What goes into the Super Nutrient Blend?

It’s important that our canine friends receive a complete diet consisting of vitamins, minerals, enzymes, essential fatty acids, powerful antioxidants, and digestive microflora. As dog owners ourselves, we believe in creating our recipes with only natural ingredients for our dogs to get the best out of each meal.

Here’s a look at the ingredients that go into the all natural and organic supplement mix suitable for adult dogs of all breeds.

Organic Kelp
Offering the broadest range of minerals of any food, kelp is an excellent source of iodine, vitamin K, B-vitamins, magnesium, iron, calcium, pantothenic acid, and lignans.

Organic Stabilized Flaxseed
A rich source of essential fatty acids, Omega-3 & Omega-6; promoting normal cell function and enabling necessary energy metabolism, cardiovascular, and immune health.

Whole Fish Protein
Using fish from New Zealand, this fish protein powder is highly absorbable and a source predigested protein, offering amino acids for proper development; the perfect alternative to using beef liver.

Calcium Ascorbate
Using Ester-C®, a patented form of Vitamin C, it is four times more readily utilised by body tissue than basic Vitamin C. As an important constituent of connective tissue, Ester C® also serves as a chondroprotective, anti-inflammatory and immunoresponsive substance. Ester-C® is also easy on the stomach lining.

Organic Garlic
A powerful antioxidant with antifungal and anti-bacterial properties, garlic has been used for centuries as a deterrent for biting insects and also aids in the control of intestinal parasites.

Lecithin
A key building block of all cell membranes and their structure and integrity, preventing them from becoming hard and rigid. Lecithin also protects cells from the hazardous effects of oxidation and keeps fats emulsified, keeping fat levels in the body properly balanced and maintained. Lecithin also promotes better cell and organ functioning.

Lipase
A digestive enzyme needed to help break down fats into essential fatty acids needed to ensure healthy cells. Lipase also promotes healthy cholesterol levels, maintenance of healthy weight and promotes the process of cell permeability ensuring that the body can effectively absorb nutrients.

Protease
A digestive enzyme that breaks down peptide bonds in proteins into the building blocks of amino acids, which can then be easily absorbed by the body through the intestinal walls. Protease also decreases the alkalinity of blood, which can help protect against calcium-deficiencies.

Amylase
A digestive enzyme that helps break down sugars and starches (complex carbohydrates), which are then converted into monosaccharides used by the body for energy.

Hemicellulase
A digestive enzyme used to help digest plant materials.

Cellulase
A digestive enzyme that breaks down cellulose fiber into glucose which is then used by the body for energy. It is also essential in the building of cell membranes.

Bromelain
Found in pineapples, this digestive enzyme helps break down proteins into amino acids. Used mainly as an anti-inflammatory, it can also treat a number of conditions.

Papain
A digestive enzyme found in papaya that breaks down proteins into amino acids which are then available for use by the body.

Lactobacillus Cidophilus
One of the best-known good bacteria and is needed for maintaining a healthy and balanced intestinal micrflora. It also aids in the prevention of yeast overgrowth, boosts immune function and increases infection resistance, enhances the digestion of lactose

Bifidobacterium Longum
An important good bacteria needed for maintaining a healthy intestinal tract, it prevents the growth of harmful bacteria and boosts the immune system.

Fructooligosaccharide
A prebiotic which helps stimulate both growth and activity of the probiotics Bifidobacterium longum, and Lactobacillus acidophilus.

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