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Linda Arndt, on Nutrition and Enzymes
Canine Nutritional Advisor Linda Arndt, Endorses NZYMES®
I am a strong believer in the value of proper nutrition and enzymes. More importantly, the use of antioxidant enzymes in the diet for my animals. When animals are under stress (chemical, trauma, infectious, emotional distress, or receiving improper and inadequate nutrition) the cells of their bodies are overwhelmed by free radicals (toxic by-products). The immune system suffers and common symptoms begin showing up including; fatigue, irritability, sore muscles, inflamed joints and organs. Another area that can be of major concern is Bloat & Torsion issues.
Maintaining proper cellular nutrition is critical to minimize the complications of stress and the cumulative effects on health, performance and life-span. One way I can provide optimal cellular support to my animals, during stressful times is to use NZYMES® products in the daily diet.
Some of the positive effects associated with the uses of NZYMES® Antioxidant Treats or the Sprouted Granules are: minimizing vaccine reactions, boosting immune systems, relief from soreness (or discomfort) due to hip dysplasia, chronic arthritis, muscle-skeletal decline, wobblers, and cleansing the system after anesthesia and cancer therapy as well as it’s use in a preventative manner.
STATEMENT FROM LINDA, 2/01/2000:
Longevity is always a problem when dealing with the giant breeds; we are normally lucky to have them 6-8 years at most. It has been my experience over the years, that the use of antioxidant enzymes, as offered with the NZYMES® product (Treats or Granules), have been beneficial in helping to extend the life expectancy of my Great Danes. I have had many live to 11+ years of age and I am a firm believer that NZYMES® are important in maintaining a disease free,high quality of life for my dogs.
I know surely this is one of the reasons Uno is still going strong, in spite of all his problems. My vet said yesterday, “Linda, this dog should have been dead months ago, what are you doing?” Well, this antioxidant product has a lot to do with his being stable (Uno has diabetes). Jane Gray’s sister has remained on this type of product for 10 years and she is able to take less insulin because of it.
I highly suggest people put their puppies on NZYMES® during their vaccination period (2-3 days before and 4-5 days after) to help prevent adverse reactions to multiple vaccines.
Since NZYMES® are a whole food nutrients, they will not conflict with drugs or the balance of the diet.
Linda Arndt, Blackwatch Great Dane Kennels
For Linda’s Nutritional Articles and Feed Programs, visit GreatDaneLady.com
OTHER REFERENCE: Arthritis and Stiff, Achy Joints
NOTE FROM BIOPET: Pets with diabetes who begin on NZYMES® have shown changes (usually reductions) in the amounts of medication required. Make sure to check with your veterinarian prior to starting a diabetic pet on NZYMES Antioxidant Treats or NZYMES Ox-E-Drops, and monitor blood levels carefully.
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