Friday, May 30, 2014

Sometime Others Agree On Canine Arthritis And Hip Dysplasia

Having other websites strike a like theory on canine arthritis and hip dysplasia is only partially satisfying because so few out there are saying the same thing but you get your pleasure where you find it. This is taken from The Hollistic and Organix Pet Shoppe website in a posting “How Canine Arthritis And Diet Are Connected”

On the site, it says this, “Most all pet foods today have potatoes in them. Potatoes aren't good for arthritis and joints. That goes along with your nightshade family food group as well as all grains. IF you are feeding kibble, start today by getting your dog (if they are not already) on a joint support. Add in some vitamins and minerals, probiotics and enzymes, . . .” which coincides with what I have written except that I consider those minerals and enzymes to be joint support, not glucosamine and chondroitin, MSN, and other conventional, over the counter remedies.

Minerals, if they are chelated for improved absorption, provide more nutrients to be metabolized in the skeletal system thus making the bones stronger and increasing mineral bone density(MBD) and reducing damage at the critical joints. The probiotics also increase digestion and bring other nutrients to the bones in higher quantities and, at the same time, heighten immune system response thereby both benefits work in combination to reduce inflammation and infection.

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