THE HIGHEST OMEGA 3 OIL ON THE MARKET!
CEN Oil is highly palatable & digestible with a low daily feed rate, making it a cost-effective addition to the diet. CEN Oil also provides a cool source of calories that helps support calm behaviour.
The Omega profile of CEN Oil helps in the reduction of inflammation in your dog from normal activity, this may lead to less irritation particularly in skin conditions and a better quality of life.
HOW DOES CEN OIL BENEFIT YOUR DOG?
In this podcast, Peter and Bryan discuss the details of CEN Oil for dogs and the huge benefits for dog health.
1mL CEN Oil per 2kg Bodyweight Daily
CEN Oil Omega Profile:
60% Omega – 3 (ALA) (516mg/mL)
17% Omega – 6 (LA)
16% Omega – 9 (OA)
NO HEAVY METALS,
The National Research Council recommends up to 440 mg/kg bodyweight of Omega 3 ALA can be safely fed daily to your dog. (5) Higher amounts of dietary Omega 3 ALA, as well as decreased Omega 6 LA, resulted in increased conversion of ALA to EPA, DPA and DHA. (1,2) Eicosanoids are hormone-like substances that affect inflammation. They are produced from both ALA (less inflammatory) and LA (mostly pro-inflammatory). CEN Oil can help to improve dietary Omega 3 to Omega 6 to a less inflammatory profile. Dog diets that are high in Omega 6 LA and low in Omega 3 ALA drive the eicosanoid production towards a more inflammatory profile.
Studies have demonstrated that when dogs were fed a diet containing linseed providing 10.1% of total fatty acids from ALA, the plasma levels of EPA and DPA increased quickly, further studies have found that DPA is the main ALA metabolite in cell membranes of many animals, and as such it may be an important reservoir for either EPA or DHA synthesis. (3,6) Dogs have been shown to be able to convert DPA to DHA in the retina and presumably other nervous system tissues. (4)
3. Dunbar BL, et al. Lipids 2010;45:1-10.
4. Alvarez RA, et al. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 1994;35:402-408.
5. National Research Council. Nutrient Requirements of Dogs and Cats. Washington, D.C.: The National Academies Press, 2006. 6. Bauer JE, et al. J Nutr 1998;128:2641s-2644s.2