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Oil that supports mobility and looks after the brain and mood of the older dog.
Fish oil's omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin E optimize kidney function in dogs suffering from kidney failure. In addition to omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin E, NutrolinÆ SENIOR also contains ubiquinone (Q10) and thus also supports the health of dogs suffering from heart failure. Why should I give it? As the dog gets older, the body's defense mechanisms weaken. A chronic low-grade inflammation and oxidative stress burdens the body. Fish oil's omega-3 fatty acids protect the elderly body against inflammatory reactions. The antioxidants vitamin E and ubiquinone (Q10) protect against oxidative stress. The omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants have a visible effect in older dogs: more mobile joints and better mood. The composition also supports the functions of the heart and kidneys. Recommended for dogs over 8 years old to large breeds. The older dog needs support The typical zest for life and the joy of movement associated with dogs also belong to the old dog's rights. Unfortunately, the zest for life still seems to decrease and the joy of movement disappears as the dog ages. The cause is age-related problems and the changes in the body that these cause: chronic low-grade inflammation and oxidative stress. Oxidative stress refers to a condition in the body when there is an imbalance between factors that cause oxidation in the cells and factors that protect against this oxidation. The right nutritional support helps the aging dog to maintain its functional capacity. A safe oil supplement NutrolinÆ SENIOR oil's omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin E and ubiquinone support the older dog's body. The combination of omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants helps the dog more effectively than these do as separate nutrients. The quality and durability of the fish oil are extremely important aspects for the old dog because oxidized oil burdens the body's natural antioxidant protection. NutrolinÆ oils' protective methods have become increasingly effective over the years. Thanks to this, SENIOR was the oil preparation with the best shelf life when Charlotte Jacobsen's team conducted a study on the subject at the Technical University of Denmark in 2015. Suppress the body's chronic inflammation As the dog ages, chronic low-grade inflammation occurs in the body, which in many ways affects the dog's ability to function. As a result, the dog's joints wear out and the muscle mass decreases more and more rapidly. In the older dog's body, the muscle cells' energy factories, the mitochondria, weaken. This is partly due to the harmful effect of oxygen radicals ie. on oxidative stress and partly on the fact that there is not enough ubiquinone in the body. A young dog produces enough ubiquinone, but as the dog ages, the production of ubiquinone decreases, i.e. Q10. Ubiquinone is both a coenzyme and an antioxidant. As a coenzyme, it catalyzes the cells' energy production and as an antioxidant, it protects the cells against the harmful effects of oxygen radicals that occur during energy production. The right fatty acids, vitamin E and ubiquinone togetherNutrolinÆ SENIOR is a nutritional oil that contains fish oil, vitamin E and ubiquinone. The combination cares for the old dog's body in many ways. Thanks to the exceptionally versatile composition of omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants, SENIOR is also effective as nutritional support for all dogs suffering from heart failure, regardless of the dog's age. According to research, the combination of fish oil's omega-3 fatty acids vitamin E and ubiquinone supports the heart's functions (Freeman et al. 1998 Sagols & Priymenko 2011). Ingredients Manufacturing substances: Fish oil - omega-3 EPA + DHA 200 mg/ml Natural additives in vegetable oil: Ubiquinone (coenzyme Q) 3 mg/ml Vitamin E (d-alpha-tocopherol) 25 mg/ml Tocopherol extract Rosemary extractDosageDog's weight kgml5251052075301050158020Daily dosage together with the dog's food or separately. Tasty and simple for daily use. An opened bottle is stored in the refrigerator and consumed within four months.