Inflammation and Cellular Damage May be Reduced by Including Antioxidants in Your Senior Dog’s Diet
The words ‘you are what you eat’ were never so meaningful until Murphy’s dementia reared it’s ugly head on August 13, 2018. It was only after months of experimenting with a variety of holistic supplements, and finally finding success by developing Murphy’s holistic cocktail, that I realized the importance of the food and nutrients we put in our bodies. And, of course, the same is true for our pets, especially our senior pets.
- Green Tea is an excellent source of antioxidants.
- The vitamins and minerals in alfalfa help to maintain healthy blood and bones.
- CoQ-10 supports healthy brain cells, which is especially helpful in older dogs.
- Vitamin C helps reduce inflammation and cognitive aging to destroying free radicals.
- Wheat Grass helps to cleanse the blood and liver.