Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Probiotics and Enzymes Support Healthy Digestion in Pets

Your pet’s digestion is essential to his overall health. Good digestion has been linked to a strong immune system, healthy skin and coat, fewer allergies, a reduction in hairballs, as well as less gas and waste. Whole food ingredients, like those used to make Nature’s Logic® foods, naturally contain probiotics and enzymes to help pets maintain good digestive health. 

Probiotics are beneficial bacteria normally present in your pet’s digestive system. Maintaining strong levels of these naturally occurring microorganisms help reduce the potential for diseases caused by pathogens, or bad bacteria. These positive effects of probiotics on both humans and animals have been well documented for over thirty years.
Enzymes aid in digestion by helping your pet utilize more of the nutrients from his food. Nature’s Logic uses a multi-enzyme blend of plant-based enzymes that includes proteases to digest protein, amylases to digest starch, cellulases to break down fibrous foods, and lipases to digest fats.  This proprietary enzyme blend is specially formulated to support the digestive system of dogs and cats on high animal-protein diets.  
Because probiotics and enzymes are temperature sensitive, Nature’s Logic has added them to our Dry Kibble, All Food Fortifier, and Canine Treats after the cooking process is complete. Further, the probiotics we use are microencapsulated, to ensure they remain viable and active when they reach your pet’s bowl.

For more information about Nature's Logic raw, canned, and dry cat foods, please visit http://www.natureslogic.com/.

2 comments:

  1. Probiotics are the bomb! I started by adding yogurt to my diet and to top it off I supplement. http://probiotics.mercola.com/probiotics.html is one of the best for humans plus I believe they have one for pets too.

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  2. Probiotics in my opinion is good for the body for both humans and animals. This supplement is good for regulating and preventing reoccurring constipation. And what's amazing about it is they even have for animals too.

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