MarineCardio for Dogs and Cats - HEART & EVERYDAY HEALTH - Total Animal Health
Vendor: Total Animal Health
What is MarineCardio?
100% pure and natural, MarineCardio is a proven formula that combines the extraordinary benefits of green lipped mussel (GLM) and turmeric to enhance heart health.
The key activity of both green lipped mussel and turmeric is their anti-inflammatory activity, from the omega-3 essential fatty acids in GLM and the curcumin present in turmeric. T
Curcumin is also a strong antioxidant. It protects cells and tissues from free radical damage . Curcumin is also an immunomodulatory agent that supports a healthy immune system.
MarineCardio is a convenient and easy to use powder that you add to your pet's food.
This potent combination of ingredients has been developed to promote optimum heart health.
The powder is made exclusively for the nutraceutical market, laboratory tested and of the highest quality, providing you safety and peace of mind.
Sustainably sourced premium quality green lipped mussel powder
The GLM in MarineCardio is sourced from 100% cultivated (farmed) mussels from the pristine waters of New Zealand’s Marlborough Sound, while the concentrated (95%) curcumin is obtained from the rhizome of the plant Curcuma longa.
Highly concentrated curcumin
The concentration of curcumin in the turmeric powder used in MarineCardio is 95%, whereas the average turmeric powder has a curcumin content of 3%.
High bioavailability of curcumin
The high fat content (~9%) of the GLM enhances the bioavailability of curcumin, as does the addition of the natural compound, piperine.
Benefits of MarineCardio
MarineCardio may help reduce the pain and swelling of arthritis and other musculoskeletal problems.
MarineCardio is a cost-effective, natural premium supplement which assists in keeping your dog and/or cat in optimum health.
Prevention is better than cure!
Do not give to animals with allergy to seafood.
Do not give to animals with an allergy to seafood. Use with caution in pregnant and lactating animals, as safe use in these groups has not been established. If your pet's condition does not improve, consult your Veterinarian.