FOR HAPPY DOGS & HEALTHY LIVERS
Adding healthy greens to your dog's means has never been easier. No steaming, no mulching ... just add a small amount of our freeze-dried greens and watch your dog reap the benefits. Not for cats.
Active Ingredients per 1.3 g (1/2 tsp):
|Organic Broccoli Sprout Powder ...
|Fermented Greens ...||300 mg|
(Organic Barley Grass, Organic Alfalfa Grass, Organic Oat Grass, Organic Wheat Grass, Organic Spirulina, Organic Agave, Organic Sweet Potato, Chlorella, Organic Dunaliella salina, Kelp)
Inactive Ingredients: None
A large dog serving of Green Rover delivers an impressive 9mg of Sulforaphane. Here are the 3 most important benefits for your dog:
Researchers from Oregon State University gave dogs Broccoli Sprout Powder, which is the richest food source of Sulforaphane. They found that Sulforaphane had the same digestibility in dogs as humans … and that they also saw a better reduction in tumor activity.
Every day, your dog is exposed to toxins. This buildup of toxins is highly inflammatory … and if this inflammation is left unchecked, it will damage or kill your dog’s cells. And eventually the organs they make up.
Sulforaphane is a potent activator of phase II liver detoxification. It also activates enzymes that protect your dog’s cells from DNA damage from carcinogens and inflammatory toxins.
Sulforaphane is a potent activator of the Nrf2 pathway. Nrf2 is a protein that lives in every one of your dog’s cells. When it’s activated, it fires critical anti-inflammatory and antioxidant actions throughout the entire body by activating antioxidant enzymes. One of the most important is glutathione.
Many antioxidants will increase Nrf2 and glutathione activity … but what sets Sulforaphane apart is that it’s a potent activator of Nrf2.
Like the almighty blueberry, Sulforaphane can cross the blood-brain barrier and increase antioxidant activity in the brain. And, of course, Sulforaphane increases antioxidant activity in the liver. And this has been shown in animals and humans, not just with in vitro studies.
Was ok with the greens but skeptical. He is picky so when he did finish dinner I was surprised.
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