Reduce oxidative stress an average of 40% in 30 days
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Visibly younger looking skin in 28 days
Formulated to reduce oxidative stress in your dog
Canine Health’s unique formulation uses Nrf2-activating ingredients, along with collagen and omega-3 fatty acids and is designed to:
He’s your companion, your friend and your playmate. Your dog is part of the family. That’s why we’ve introduced LifeVantage® Canine Health, a supplement formulated to preserve your relationship with the dog or dogs you love.
Reducing oxidative stress in dogs may help the problems associated with normal aging in canines—decreased social interaction, loss of prior house-training, sleep disturbance and decreased mobility.
The combined active ingredients in LifeVantage Canine Health may provide dogs with the opportunity to be more active and involved in everyday life and family activities.
The first canine supplement formulated to combat oxidative stress through Nrf2 activation, Canine Health is the result of our collaboration with world-renowned pet product formulator William Barnett, DVM. Together, we created a product specifically formulated and properly dosed for canine consumption—a delicate balance that uses the same active ingredients as Protandim but also includes omega-3 fatty acids and collagen, making it like no other canine supplement on the market.
Canine Health’s unique formulation uses marine sources for omega-3 fatty acids, EPA and is an excellent source of DHA, which is virtually absent from canine diets.
With the tastes of bacon, chicken and liver, all in a chewable tablet, giving your dog Canine Health will be simple. This all-in-one supplement eliminates the need to purchase separate collagen and omega-3 fatty acids supplements.
Nrf2-activating ingredients for your pets.
It has been used for hundreds of years as a liver protectant and to support liver function and relieve digestive disturbances. Studies have been conducted since the 1970s on the plant’s medicinal properties, and increasing research continues today on milk thistle’s physiological effects and therapeutic properties.
Turmeric is a rhizomatous herbaceous perennial plant of the ginger family, Zingiberaceae. Native to tropical South Asia, it needs temperatures between 20°C and 30°C, as well as a considerable amount of annual rainfall, to thrive.
Traditionally, it has been used for flatulence, jaundice, menstrual difficulties, hemorrhage and colic. Research is also under way to examine its ability as an antioxidant.
Green tea comes from a tea plant native to Asia called Camellia Sinensis, the same plant that is the source of black tea. What makes green tea different, and green, is not the plant used to make the tea, but how it is processed.
This much-studied extract, produced from Camellia Sinensis leaves in China, is used as a source of antioxidants for the preservation of good health. It is also used as an aid to promote weight management.
Ashwagandha grows as a short shrub with a central stem from which branches extend radially in a star pattern and covered with a dense matte of wooly hairs. The flowers are small and green, while the ripe fruit is orange-red and has milk-coagulating properties.
Traditionally, this herb was used a tonic to raise energy levels and improve general health and longevity. More recently, ashwagandha has generated interest in the study of its antistress and antioxidant properties.
Bacopa extract is taken from the succulent leaves of a small creeping plant commonly found growing throughout damp and marshy wetlands of India. This herb, with its small white flowers, is often mistaken for a water lily, although the two are unrelated.
Recent research has focused on the plant's effects on memory, learning and concentration.
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