||While the nutritional balance
needed to maintain healthy cells has remained much the same for
thousands of years, man's and their pet's foods have changed
greatly. Food processing has lessened many vital elements
available in commonly consumed pet foods. One class of elements
eliminated almost entirely through food processing is enzymes.
Vital elements that act as biological catalysts, particularly
antioxidant enzymes, are crucial for the proper functioning of
every cell in a pet's body.
Antioxidant enzyme deficiencies
have been documented in hundreds of published medical research
studies. Although produced in the body, deficiencies can occur
due to poor nutrition and the excess stresses of aging,
pollution, surgery, radiation, overexertion, and illness.
|ANTIOXIDANT ENZYMES PROMOTE THE
NATURAL REMOVAL OF TOXIC WASTES
A pet's body produces antioxidant enzymes to
protect them from cell damaging substances called free radicals.
Excess free radicals come from environmental pollutants,
radiation, illness, excess sun, overexertion, poor nutrition,
aging and even emotional stress. All of these factors create a
condition in which the animal's natural production of enzymes is
less than is needed. The result of this enzyme deficiency is
cellular damage often seen as inflammation and pain in the
joints of animals along with skin conditions, food allergies and
a wide variety of other diseases.
This cellular damage can be prevented if the
proper enzyme complexes are present in amounts large enough to
overcome the amount of free radicals. Stresses in the
environment, poor nutrition and aging itself challenges a pet's
enzyme needs. In providing the necessary enzyme complexes,
Biovet's products are a major nutritional breakthrough in
preventive health care for your pet.
Clinical and double blind studies have
demonstrated the complete safety and effectiveness of BIOVET
products in providing the nutritional tools necessary to
maintain proper antioxidant enzyme levels. BIOVET live enzyme
foods enhance and develop the natural health and vitality
inherent in animals.