Hematol.2012;2012:653412. doi: 10.1155/2012/653412. Epub 2012 Jul 12. PMID: 22844289; PMCID: PMC3401523
11 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/?term=Taraxacum
12 Wirngo FE, Lambert MN, Jeppesen PB. The Physiological Effects of Dandelion (Taraxacum Officinale) in Type 2 Diabetes. Rev Diabet Stud. 2016 Summer-Fall;13(2-3):113-131. doi: 10.1900/RDS.2016.13.113. Epub 2016 Aug 10. PMID: 28012278; PMCID: PMC5553762
13 Tran HTT et al.: In Vitro Effect of Taraxacum officinale Leaf Aqueous Extract on the Interaction between ACE2 Cell Surface Receptor and SARS-CoV-2 Spike Protein D614 and Four Mutants. Pharmaceuticals (Basel). 2021 Oct 17;14(10):1055. doi: 10.3390/ph14101055. PMID: 34681279; PMCID: PMC8538008
1  Fujita M. et al: Purification and characterization of a strong fibrinolytic enzyme (nattokinase) in the vegetable cheese natto, a popular soybean fermented food in Japan. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 1993 Dec 30;197(3):1340-7. doi: 10.1006/bbrc.1993.2624. PMID: 8280151
2 Vgl. dazu die Suchmaschine der größten US-amerikanischen Datenbank für medizinische Forschung PubMed: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/?term=Nattokinase
3 Wichtl Max: Teedrogen und Phytopharmaka: Ein Handbuch für die Praxis, 2009
4 Täufel A. et al., Lebensmittel-Lexikon, 1993.
5 Wirngo FE, Lambert MN, Jeppesen PB. The Physiological Effects of Dandelion (Taraxacum Officinale) in Type 2 Diabetes. Rev Diabet Stud. 2016 Summer-Fall;13(2-3):113-131. doi: 10.1900/RDS.2016.13.113. Epub 2016 Aug 10. PMID: 28012278; PMCID: PMC5553762

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