Polyphenols, a group of natural antioxidants, have garnered significant attention in human nutrition, and their benefits extend to our canine companions as well. This article delves into the world of polyphenols for dogs, exploring their types, sources, health impacts, and how to incorporate them into a dog’s diet.
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‘Could their food be killing my dog?’ It’s a question most of us have probably never considered. We are all more likely to ask, ‘What’s the best food for my dog?’ Understanding what the best food for our dogs is, requires us to understand what makes one food better than another.
In this article we look at what our dogs require from their nutrition to support their best health and wellbeing and those aspects of their nutrition that can be negative, and at times silently harmful, in the long-term.
Optimising your dog’s health often hinges on the right nutritional choices, and incorporating specific oils into their diet or topical treatments can have profound effects. This guide explores the best natural plant-based and marine oils, and their specific roles in addressing various canine health issues.
Including turmeric in your dog’s diet can offer a range of health benefits, from reducing inflammation and treating arthritis to preventing cancer and gastrointestinal disorders.
In the realm of canine nutrition, the use of Siberian Ginseng is gaining traction due to its array of health benefits. This article aims to delve into the scientifically backed reasons for incorporating Siberian Ginseng into your dog’s diet, emphasising its role in enhancing overall health and wellness.
An extensive collection of academic research delving into the nutritional foundations, biological underpinnings, and health implications of plant-based diets in canine nutrition.