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Bacillus coagulans

Bacillus coagulans has been found to be effective against many kinds of infectious diarrhea; such as, rotaviral, antibiotic-caused and/or “traveler’s” diarrhea. Aids in reducing instances of general digestive problems in dogs and helps prevent– irritable bowel syndrome/inflammatory bowel disease, Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth, ulcerative colitis, crohn’s disease, clostridium difficile. It’s a probiotic strain that survives stomach acid and helps to restore healthy bacteria in the small intestines. It also helps enhance your pet's intestinal health and provides back-up for sporadic intestinal discomfort.

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Bifidobacterium lactis

Bifidobacterium lactis has been found to be effective in fighting lactose intolerance and boosting the overall immune system. B. lactis may also support healthy cholesterol levels, ease ulcerative colitis, and even combat the effects of celiac disease. It’s also known to help stimulate immune response.

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Lactobacillus acidophilus

Lactobacillus acidophilus is known to improve digestive health. It has shown to prevent and treat diarrhea, yeast infections and urinary tract infections. Aids in boosting a canine’s overall immune system and may help reduce cholesterol levels. Counteracts the side effects of medications such as antibiotics and antifungals. Resolves problems associated with flatulence such as bad breath, gas and smelly feces. Improves the condition of the coat and prevents excessive shedding. Studies have shown it to be effective for aiding in pain caused by arthritis. Lactobacillus acidophilus has been shown to be especially good with use in puppies. L. acidophilus was shown to increase weight gain/growth in canines (Note it is thought that probiotics are critical in the puppy stage also for bolstering foundational immunity). Puppies supplemented with L. acidophilus were found to display less symptoms of allergies and other diseases in older years. It also guards the health of your pet's entire digestive tract.

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Lactobacillus casei

Lactobacillus casei has been found to help support a dog’s overall immune system and digestive tract. It’s shown to work with other helpful organisms, and helps to encourage the growth of other "good" bacteria.

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Lactobacillus plantarum

Lactobacillus plantarum has been found to be effective as an anti-inflammatory. L. Plantarum has significant antioxidant activities and also helps to maintain the healthy intestinal permeability (which allows nutrients to pass through the gut, while also maintaining a barrier function to keep potentially harmful substances (e.g. antigens) from leaving the intestine and migrating to the body more widely). It’s able to suppress the growth of gas producing bacterium in the intestines. Also known to fight viral infections, cancer cell development and emergence of viral infections (canine hepatitis, kennel cough and parvovirus). L Plantarum helps to ensure that the nutrients in vitamins and supplements are getting to your pet's cells.

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Lactobacillus salivarius

Lactobacillus salivarius has shown to be effective against stomach and intestinal ulcers, irritable bowel syndrome, and stomach and intestinal upset. It’s known to fight fungal infections, aid the digestive system to break down undigested protein (When proteins remain unprocessed, your dog may suffer symptoms of malnutrition attributed to reduced protein stores), and detoxifies the GI tract.

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Streptococcus thermophilus

Streptococcus thermophilus has been found to be effective in promoting gastrointestinal health.

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Digestive enzymes are essential to good health because they enable the body to obtain nutrients from food. Without digestive enzymes, even the most nutritious foods will not be of any use to the body.

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ACID PROTEASE

Acid Protease is known to help break down and digest proteins. Reduces instances of general digestive problems in canines and aids in preventing– irritable bowel syndrome, inflammatory bowel disease, ulcerative colitis and clostridium difficile.

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ALPHA GALACTOSIDASE

Alpha Galactosidase (a-Galactosidase) has shown to reduces gas, bloating and pain for an animal's general discomfort. It aids in breaking down a variety of sugars that comprise complex carbohydrates such as vegetables and grains.

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AMyLASE

Amylase (known to hydrolyze starch) aids in the digestion and breaking down of carbohydrates and starches, converting them into sugars for energy. Amylase has proven to be effective against many kinds of infectious diarrhea such as Rotavirus (Is a contagious virus that can cause gastroenteritis- inflammation of the stomach and intestines), Antibiotic-caused, and “Traveler’s” diarrhea. Amylase aids in reducing instances of general digestive problems in dogs and helps prevent:

Irritable bowel syndrome/inflammatory bowel disease, Ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease, & Clostridium difficile– A probiotic that survives stomach acid and helps to restore healthy bacteria in the small intestines

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BETA GLUCANASE

Beta Glucanase are naturally-obtained polysaccharides that modulate the immune system. It’s a systemic and digestive enzyme breaks down carbohydrates, starches, fibers, fungi, yeast, and bacteria. Incredibly helpful for dogs suffering from yeast, candida, and gas associated with poor digestion.

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CELLULASE

Cellulase is known to aid in breaking down Cellulose (fiber), which is a difficult process for pets naturally. Without cellulase present in their diet, your pet relies mostly on fermentation to break down cellulose fiber which limits their ability to use its energy and eliminate toxins.

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DIASTASE

Diastase is known to aid in breaking down carbohydrates and starches. It’s then converted into maltose, which enhances nutrient uptake to increase energy, decrease gas and provide more regulated bowel movements.

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GLUCOAMLAYSE

Gluco-Amylase is known to hydrolyze starch converting them into glucose, which is absorbable and usable. Has shown to reduce digestive upsets such as heaviness, lethargy, bloating, gas, and loose stools. It obtains the ability to enhance nutrient absorption and create energy. Glucoamylase has proven to aid Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Digestive Upset & Gastrointestinal Issues, Autoimmune Conditions; and may help Digestive Organs, Balance Blood Sugar, and Reduce Food Allergies.

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MANNANASE

Mannanase is known to aid in the digestion and uptake of nutrients, speeding up a canine’s metabolism and increasing a canine’s overall energy.

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PROTEASE

Protease has been effective in helping break down and digest protein. Protease provides the digestion of proteins in the stomach and small intestine to build muscle.

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XYLANASE

Xylanase has proven to be effective in converting plant matter into usable nutrients for uptake.

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