Antioxidants For Cats & Dogs | Dr Mercola | 135g
One of the most important things you can do to help protect your pet from oxidative free radical damage is to make sure they receive adequate antioxidants each day. Antioxidants help gobble up and neutralize free radicals in your pet’s body before they can damage your pet’s brain, heart and other organs.
Research shows that by supplementing antioxidants, you can increase the level of circulating antioxidants in your pet’s bloodstream and help protect cellular materials from oxidative damage. This plays a key role against the effects of excessive cellular aging.
- Provide cellular support for the brain, heart, muscles, skin, eyes, liver, kidneys, and other organs
- Helps protect cells from the damage caused by free radicals.
- Completely plant and fruit based ingredients
- Provides an antioxidant value of 5,000 ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) units per scoop
Acerola Fruit Extract
An outstanding source of natural bioavailable vitamin C and polyphenolic antioxidant compounds, both with free radical-scavenging abilities
Red Raspberry Fruit Powder
A valuable source of polyphenols with potent antioxidant activity as well as vitamin C and minerals
Naturally Decaffeinated Green Tea Leaf Extract (standardized to provide 60 mg Polyphenols)
Contains polyphenols and catechins for immune and cell health support
Japanese Knotweed (standardized to provide 25 mg Resveratrol)
This naturally occurring polyphenol helps protect the liver, brain and other organs against toxins and oxidative damage
Acerola Fruit Extract, Red Raspberry Fruit Powder, Naturally Decaffeinated Green Tea Leaf Extract, Japanese Knotweed, Beef Liver Concentrate, Organic Tapioca (Cassava [Root]) Maltodextrin, Silicon Dioxide.
Administer orally, once per day.
For use in cats & dogs only. Recommended to help reduce the negative effects of oxidative stress.
DISCLAIMER: This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. All information provided on this site is for educational purposes and should not be construed as medical advice.