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Doctor's Best, Best Nattokinase, 2000 FU, 30 Veggie Caps

$5.25
$9.99
Savings of: $4.74 (47% off)
4.5 out of 5 based on 48 reviews
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Best Nattolinaise, 30 veggie Caps.

1 person found the following review helpful

Posted by Reviewer3181077 on Apr 27, 2011

It seems to be OK, tablets are small, easy to take. We don't know yet completely if it works since we haven't had our blood tested after using this brand.

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Didn't feel great

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Posted by yourhealthsuccess on Jan 10, 2009

I tried these and I didn't feel well on them. Felt dizzy.

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May help with Lyme biofilm removal--talk to your LLMD or other Lyme literate practitioner

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Posted by WildSweetVermont on Jul 21, 2012

Someone in my life has chronic Lyme disease, so I try to learn all I can to help. Herbalist Stephen Buhner, author of "Healing Lyme" and many other excellent books also has a specific website to address healing Lyme. That's where I first learned of nattokinase used to remove Lyme biofilm. I appreciate that nattokinase is made from fermented soybeans. I know that some folks rave about lumbrokinase, but I can't deal with the thought of a supplement made from worm by-products. Nattokinase is also *much* more affordable. Remember to always check with your own doctor to make sure that a supplement is right for you and won't interfere with other things you are taking, especially with any chronic or serious illness. "LLMD" stands for "Lyme literate medical doctor," someone who has more experience in diagnosing and treating Lyme disease. Lyme manifests differently in people, often with different co-infections, so what is right for one (or at one stage of the game) might not be right for another. Take good care of yourself, and heal well! :)

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Great deal on Natto

Posted by Reviewer1698632 on Apr 29, 2009

I've told so many people about Nattokinase and told them to research for themselves.

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Nattokinase-Doctor's Best

Posted by Reviewer1040309 on Aug 15, 2008

Best value.

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