Green Lipped Mussel
Green-Lipped Mussel for dogs
100% NATURAL NUTRACEUTICAL
Secret weapon that's anti-inflammatory, joint-repairing, can reduce pain and swelling
For those seeking natural ways to boost their pets' health, Green-Lipped Mussel is a New Zealand treasure that's not to be ignored. This supplement with health benefits, derived from the coasts of New Zealand, has been a part of the Māori diet for centuries and seems to have led to a reduction in joint issues.
Green-Lipped Mussel is a powerhouse of nutrients, showcasing its effectiveness in promoting canine health. The omega-3 fatty acids it contains, such as EPA, DHA, and the unique ETA, contribute to potent anti-inflammatory properties. These can aid in reducing swelling and pain, with ETA showing a robust anti-inflammatory effect (similarly to non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medicines), surpassing traditional omega-3s found in fish oils.
Latest scientific evidence underscores the significance of phospholipids in NZ Green Lipped Mussel Powder which act as an effective vehicle for the body to access Omega-3 (w-3 PUFAs).
Additionally, the presence of glycosaminoglycans supports joint health by contributing to the building blocks of cartilage. Additional antioxidants like vitamin C and E, zinc, magnesium, copper, and selenium further enhance the overall well-being of your pet.
Green-Lipped Mussel can be particularly beneficial for dogs dealing with long-term inflammatory conditions, such as arthritis. Research suggests its positive impact on arthritis symptoms, making it an invaluable addition to a dog's (and cat's) diet.
Green-Lipped Mussel for dogs is generally safe, with no reported side effects. While rare, dogs may have shellfish allergies, so it's crucial to avoid it in such cases. As a precaution, observe your dog the first time you introduce Green-Lipped Mussel or its extract to watch for any signs of allergies.
Research indicates that Green-Lipped Mussel can significantly benefit dogs with arthritis, reducing pain, inflammation and improving mobility. Alongside traditional treatments, incorporating this nutraceutical into a dog's diet could even lead to a reduction in the required medication dosage which of course would need to be done in close consultation with the prescribing vet.
Typically, improvements are seen in 6-8 weeks, with long-term use recommended for sustained benefits.