Key Ingredients for Dogs Joint Health
Here is a list of common Joint health care products..
(Vitamins A, C, E, citrus bioflavonoids, quercetin, DMG, grape seed extract, selenium, zinc) all help neutralize free radicals, also known simply as radicals, which are organic molecules responsible for aging, tissue damage, and possibly some diseases.
Extracts of avocado and soybean oils that help support production of cartilage, and the body's response to the normal day-to-day destruction of collagen, which is a component of cartilage. Research supports its importance to healthy cartilage and also to increasing the effectiveness of glucosamine.
Plant-derived extracts, these support the normal regulation of the immune system. A properly regulated immune system is necessary for joint health.
A building block of cartilage that helps the normal lubricating and cushioning activity of joint fluid.
A compound found naturally in the body that provides building blocks to synthesize new cartilage. Helps cartilage producing cells function properly. Natural glucosamine production slows with age.
Hyaluronic acid is a long, stringy, gel-like disaccharide (a type of sugar) composed of alternating molecules of Glucosamine and Glucuronic Acid and is responsible for the viscoelastic behaviour of Synovial Fluid ("joint oil") and the hydration and elastic strength of cartilage.
mineral essential to the formation of connective tissue such as cartilage; helps keep bones strong.
methylsulfonylmethane is a naturally-occurring compound and an organic source of sulfur used in normal cartilage production.
A non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug widely used to help treat arthritis, since it relieves pain, inflammation, and stiffness.
Omega-3 Fatty Acids:
helps regulate the cell's (including cells in joints and in skin) response to certain chemical factors, and helps stabilize cells against the effects of potentially destructive substances.
Green Lipped Mussel:
A mussel that€™s a natural source of glucosamine and glycosaminoglycans, which are the building blocks of cartilage. This mussel is also a source of Omega-3 fatty acids.
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