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Dr, Joel Wallach is excited to in introduce ARTHRYDEX nutritional pet product from Youngevity.

Dr. Wallach, BS, DVM, ND has been touring our country and world for many years educating people about the importance of nutrition and supplementation, but what about our pets? Thanks to Youngevity and Dr. Wallach we can help all the animals of the world too! This exciting product is based on nutrition designed especially for pets of all kinds.

Simply put ARTHRYDEX is: "fortified food for joint mobility"

The vitamin content is good for overall general health, bones, teeth, skin and coat.

The Amino Acid Profile tells us that these particular amino acids are building blocks for all proteins and healthy functions of the liver.

The Enzyme Activity is especially good for all animals, digestion-enzymes are lost as the animal ages and ArthryDex puts back the enzymes for optimum health.

Brewers Yeast is included for all the B vitamins that are essential for all living creatures and is very beneficial at repelling fleas and ticks naturally.

Beef gelatin is for collagen and joints and of course, glucosamine sulfate for lubricating joints. This is very beneficial for pets with growing pains, old age, arthritis or hip dysphasia.

ARTHRYDEX contains over 70 trace minerals and all 90 essential nutrients your pets needs for a long healthy life. It is made out of high quality human-grade ingredients and the minerals are mined from one source in Utah. This product contains no wheat, corn ,soy, salt, sugar, dairy products, artificial colorings, flavoring or preservatives.

Dr. Joel Wallach, BS, DVM, ND was a research veterinary pathologist for over 30 years and worked closely with Marlin Perkins ( Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom) in zoos across America as well as around the world. He has done extensive research in relation to nutritional deficiencies and disease while conducting 17,000 necropsy's on over 400 species on animals and 3000 autopsy's on humans for comparison. With all this research Dr. Wallach concluded quote:

 

"EVERYONE WHO DIES OF NATURAL CAUSES REALLY DIES OF A NUTRITIONAL DEFICIENCY DISEASE."

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ArthryDex- Formulated to support healthy bones, joints, and overall health in small and large animals.

Supplement Details

 

Why EFA's are important?

 

Essential Fatty Acids are vital nutrients that have an impact on every cell in our animals' bodies (and our own), and contribute to the functioning of the brain, gastrointestinal, cardiovascular and immune systems, and wound healing.

 Linoleic acid, liolenic acid and arachidonic acid are the three unsaturated EFAs our animal companions need. Plants produce linoleic and linolenic acids, while animals (except cats) produce arachidonic acid, which plays an important role in the control of  blood clotting, pain and inflammation, and even normal feline reproduction.

Linoleic acid is a source of omega-6 fatty acids, found in a variety of oils such as sunflower, evening primrose, and borage. Linolenic acid provides omega-3 fatty acids, like that found in cold water fish including salmon, mackerel, halibut and herring. Fresh ground wheat germ, flax seeds, and walnuts also contain linolenic acid.

Dr. Donal R.Strombeck, DVM, PhD, author of Home-Prepared Dog and Cat Diets: the Healthy Alternative, says that a normal dog or cat require linoleic acid at adietary level of about 1%, which translates to about 2% of daily total calories. Cats also need a source of arachidonic acid, and because linoleic acid does not provide it thay must est meat to meet this dietary requirement, or get a form of fish oil. There are a few exceptions to this rule, because borage oil, red currant seed oil, and evening primrose oil all contain arachidonic acid.

How to Stop Dog Itching From the Inside Out

 Skin conditions are one of the most common reasons people bring their dog to the veterinarian---itching, rashes and hair loss are extremely common. Itching is a symptom often of allergies, parasites or simply poor nutrition. While it's very important to have your dog diagnosed by a veterinarian for any skin condition, treating your dog from the inside out with good nutrition and supplements might be all it takes to stop the itching.
Instructions
    • 1

      Change your dog's food. While many people are unwilling to commit to a home-cooked or raw diet, there are plenty of alternatives for feeding a dog good nutrition with high protein, high fat and few carbohydrates.

    • 2

      Ditch the "weight control" kibble. According to Dr. Susan Wynn, executive director of the Georgia Holistic Veterinary Medical Association, vets can tell when a dog is eating this because it has dry skin, a poor coat---and it's still fat. Feed a higher quality food and supplement with cooked vegetables for bulk if you think your dog needs it.

    • 3

      Add fish oil to your dog's food. This supplies omega 3 fatty acids, something most commercial dog food is lacking. Fish oil is a natural anti-inflammatory and benefits the skin and coat. You can also add some omega 3-rich canned salmon, mackerel or sardines to your dog's food.

    • 4

      Give your dog a probiotic per day. Usually recommended for gastrointestinal issues, they can improve a dog's overall health, including better skin and coat and fewer allergic reactions, according to researchers at Oklahoma State Center for Veterinary Sciences.

    • 5

      Exercise your dog. Excessive scratching, licking and chewing can be caused by boredom, under-stimulation and stress--all conditions easily treated with some brisk exercise or playing.



 
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