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Super Green Foods for Pets

Spirulina a blue-green algae is densely packed with fully absorbable protein that contains a full spectrum of amino acids that absorb rapidly into your pet’s bloodstream.

Spirulina is about 60 percent protein in its natural form, so it contains more protein gram-for-gram than meat. It is also a source of essential fatty acids, antioxidants and phytonutrients. It is a wonderful whole food for pets.

Spirulina has natural anti-inflammatory properties. It is very effective in fighting inflammation in the body and ‘-itis’ conditions like dermatitis, stomatitis, colitis and arthritis.

It is the rich source of essential fatty acids in spirulina that helps manage inflammation and also promotes healthy skin and coat.

Because it’s so high in protein, it’s excellent, species-appropriate fuel for carnivorous animals. And because it’s a blue-green algae, vegetarian animals are also able to assimilate it well.

Spirulina is loaded with micronutrients and trace minerals, so it can nourish your pet’s body in the event her diet is nutrient-deficient.

 

Spirulina for mobility issues

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  • Arthritis is the most common mobility issue in cats and dogs, and signs of discomfort can often be subtle

  • In addition to stiff movements and sometimes a limp, less recognizable symptoms include changes in your pet’s grooming, eating or exercise habits and/or changes in personality or interaction with family members

  • There are many natural substances and therapies that can be very beneficial in relieving your pet’s joint discomfort


The most common mobility issue in pets is osteoarthritis, also called degenerative joint disease (DJD). And while arthritis is primarily related to aging and is more prevalent in large and giant breeds, it can affect pets of all ages and sizes, male and female.

Unlike people with arthritis, pets can't tell us where or how much they hurt, nor can they seek relief for their pain. That's why it's up to pet parents to stay alert for signs of discomfort, as well as subtle changes in a pet's habits and behaviour that might also signal a problem.

Most people are aware that a pet with arthritis may limp, is likely to move more slowly or stiffly and can have difficulty standing up after lying down. But there are other, less noticeable signs that pet parents should also watch out for.



Keeping your Pet’s healthy and relieving their Discomfort

There are many natural substances and therapies that have been shown to be beneficial for pets with arthritis.

All 45 Essentials makes caring for your pets easy by combining all essentials into simple to use products. Two products are offered:

    1. Spirulina/Whey blend – this is best if your pet needs urgent improvement
    2. All 45 essentials blend – this is best for maintaining your pet health

Note: This article is partly sourced and adapted from Healthy Pets by Mercola