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Gut Health Impacts More Than Just the Gut

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EYES

EYES

An animal’s ocular microbiome can be influenced by the gut microbiome, and an imbalance in either ecosystem can result in eye issues such as uveitis.​

WEIGHT

WEIGHT

Gut bacteria can prevent excessive weight loss and gain through its large role in digestion, metabolism and conversion of nutrients into energy.​

ENERGY

ENERGY

A compromised gut environment can result in decreased nutrient absorption, inflammation and lowered immunity, which all play a role in energy levels.​

IMMUNE SYSTEM

IMMUNE SYSTEM

A healthy gut produces pro-inflammatory and anti-inflammatory compounds. In fact, up to 80% of the immune system is influenced by the gut.​

ALLERGIES

ALLERGIES

A diet that with too many simple carbohydrates (corn, sugar, etc.) can overproduce bad bacteria which affects the body’s ability to fend off allergens.​

DIGESTION

DIGESTION

An unhealthy gut increases an animal’s risk of developing digestion-related disorders such as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).​

SKIN AND COAT

SKIN AND COAT

The “skin-gut axis” — or the relationship between gut bacteria and skin health — can explain why dull coat and itchy skin are often the first signs of poor gut health.​

BRAIN

BRAIN

Gut bacteria are capable of producing neurotransmitters which influence mood and play a crucial role in an animal’s response to stress.​

SLEEP

SLEEP

There is considerable evidence showing that the gut microbiome affects sleep and mental state through the gut-brain axis.​

3 Simple Steps

to promote your pet's gut health

Products loaded with fiber-rich superfoods and prebiotics are an ideal way to cleanse the gut and feed good bacteria.

Living probiotics balance the gut with beneficial bacteria that support digestion, nutrient absorption, and a healthy community of microflora.

Omega-3 and 6 fatty acids promote bacterial diversity, fueling your pet by supporting the immune system, digestion, and healthy skin and coat.

EYES

An animal’s ocular microbiome can be influenced by the gut microbiome, and an imbalance in either ecosystem can result in eye issues such as uveitis.

WEIGHT

Gut bacteria can prevent excessive weight loss and gain through its large role in digestion, metabolism and conversion of nutrients into energy.

ENERGY

A compromised gut environment can result in decreased nutrient absorption, inflammation and lowered immunity, which all play a role in energy levels.

IMMUNE SYSTEM

A healthy gut produces pro-inflammatory and anti-inflammatory compounds. In fact, up to 80% of the immune system is influenced by the gut.

ALLERGIES

A diet that with too many simple carbohydrates (corn, sugar, etc.) can overproduce bad bacteria which affects the body’s ability to fend off allergens.

DIGESTION

An unhealthy gut increases an animal’s risk of developing digestion-related disorders such as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).

SKIN AND COAT

The “skin-gut axis” — or the relationship between gut bacteria and skin health — can explain why dull coat and itchy skin are often the first signs of poor gut health.

BRAIN

Gut bacteria are capable of producing neurotransmitters which influence mood and play a crucial role in an animal’s response to stress.

SLEEP

There is considerable evidence showing that the gut microbiome affects sleep and mental state through the gut-brain axis.

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