Our seniors blend has been carefully formulated to support the healthy ageing of your beloved pet, featuring a unique combination of plants that support digestive health, immune system health, cognitive health and joint health. It features compounds with antioxidant activity, which is a process that helps to protect cells from the oxidative stress that is typical of the ageing process and associated with the onset of disease.
What ingredients are in our Natural Senior Dog Supplement
Lutein Powder is an carotenoid made from the Marigold Flower, and the organic pigment that gives the flower its golden colour. Lutein is known for its role in eye health, largely due to the fact that lutein is also found in the eyes. These properties may be useful in supporting the eye health of ageing dogs.
Turkey Tail Mushrooms are a type of edible fungi that have been used in Eastern medicine for centuries for their immune system supporting qualities. They are a potent source of antioxidants, including flavonoids and phenols. These compounds may support your senior dog by fighting the cell damage associated with ageing.
Curcumin is the polyphenol compound and plant pigment most commonly known for its concentration in the herb turmeric. It has been used medicinally and as a spice for thousands of years and research suggests it is a strong antioxidant that may support the body’s fight again inflammation, which is never more important than in an ageing animal.
Quercetin is a plant compound from the flavonoid family, a group of phytochemicals found in many fruits and vegetables. It has antioxidant properties, which help to protect the body from the oxidative stress caused by free radical damage. Free radicals are produced naturally, but may increase the risk of chronic diseases, especially in age.
Bromelain is a group of protease enzymes found in the pineapple plant, which facilitate the digestion of protein. In traditional medicine bromelain has historically been used as a natural pain reliever.
Blueberries are one of the richest food sources of antioxidants, which play an important role in fighting the ageing process and supporting the health of the immune system. They get much of their antioxidant properties from the plant pigments anthocyanins, which also give them their blue colour. They are also rich in vitamins A and C, and quercetin.