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(Amino Acid) Arginine

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

Improves cardiovascular health and strengthens immune system.

Where is it found?

Red meat, poultry, fish, dairy, seeds, nuts, beans, and leafy vegetables.

(Amino Acid) Cystine

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

It is a protein in hair, skin, and nails.

Where is it found?

Eggs and seeds.

 

(Amino Acid) Histidine

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

Performs important anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, and anti-secretory functions within the body. Crucial to modulating inflammatory response as well as gastric acid regulation.

Where is it found? 

Meat, fish, eggs, soy, whole grains, beans, and nuts.

(Amino Acid) Isoleucine

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

Helps endurance and assists in the repair and rebuilding of muscle.

Where is it found? 

Meat, fish, cheese, most seeds and nuts, eggs, chickens and lentils.

(Amino Acid) Leucine

How does it benefit your pet’s body? 

Leucine may help healing of skin and bones.

Where is it found? 

Soy products, egg yolks, chicken, beef, and salmon.

(Amino Acid) Lysine

How does it benefit your pet’s body? 

Reduces anxiety, improves calcium absorption, and helps wound healing by creating collagen.

Where is it found? 

Red meat, eggs, soybeans, and spirulina.

(Amino Acid) Methionine

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

Keeps the liver healthy and promotes wound healing.

Where is it found? 

Eggs, meat, fish, and cereal grains.

(Amino Acid) Phenylalanine

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

Eases pain, skin disorders, and is crucial for the production of other molecules in the body.

Where is it found? 

Soy products, eggs, and seafood.

(Amino Acid) Taurine

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

Regulates calcium levels, balances electrolytes, supports the nervous system, improves heart health and liver functions.

Where is it found? 

Cow’s milk, scallops, mussels, and clams.

(Amino Acid) Threonine

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

Promotes the growth of the thymus gland and promotes cell immune defense function.

Where is it found?

Meat, cottage cheese, and wheat germ.

(Amino Acid) Tryptophan

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

Works in the brain to support stress response and acts as a mood booster, maintains your dog’s serotonin levels, restores mood, and helps overcome his or her aggression.

Where is it found?

Oats, dried dates, milk, yogurt, cottage cheese, red meat, eggs, fish, poultry, sesame, chickpeas, almonds, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, buckwheat, spirulina, and peanuts.

(Amino Acid) Tyrosine

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

Improves alertness and memory recall.

Where is it found?

Dairy products, meats, fish, eggs, nuts, beans, oats, and wheat.

(Amino Acid) Valine

How does it benefit your pets body?

Enhances energy, increases endurance, and aids in muscle tissue recovery and repair. It can also lower elevated blood sugar levels and increase growth hormone production.

Where is it found?

Soy, cheese, peanuts, mushrooms, whole grains, and vegetables.

Aqueous Iodine (Mineral)

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

Helps in the production of thyroid hormones, which help control growth, repair damaged cells and support a healthy metabolism. Also improves cognitive funtion.

Where is it found?

Cod, tuna, seaweed, shrimp, milk, yogurt, and cheese.

C

Calcium (Mineral)

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

Keeps bones healthy, enables blood to clot, and enables muscles to contract.

Where is it found?

Cheese, yogurt, milk, sardines, kale, and broccoli.

Chloride (Elemental)

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

Helps keep the amount of fluid inside and outside of cells in balance. It also helps maintain proper blood volume, blood pressure, and pH of body fluids.

Where is it found?

Seaweed, cheese, rye, lettuce, and celery.

Choline (Phosphatidylcholine)

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

Improves memory and cognition, protects heart health, and boosts metabolism.

Where is it found?

Eggs, animal liver, peanuts, poultry, dairy products, spinach, beets, wheat, and shellfish.

Copper trace (Mineral)

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

Enables the body to form red blood cells. It helps maintain healthy bones, blood vessels, nerves, and immune function, and it contributes to iron absorption.

Where is it found?

Oysters, lobster, squid, mussels, clams, beef liver, cashews, almonds, pecans, peanuts, lentils soy beans, navy beans, spirulina, mushrooms, and egg yolks.

I

Iron (Mineral)

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

Helps transport oxygen throughout the body, prevents fatigue, and helps fight off infection.

Where is it found?

Liver, lean red meat, chicken, oysters, lentils, beans, and spinach.

L

Linoleic acid (EFA)

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

Supports heart health.

Where is it found?

Almonds, peanuts, turkey, and hemp seed oil.

M

Magnesium (Mineral)

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

Helps to maintain normal nerve and muscle function, supports a healthy immune system, keeps the heartbeat steady, and helps bones remain strong. It also helps adjust blood glucose levels. It aids in the production of energy and protein.

Where is it found?

Bananas, kidney beans, salmon, spinach, and kale.

Manganese (Ionic Mineral)

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

May improve bone health, reduces disease risk and inflammation, regulates blood sugar, and plays a role in metabolism.

Where is it found?

