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Commonly known as the universal anti-oxidant simply because it is effective on both water and fatty tissues providing complete protection to your dog's organs, brain and cells. ALA also acts as an enhancement to the antioxidant benefits of vitamins C and E which can be especially beneficial to older dogs.
A potent anti-inflammatory and pain reliever, blocking different chemicals that cause pain. More than that, astaxanthin reduces the inflammatory compounds that drive many chronic diseases.
Has shown in cell, animal, and human studies to support the absorption of many essential life supporting and health promoting nutrients, such as amino acids, glucose, and vitamins into cells. By allowing a greater amount of these nutrients to pass from the blood stream into the cells, AstraGin provides for truly improved bioavailability.
Beta Carotene is a powerful anti-oxidant and helps to prevent disease and infection as well as support eye health. It acts as a precursor to vitamin A and is important for healthy skin and coat, normal bone development, reproductive health, general eye health and cancer prevention.
Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven. Consult with your veterinarian before using this product in animals; with clotting disorders; being treated with anticoagulant medications; diabetes, or any metabolic disorder causing hyperglycemia; history of urinary tract stones; known allergies to shellfish. If condition worsens, discontinue use and contact your veterinarian. Administer during or after the animal has eaten to reduce incidence of Gastrointestinal upset. Federal law prohibits the off-label use of this product in ruminants.
Both DHA and EPA are naturally occuring Omega 3 fatty acids. Both DHA and EPA are naturally unsaturated and make them easier for the body to break down and utilize. Omega 3 fatty acids are essential to normal metabolism but they are not produced by the body, rather they must be consumed in your dogs daily diet to have any benefit.
Green tea helps with stomach irritation and also has been shown to help reduce cholesterol levels, tooth decay and blood pressure. One of the strange benefits Green Tea offers is that it keeps your dogs breath fresher and their stool less smelly. Green Tea is also suspected to help prevent cancer but studies are mixed on the level of prevention.
Lutein and Zeaxanthin are very powerful anti-oxidants found in many leafy green vegetable and brightly colored fruits and vegetables. Both ingredients are highly concentrated in the part of your dogs retina responsible for vision sharpness and accuracy. Your dogs body doesn't produce these anti-oxidants so they must be consumed by your dog to be utilized.
N-Cetyl-L Cysteine (NAC), is a powerful antioxidant and free radical scavenger! NAC helps to neutralize toxins and pollutants from your dogs envirinment including heavy metal accumulations in the liver and kidneys. NAC provides the body, liver and all cells with increased glutathione and the antioxidant protection they need to better perform their functions. NAC is an amino acid that when taken orally is well absorbed and utilized by your dogs body and helps delay muscle fatigue, accelerate muscle growth and support respiratory health.
We then added in vitamins and minerals critical to your dog's overall health to make Complete Me a truly all-in-one supplement, replacing multiple other store bought supplements. The best part is that we use an all natural cheese flavor that dogs go crazy for, you won't be playing princess and the pea any longer!
Selenium is both a naturally occuring mineral and antioxidant nutrient which helps your dog in a number of ways. Selenium protects cell membranes and prevents free radical generation as well as preserves skin elasticity. It also slows down the aging and hardening of tissues due to oxidative stressors and prevents dry, flaky skin. A deficiency in Selenium can result in premature aging, heart disease and dry, flaky or sagging skin.
These naturally occuring vitamins are just as important for your dog as they are for you! Here's a short list of the benefits your dog receives by ensuring they're getting enough of them:
Zinc is the most abundant intracellular trace element and is involved in a large variety of enzymic, structural and regulatory physiological functions. One of the critical structural functions of zinc is as a stabilizer of phospholipids and thio groups within cell membranes.