Active Super Green Foods
Wild Salmon Oil Concentrate, Coconut Oil Concentrate, Barley Sprouts, Spirulina, Parsley, Dried Egg Yolk Solids, Inulin, Blackberries, Cranberries, Squash, New Zealand Mussel, Red Clover Sprouts, Kale Sprouts, Manganese Chelate, Copper Chelate, Iron Sulfate, Zinc Chelate, Enzymes, and Probiotics
Micro-encapsulated Pre-Probiotics- are important sources to supply the "good" bacteria residing in the gastrointestinal tract. The bacteria residing in the intestines are essential for digestion, nutrient absorption, and overall good health. Probiotics are the food sources of the bacteria, like yogurt which contains active bacteria cultures; prebiotics are food resources that actually nourish and feed the bacteria. With an abundant supply of "good" bacteria in the intestines, the so called "bad" bacteria find a hostile environment and cannot set-up housekeeping. The very lifestyles of our pets, living close to the ground, eating grass and other little treasures found in the dirt requires an ample supply of "good" bacteria. After using any antibiotics, it is important to replenish the beneficial bacteria, to aid recovery and return the body to a state of homeostasis. We include these bacteria:
Lactobaccilus Acidophilus- stimulates lactic acid production creating a hostile environment for bad bacteria and pathogens, while supplying vital good bacteria. It aids digestion of food, production of B-Vitamins, and provides anti-fungal activity (against Candida) and other unwanted bacteria. It also has anti-viral properties.
Lactobaccilus Plantarum- fights against bacterial infections by preventing bacteria from adhering to internal walls.
Bifidobacterium Thermophilum- is a helpful colonizer after any change in pH. It stimulates lactic acid production.
Bifidobacterium Longum- colonizes after a pH shift allowing better fluid and nutrient transfer through the intestinal walls. It also inhibits growth of colon, liver and mammary tumors.
Enterococus Faecium- synthesizes B-Vitamins.
Bacillus Subtillus- reduces nitrates, and stimulates the growth of the enzymes amylase, protease and lipase.
Multi-Digestive Plant Enzymes -assist digestion and improve the assimilation of nutrients. Every normal function of every cell in the body depends on enzymes. Enzymes are easily destroyed by commercial food processing and heat. Without additional raw food sources of digestive enzymes, the body will use stored metabolic enzymes as a replacement which depletes the metabolic enzymes. When the body’s complement of metabolic enzymes is reduced to a low level, the body enters a state of chronic disease. By adding multi-digestive plant enzymes, the body does not pull from the metabolic enzymes. We include: Amylase breaks down sugars and starches for better assimilation into the blood stream. It helps breakdown carbohydrates into glucose.
Protease- enhances utilization of proteins breaking them into useable amino acids and peptides.
Cellulase- helps breakdown the fiber content of food for better digestion.
Pectinase- controls water balance, essential for cell growth, and breaks down carbohydrates.
Lipase- increases availability of fat-soluble vitamins.It supplements enzyme activities, enhances the coats of animals and breaks down fat and lipids.
Phytase- breaks down carbohydrates, increases the bioavailability of calcium, zinc, iron and magnesium.
Xylanase- helps break down fiber.
Hemicellulase- helps the body breakdown plant structures into smaller particles for easier digestion.
alpha- Galactosidase- helps breakdown carbohydrates, and aids the gastrointestinal system.
Invertase- helps breakdown sucrose.