Systemic Enzymes : Verses : Glucosamine And Chondroitin Sulfate
Say NO! to Glucosamine and Chondroitin!
Remember, free radicals cause oxidation - and antioxidants prevent oxidation. Antioxidants work by donating an electron to a free radical so it becomes a stable oxygen molecule.
There are many different types of antioxidants such as enzymes, coenzymes, vitamins and sulfur containing compounds such as MSM. Also spices like Turmeric.
Most chondroitin appears to be made from extracts of cartilaginous cow and pig tissues (cow tracheas and pig ear and nose), but other sources such as shark, fish, and bird cartilage or by synthetic means are also used.
Glucosamine It is produced commercially by the use of crustacean shells or fermentation of a grain such as corn or wheat. It is a non-vitamin, non-mineral, supplement.
Glucosamine hydrochloride side effect is can cause gas, bloating, and cramps.
Side effects of Chondroitin include nausea, diarrhea, stomach Pain, bloating and vomiting. Chondroitin has also been associated with unpleasant gastrointestinal reactions and potential blood thinning effects.
NWC Naturals® Pet Products LLC has chosen a different and proven way to help with sensitives and support the joint health of pets.
Pet-Enzymes Plus®® uses only the highest quality vegetarian enzymes that work in a very broad Ph range
This formula contains four different proteolytic enzymes including bromelain.
It also supplies these other synergistic support ingredients.
High curcuminoid turmeric, MSM methylsulfonylmethane, Boswellia serrata, Mojave Yucca root extract, tomato lycopenes and. Manufactured with the strictest manufacturing standards to insure purity and efficacy the highest quality results can be expected.
It's safe, all natural and there are no side effects.
That is why pet owners see a better result with Pet-Enzymes Plus ® than any other product.
Organic Allergens - What types of organic allergens are there? Tree pollens, grass pollens, molds, dust mites, mildew, flea and other insect bites, just to name a few.
Food Allergies- A food allergy can manifest itself in many ways: Itching, digestive disorders, and rashes. Food allergies can be a challenge to solve.
So the bottom line most sensitives are protein related.
All organic allergens are proteins. Food Allergies are usually due to, or aggravated by undigested proteins in pet food.
Proteolytic Enzymes and Peptidase
Studies show that protein build-up in the joints and tissues are a major cause of occasional pain and inflammation.
These important proteolytic enzymes break down proteins from food to release important nutrients (peptides and amino acids) for absorption into the body.
They also work systematically by breaking down foreign protein fragments before they can cause an inflammatory or allergic response.
Peptidase contains very high levels of exopeptidase activity and is able to provide a high degree of protein hydrolysis, breaking down peptides completely into amino acids.
Peptidase works synergistically with endogenous enzymes to provide protein digestion throughout the entire digestive tract. Scientific evidence suggests that proteolytic enzymes, such as peptidase, can be useful supplements for digestive support, immune support, cardiovascular support, and general nutritional support.
Bromelain Is most notable for its effectiveness in normalizing inflammation and decreasing swelling and allergies. As a natural systemic enzyme with many uses. Thus, the benefit of bromelain occurs over a broad range of doses and even small amounts maybe beneficial. A product with both enzymes systemic and proteolytic will help in digestion and then have enough to help with joints and allergies.
Dogs and cats benefit from the addition of systemic enzymes to their diet for their natural normalizing inflammatory properties and allergy support.
Glucosamine and Chondroitin Sulfates do not have this ability.
Any information provided is not veterinary advice and should not be substituted for a regular consultation with a veterinary professional. If you have any concerns about your pet's health, contact your veterinarian's office.