Recognized today as a "superfood", it helps boost the immune system, fight against malnutrition, promote cholesterol reduction in addition to providing a host of trace elements to the body.
1. For his immune system :
Studies have shown that the seaweed has the effect of inhibiting the production of histamine, a molecule that can cause allergies in dogs. Perfect for pets with seasonal and food allergies.
The presence of antioxidants and minerals also help boost animals' immune systems and increase their resistance to bacteria.
2. For his skin, hair, eyes, teeth:
As owners, you know that a dog's health is often seen on the outside. The change of season, a deficiency or temporary stress can cause hair loss in the animal or some other symptom visible to the naked eye ...
However, the combined action of fatty acids, vitamins and trace elements present in the seaweed improves the health of the skin.
Spirulina is loaded with zeaxanthin and lutein. These antioxidants are extremely important for eye health, so it may prove useful in the prevention and treatment of cataracts, glaucoma and progressive retinal atrophy, diabetic retinitis, nephritic retinal damage and hardening. retinal blood vessels (angiosclerosis).
As it concerns the teeth, spirulina can also have an impact on the fight against tartar and gingivitis. Its calcium and phosphorus content can help remineralize teeth, but its richness in vitamin C and K and its antibacterial properties can also help fight dental tartar.
3. For his stomach:
On this point, the action is quite impressive. The seaweed has the same effect as a prebiotic on the dog's body, that is to say, it provides intestinal bacteria beneficial to its health and controls the proper balance of the intestinal flora.
4. In his blood :
The high chlorophyll and phycocyanin (which gives the blue-green color) in seaweed are said to help the body to produce new blood cells.
5. For recovery after exercise :
Due to its high mineral and protein content, spirulina is the ally of athletic dogs
6. Against diseases linked to aging:
Spirulina is also believed to have an action against osteoarthritis in dogs.
🛑 Spirulina is formally not recommended for dogs suffering from hyperuricosuria, which is the case for Dalmatian dogs, in particular. 🛑
Directions: 1/4 teaspoon per 25 lbs of weight per day.
150 gram bag
Simply sprinkle your pet's food.