FOUR POWERFUL DIGESTIVE INGREDIENTS
S. boulardii’s anti-inflammatory effects are due to the influence it has on the CD4+ T cells CD4+ T cells can migrate, and when too many of them migrate to the colon, it leads to excessive inflammation.
S. boulardii helps protect against disease-causing pathogens by preventing them from taking up residence inside the gut. Harmful microorganisms like Salmonella bind to the surface of S. boulardii cells, and once this binding takes place, the pathogen can no longer bind to the surface of the intestine. S. boulardii’s anti-microbial effects are not limited to animals with GI issues; it has been shown to decrease the incidence of diarrhoea even in healthy individuals.
Inactivated strains of Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Cyberlindnera jadinii for animal nutrition. Different strains have a synergetic effect on the animal’s immune response.
HYDROLYSED COLLAGEN PEPTIDES
Collagen can help soothe and repair the gut lining, improving leaky gut and other problems triggered. Similar to the way humans use collagen to improve digestive concerns like a leaky gut, dogs can also benefit from collagen’s ability to boost digestive health. Dogs can get leaky gut syndrome too, which puts them at risk for a cascade of other health problems, including autoimmune disease, allergies and behaviour issues.
Gelatin’s short peptides – glyprolines – consist of amino acids of glycine and proline. They protect the stomach mucous tunic from injuries. Glyprolines are easily absorbed in the stomach and remain in the blood for a long time without breaking up. They act not only on the stomach cells but also on the central nervous system overcoming the blood-brain barrier.
- Helps optimize the actions of the gut microflora,
- Helps improve defence and resistance to oxidative stress,
- Supports the general immune system,
- Anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory effects.