Almonds, pecans, oatmeal, pinto beans, lima beans, and spinach.

P

Phosphorus (Mineral)

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

Aids in the formation of bones and teeth and helps the body with growth, maintenance, and repair of cells and tissues.

Where is it found?

Meats, poultry, fish, nuts, beans and dairy products.

Potassium (Elemental)

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

Helps regulate fluid balance, muscle contractions and nerve signals. Can help reduce blood pressure and water retention, protect against stroke and prevent osteoporosis and kidney stones.

Where is it found?

Bananas, cooked spinach, and cooked broccoli.

S

Selenium (Mineral)

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

Boosts immune system, improves thyroid health, protects against heart disease, and acts as an antioxident.

Where is it found?

Yellowfin tuna, pork, beef, chicken, turkey, cottage cheese, eggs, mushrooms, spinach, oatmeal, yogurt, cashews, lentils, and bananas.

Sodium (Mineral)

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

Balances fluid in the body, helps send nerve impulses, and affects muscle function.

Where is it found?

Beans, fish, sausage, caviar, anchovies, nuts, and seeds.

V

Vitamin A (Retinyl Palmitate)

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

Supports a healthy immune system, prevents macular degeneration, aids in reducing risk of unirnary stones, improves health of bones and teeth, protects skin, and supports muscle growth.

Where is it found?

Carrots, sweet potato, tuna, butternut squash, spinach, cantaloupe, lettuce, red bell peppers, and broccoli.

Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

Helps prevent complications in the nervous system, brain, muscles, heart, stomach, and intestines. It is also involved in the flow of electrolytes into and out of muscle and nerve cells.

Where is it found?

Beef, liver, dried milk, nuts, oats, pork, eggs, seeds, legumes, peas, rice, pasta, breads, cereals, flour, and yeast.

Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin)

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

Helps with red blood cell formation and anemia prevention, supports bone health, may improve mood, boosts energy, and improves memory.

Where is it found?

Animal liver, clams, sardines, beef, tuna, trout, fortified breakfast cereals, yogurt, and eggs.

Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

Crucial for breaking down food components, absorbing other nutrients, and maintaining tissues. Helps break down proteins, fats, and carbohydrates. It plays a vital role in maintaining the body’s energy supply.

Where is it found?

Turkey, chicken, beef, animal liver, asparagus, artichokes, kelp, nuts, parsley, pumpkins, sweet potatoes, and broccoli.

Vitamin B3 (Niacin)

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

Regulates digestion, reduces symptoms of arthritis, prevents the risk of heart disease, improves anxiety, supports normal nervous system function, fights fatigue, and keeps skin healthy

Where is it found?

Red meat, animal liver, eggs, chicken, salmon, mackerel, milk, and dairy products.

Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid)

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

Helps create red blood cells, maintains a healthy digestive tract, synthesizes cholesterol.

Where is it found?

Mushrooms, legumes, lentils, milk, eggs, cabbage, animal liver, white potatoes, sweet potatoes, and whole grain cereals.

Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine)

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

May improve mood, premotes brain health, may prevent anemia, and benefits the central nervous system.

Where is it found?

Pork, chicken, turkey, eggs, bread, fish, soybeans, oatmeal, brown rice, milk, ricotta cheese, tuna, carrots, and chicken liver.

Vitamin B7 (Biotin)

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

Used by the body to metabolize carbohydrates, fats and amino acids. Can increase the health of skin, hair and nails.

Where is it found?

Carrots, almonds, salmon, eggs, almonds, walnuts, sweet potatoes, and cauliflower.

Vitamin B9 (Folic Acid)

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

Necessary for the production of red blood cells and for the synthesis of DNA, and helps produce energy.

Where is it found?

Broccoli, spinach, lettuce, brussel sprouts, beets, beans, legumes, and asparagus.

Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

Necessary for the growth, development and repair of all body tissues. It’s involved in many body functions, including formation of collagen, absorption of iron, the immune system, wound healing, and the maintenance of cartilage, bones, and teeth.

Where is it found?

Broccoli, cauliflower, kale, red, green or yellow pepper, sweet potato, and strawberries.

Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol)

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

Helps the body absorb calcium and phosphorus.

Where is it found?

Salmon, herring, sardines, tuna, egg yolks, and animal liver.

Vitamin E (Alpha-Tocopherol)

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

May prevent coronary heart disease, support immune function, prevent inflammation, promote eye health, and lower the risk of cancer.

Where is it found?

Dry roasted peanuts, dry roasted almonds, spinach, animal liver, and broccoli.

Vitamin K1 (Phylloquinone)

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

Prevents excessive bleeding (blood clotting).

Where is it found?

Kale, spinach, collard greens, turnip greens, broccoli, and brussel sprouts.

Z

Zinc Orotate (Mineral)

How does it benefit your pet’s body?

Premotes wound recovery, supports liver health, and boosts immunity.

Where is it found?

Beans, dark meat chicken, oysters, crab, and yogurt.