Q: What is Cardiomyopathy?

A: Cardiomyopathy (literally “heart muscle disease”) is the measurable deterioration of the function of the myocardium (the heart muscle) for any reason, usually leading to heart failure; common symptoms are dyspnea (breathlessness) and peripheral edema (swelling of the legs). People with cardiomyopathy are often at risk of dangerous forms of irregular heart beat and sudden cardiac death.[1] The most common form of cardiomyopathy is dilated cardiomyopathy.

Q: I am a little confused about Nattokinase, if there is a blood clot, and Natto disolves it, could it not then detach and lodge somewhere else, cause a stroke or emboli? Next question is it safe to take both Natto and Serrapeptase? Lastly, I suffer from angina, almost daily now. My doctors wanted me to have an angiogram, which I refused. I was wondering that since the general consensus is that there is narrowing, which product should I take. The opinion of the doctors is that the angina (often now, daily) are likely caused by narrowing. Six years ago, a scan showed three areas of small calcification on the circumflex of the heart. I reacted to the contrast dye, and have since refused all medical interventions.

I have been taking Natto for about three weeks, now, and do not see much improvement. I bought it from two different companies, and not sure if I am on the correct dosage. My GP is supportive, and of course, I agree that if I should require emergency procedures, I would go ahead. Meanwhile, based on all I read, would you agree that Serrapeptase is a good choice, and if so, which is the highest safe dose I could start on?



A: Natto is only one of the things you need to get a healthy heart. Read more on this link below on my full plan and raise a ticket at www.GoodHealthHelpDesk.com with any questions you may have on it. Angina (Cardiomyopathy) Health Plan and Angina (Cardiomyopathy) Health Activity Plan



Q: I started taking Serrapeptase Plus (40,000 i.u) as of Sept 4. You had instructed me to also drink 500 ml water with 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda six times a day. Your recommendations were based on my problem of having chest pains (angina) on exertion. Later, I had mentioned that I also have frothy urine with protein (+ 2) for many many years now. I felt quite good for the first 4 to 5 days but lately it appears that the progress has halted. Also, I have not been very good at drinking as much water as I should. First day I did 500ml 6 times a day.

Each day thereafter, I have not been able to keep up with the water intake. Last few days, it has been only 48 ounces. It may have to do with the fact that I am mostly sitting down and not doing too much physically. It’s like a catch 22; doing physical things causes chest pains and fatigue and inactivity causes lack of thirst. My blood pressure reading today was 154/85, pulse 69. I also feel a constant heaviness, numbness and pressure in the head.

I will be needing to reorder the Serrapeptase in the next few days. I would like to know if I should continue to take the Serrapeptase Plus with the water/baking soda. or something else? I am curious whether taking baking soda for extended periods will have any side effects?



A: You urgently need to resolve this angina. The heart muscle must be nourished with CoEnzyme q10. You need to take HySorbQ10 2 capsules x 2 times per day with food. This is the equivalent of 400mg of ordinary CoQ10.

Change to BlockBuster instead of just serrapeptase and take 2 x 3 times per day for the first month and then drop to 1 x 3.

Do you eat fish? Make sure you eat oil fish 4 time per week or take Fish Oil Or Krill Oil daily

Active Life contains 90 Vitamins and minerals and take 15ml x 2 times per day.

Did you stop eating starchy carbs as I suggested? I am sending food ideas in my next email.

Stay with the water.

Angina is serious and do not exercise or get anxious until you are on the above plan for 4 weeks. If you are an anxious person then take Relaxwell 1 x 3 times per day before eating.



Q: Please could you advise me on which Serrapeptase to purchase? I have very low level angina but can avoid trouble if I live reasonably – not easy! I take aspirin and Ezetrol daily. The more common statins caused me problems in my feet and legs – Atenonol lowered my blood pressure too low. I had one TIA three years ago, possibly caused by the Atenonol. I am 69 years old. I would be grateful to receive a reply from you.


A: SerraPlus+ should be fine but BlockBuster may be better. You may decide this is better than taking all of your drugs with their side effects. Diet change will also help but doctors do not have any training on proper foods and so may give wrong advice.