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World Nutrition | Cardiovascular Formula

  • Supports cardiovascular health
  • Nattokinase helps dissolve blood clots
  • Helps lower C-Reactive Protein, a marker for potential heart disease
  • May help reduce arterial plaque
  • Enzymes help provide relief of inflammation and pain
  • CoQ10 helps limit formation of blood clots

Each year approximately 700,000 people in the United States die of heart disease. That is about 30% of all U.S. deaths. Poor diet choices and lack of exercise contribute to cardiovascular disease and coronary heart disease. Reducing plaque build up, vascular inflammation, and fibrin, a protein found in blood clots, can improve cardiovascular health. This goal can be accomplished through a combination of healthy eating, regular exercise, and adding a natural supplement like VitalzymSEB.

Combining unique enzymes with other heart friendly supplements, VitalzymSEB provides vital support for cardiovascular health. SEBkinase, a proprietary blend of the enzymes Nattokinase and Serrapeptase, is the centerpiece of the formula. It is complemented by high-potency enzymes Protease and Lipase, and natural plant enzymes Bromelain and Papain. CoQ10 and Magnesium round out the heart healthy elements.

SEBkinase’s primary enzyme is Nattokinase, an enzyme found in Natto, a cheese made from soybeans in Japan. Because of its ability to dissolve the protein fibrin (a chief element of blood clots) researchers have attached a number of potential benefits to Nattokinase. It may help reduce the build up of arterial plaque, a leading sign of heart disease. Nattokinase helps remove fibrin from the blood stream potentially lowering the risk of blood clots. It may also lessen vascular inflammation. In studies Nattokinase prevented the aggregation of red blood cells.

Serrapeptase is another enzyme which complements Nattokinase and makes up SEBkinase. It is found in the digestive system of the silkworm which uses it to dissolve the cocoon. Serrapeptase breaks down protein like fibrin and is particularly helpful in reducing inflammation and providing pain relief.

Coenzyme Q 10 (CoQ10) is found throughout the body and is central to the cell’s production of energy. CoQ10 is often used in treating or preventing heart disease. It appears to have the ability to limit the formation of blood clots.

Magnesium is a cofactor of over 300 enzymes and is essential for heart health.

Research into the affects of VitalzymSEB documented its ability to lower levels of C-Reactive Protein. This blood test is a marker for the presence of acute inflammation. There is a strong correlation between vascular inflammation and heart disease.

Individuals should not take anti-coagulation medicine and Nattokinase concurrently except under the supervision of a physician. Stop using VitalzymSEB two weeks prior to surgery.

Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, take 1 capsule three times daily, or as directed by your healthcare provider. Take capsules at least 30 minutes before a meal, 60 minutes after a meal, or any time in-between meals with water.

Supplemental Facts
Serving Size: 1 Capsule(s)

IngredientsPer Serving% DV
Calories 4   *
Total Fat 0 g   *
Cholesterol 0 g   *
Total Carbohydrate 0.6 g   *
Protein 0.3 g   *
Sodium 7 mg *
Proprietary Enzyme Blend SEBkinase (blend of Nattokinase and Serratiopeptidase), Bromelain, Papain, Lipase, Protease, Rutin, Amla, CoQ10, and Magnesium 500 mg *
* Daily Value Not Established


Other Ingredients: Maltodextrin and vegetable capsules


Contains No Added: artificial flavors, wheat, yeast, or gluten.

Caution: Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool, dry place with lid tightly closed. If you are pregnant, lactating, taking anti-coagulants, blood thinners, or have a history of thinning blood in your family, do not take this product without direction and supervision from your medical provider. Discontinue use 2 weeks prior to surgery.

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  • http://www.americanheart.org
  • http://www.heartinfo.org/
  • http://www.womenheart.org/
  • http://www.bbc.co.uk/health/conditions/heart/

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