Probiotics And Enzymes For Dogs And Cats: The Natural Way To Help And Protect Pets
PawBiotics™ has incorporated a valuable and natural element in a product to help protect pets: probiotics.
This video describes how many common pet health problems occur and solutions for those occurrences. It explains your dog and cat's most important immune organ, it's digestive system, and also how to ensure that it gets the required nutrients from their food. Many pets are malnourished and you may not even be aware of it.
However, these antibiotics also slowly degrade the natural microbes found in our body. This is why the incorporation of probiotics into both humans' and pets' diets is crucial, as they help restore and replenish the natural microbes in the body, and also decrease the effects and ailments that many diseases bring.
Realizing the importance of probiotics, PawBiotics™ has incorporated it into their pet health product. But what is a probiotic? Probiotics are an ingested form of microorganisms, which help create better health in humans and animals.
According to authority figure in veterinarian medicine, Dr. Al Plechner, these benefits include but are not limited to the treatment of "allergies, diarrhea, lactose intolerance, blood pressure, immune function with infection, Helicobacter Pylori (causes peptic ulcers), inflammation, stress-induced bacterial growth, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Colitis, Eczema, and vitamin production."
Not only do probiotics help to relieve the aforementioned ailments, but according to Dr. Plechner, probiotics also play a crucial role in actually preventing such diseases. One important thing to remember when considering probiotics is that they must be alive to work.
Because of this, there is a strict criteria that must be adhered to when it comes to probiotics, "The Guidelines for the Evaluation of Probiotics in Foods". Before a probiotic is deemed safe to use, it must meet the fol-lowing minimum requirements, as listed by Dr. Plechner:
1) Determination of antibiotic resistance patterns
2) Assessment of certain metabolic activities
3) Assessment of side effects in human studies
4) Epidemiological surveillance ( Adverse incidence in consumers)
5) The strain must be tested for toxin production
6) Test for hemolytic activity"
On top of these strict requirements, the scientific world also heavily examines the manufac-turing techniques used in order to allow probiotic viability, reproductivity, stability and the ability to survive within the harsh intestinal environment.
PawBiotics™ takes these requirements and con-ditions very seriously and only uses thoroughly tested strains that possess a very long survival time — one of up to 2 years.
With a rapidly developing world, and environmental contaminants that progress just as quickly, both humans and animals are exposed to many more adverse conditions. Dr Plechner notes, "The exposure to radiation, damaging heavy metals, insecticides, genetically modified foods, anesthesia, vaccinations, antibiotics and various other medical prescriptions and procedures can all lead to an alteration in the protective microbes in the body, and when these various environmental insults alter their activity and their availability, diseases can begin."
With this in mind, it becomes even more apparent just how important it is to have the strains of microbes that help protect both pets and pet owners alike. To help your pet replenish these necessary microbes and prevent any related diseases, take advantage of the easily and readily found biologically active probiotics found in PawBiotics™.
About PawBiotics (tm)
Superum Products LLC produces a pet probiotic supplement called Pawbiotics(tm)
It can be viewed at http://pawbiotics.com
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