Supplemental Facts & Serving Size

Natto LP™
Supplemental Facts & Ingredients
CAPSULES PER BOTTLE: 120 count bottle.
Directions: Take one capsule in the morning on an empty stomach and one capsule in the evening on an empty stomach before bed for maintenance dosage (60 day supply). Take two capsules twice daily for a therapeutic dose (30 day supply). Always take on an empty stomach or 2 hours after a meal with 8 oz. of water. Take each day consistently for best results. We also recommend taking our digestive enzymes with your meals to assist in proper digestion and absorption.
Ingredients Amt/1 capsule Function of Each Enzyme
(Ingredients Per Capsule)

pH range is 5.5 to 10
1,000 FU Breaks down fibrin.
pH range is 4 to 10
180,000 FCC/HUT Breaks down proteins.
pH range is 4 to 9
3,500 FCC/HUT Breaks down protein peptides.
pH range is 3 to 8
12,000 FCC/FIP Breaks down fats and oil. (triglycerides and lipids)
pH range is 4 to 10
6,000 FCC/DU Breaks down carbohydrates and starches.
pH range is 3 to 6
40 FCC/AGU Breaks down carbohydrates and starches.
pH range is 2.7 to 5.7
1,000 FCC/CU Breaks down plant fibers.
Ionic Trace Minerals 40 MG Enzyme Cofactors.
Other Ingredients: Vegetable Capsule (Vegetable Cellulose, Water), Rice Extract



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