Bacillopeptidase F: Its Impact on Metabolic Syndrome Disorder

Metabolic disorders, especially overweight and obesity, diabetes, and dyslipidemia are some of the most common illnesses all over the world, carrying a high burden of cardiovascular morbidity and mortality.

In this free webinar, renowned integrative physician Fred Pescatore, MD, will share the science on a soy-derived fibrinolytic enzyme called Bacillopeptidase F, which is shown to improve circulation and normalize biomarkers associated with metabolic disorders. 

These biomarkers include: Hemoglobin A1c, fibrinogen, hS-CRP, total Cholesterol, HDL-cholesterol, LDL- cholesterol, triglycerides and more.

Isolated from natto, a traditional Japanese fermented soy food, Bacillopeptidase F Proprietary Blend (BFFB) is a fibrinolytic protease which can reduce plasminogen activator inhibitor (PAI-1). When elevated, PAI-1 can impede normal blood circulation.

BFPB, available as a dietary supplement called Plasmanex1® from Daiwa Health Development, maintains healthy circulation by keeping plasmin and thrombin in balance. It improves circulation, but does not thin the blood or interfere with blood-thinning medications.

In this program, you will learn about:

  • Readily available cardiometabolic biomarkers for assess and follow-up of varied patient groups
  • The uses of BFPB in the clinical setting to optimize patient care
  • The potential impact of this unique soy-derived compound in clinical care

Fred Pescatore, MD, MPH, is a Manhattan-based conventionally trained internist who specializes in nutritional medicine. He is a globally renowned health, nutrition, and weight loss expert, as well as the author of 9 books including the New York Times bestsellers, The Hamptons Diet, and The A-List Diet. He is the former president of the International and American Association of Clinical Nutritionists.

Following a residency at New York Medical College, Dr. Pescatores extraordinary journey in complementary medicine began in the early 1990s with Dr. Robert Atkins at the Atkins Center for Complementary Medicine. He then opened his globally recognized medical center, Medicine 369, in New York City. His rapid expanding practice is credited as one of the most effective and successful integrative medical centers in the world, helping tens of thousands of people over in his thirty years of clinical experience. Dr. Pescatore has studied in America, Southeast Asia, India, Japan, Africa, and Europe, and is sought after as one of the frontline educators and visionaries improving health care and human life.

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