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Turmeric For Dogs Turmeric For Dogs

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TurmericÊRoot (Curcuma longa): Curcuminoids, the main active ingredientÊof Turmeric has been shown in numerous studies to posses considerable anti-inflammatory properties,...
TurmericÊRoot (Curcuma longa): Curcuminoids, the main active ingredientÊof Turmeric has been shown in numerous studies to posses considerable anti-inflammatory properties, in part this is due to their ability to inhibit the synthesis of inflammatory prostaglandins. Studies show that when compared to corticosteroids, Tumeric extract displays equal anti-inflammatory capability in acute inflammation and is around 50% as potent in chronic inflammation. Current research shows Turmeric inhibits pathogenic bacteria, viruses and fungi including candida. Traditionally used in Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine to support liver function and treat jaundice. Shown to increase glutathione and glutathione-s-transferase activity in the liver, the key protectors against damaging free radicals and toxins. The curcuminoidsÊpresent in turmeric have been shown to exhibit potent cell protective actions. Studies show that the curcuminoids have the ability to inhibit cell damage by an average of 75% Turmeric has a long history of use for digestive problems such as gastritis and hyperacidity. Curcuminoids are shown to increase bile flow improving the breakdown of dietary fats, they also increase mucous production and protect the stomach lining. The bodies ability to absorb this product can be greatly increased by using some black pepper in the food along with the drops. Increases in absorption are estimated to be 200%
TurmericÊRoot (Curcuma longa): Curcuminoids, the main active ingredientÊof Turmeric has been shown in numerous studies to posses considerable anti-inflammatory properties, in part this is due to their ability to inhibit the synthesis of inflammatory prostaglandins. Studies show that when compared to corticosteroids, Tumeric extract displays equal anti-inflammatory capability in acute inflammation and is around 50% as potent in chronic inflammation. Current research shows Turmeric inhibits pathogenic bacteria, viruses and fungi including candida. Traditionally used in Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine to support liver function and treat jaundice. Shown to increase glutathione and glutathione-s-transferase activity in the liver, the key protectors against damaging free radicals and toxins. The curcuminoidsÊpresent in turmeric have been shown to exhibit potent cell protective actions. Studies show that the curcuminoids have the ability to inhibit cell damage by an average of 75% Turmeric has a long history of use for digestive problems such as gastritis and hyperacidity. Curcuminoids are shown to increase bile flow improving the breakdown of dietary fats, they also increase mucous production and protect the stomach lining. The bodies ability to absorb this product can be greatly increased by using some black pepper in the food along with the drops. Increases in absorption are estimated to be 200%

Robbie’s & Luath’s Feeding Guide

“Natural

Grain Free/Working Dog Feeding Guide

“Grain

Always provide plenty of fresh drinking water from a clean bowl. You may begin to notice your dog drinks more water after eating, but this is normal and is important for your dog’s digestive system. If your dog is drinking an excessive amount of water you may be overfeeding them. Try reducing the amount or seek veterinarian advice.

You may find yourself surprised at how small the portion sizes are. Our food is packed full of all the nutrients and vitamins your dog needs without excessive fillers you will find on other branded dog food.

These guidelines should be adapter to take into account breed, age, temperament and the activity level of the dog. When changing foods we recommend introducing this gradually over a period of 2 weeks.

Robbie’s & Luath’s Feeding Guide

“Natural

Grain Free/Working Dog Feeding Guide

“Grain

Always provide plenty of fresh drinking water from a clean bowl. You may begin to notice your dog drinks more water after eating, but this is normal and is important for your dog’s digestive system. If your dog is drinking an excessive amount of water you may be overfeeding them. Try reducing the amount or seek veterinarian advice.

You may find yourself surprised at how small the portion sizes are. Our food is packed full of all the nutrients and vitamins your dog needs without excessive fillers you will find on other branded dog food.

These guidelines should be adapter to take into account breed, age, temperament and the activity level of the dog. When changing foods we recommend introducing this gradually over a period of 2 weeks.

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Shipping & Delivery

UK DELIVERY EXCLUDING HIGHLANDS AND OFFSHORE ISLANDS

SPEND UNDER £30 Delivery within 2 working days (Order before 12pm) £5.20
SPEND BETWEEN £30-40 Delivery within 2 working days (Order before 12pm) £3.00
SPEND OVER £40 Delivery within 2 working days (Order before 12pm) FREE

Highlands & Islands will incur an additional cost of £5.00 depending on the weight/quantity ordered.

REPUBLIC OF IRELAND

ALL                                    Delivery within 5 working days (Order before 12pm) €9.95