Beef Heart PhytoCardio Treats

Beef Heart PhytoCardio Treats
Beef Heart PhytoCardio Treats

Beef Heart PhytoCardio Treats

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Our Freeze-Dried Beef Heart PhytoCardio Dog treats are a combination of Beef Heart, Red Beetroot, Krill, Lingonberry, Hawthorn Berry, and Natto. These flavorful, Freeze-dried treats will surely make your pup begging for more. 

Combined, these healthy ingredients not only promote heart health, but also help support energy production, antioxidant status, fat metabolism, and blood flow.

Beef Heart

Beef Heart is a valuable source of many heart-healthy essential nutrients. Beef Heart is also a valuable source of many nutrients/compounds that aren't considered essential for dogs, namely Taurine and CoQ10. CoQ10 is a small vitamin-like compound that plays an important role in energy production. Decreased levels of CoQ10 have been found in the myocardial tissue of dogs, humans and other animal models of heart disease, which is why it's a common therapeutic target.

Beetroot

While the benefits of beetroot supplementation in dogs haven't been evaluated, multiple human and animal studies have pointed towards a positive impact due to the dietary nitrates, betalains, and betaine found in beets. The betalains found in beets are relatively uncommon in nature, as the red you see is typically a result of either carotenoids or flavonoids.  

Lingonberry

Lingonberry a close relative of cranberry is a valuable source of both Resveratrol and Quercetin, both of which have been shown to increase beta-oxidation in other animal models. While normally, when you see the word oxidation, it doesn't mean anything thing good. Beta oxidation, however, is how the body actually breaks down fatty acids to be used for energy.

Krill

Krill is a wonderful source of omega-3 fatty acids, namely EPA and DHA. What separates Krill from other sources of EPA and DHA is that it a much of it is delivered as phospholipids instead of triglycerides or in the case of fish oil ethyl ester, this allows for the EPA and DHA to be more bioavailable as it can more readily pass through the cell membrane. Krill is also a source of astaxanthin which is a keto-carotenoid responsible for the red color seen in many marine species such as salmon. Astaxanthin is a potent antioxidant, which research has shown can improve antioxidant status in addition to improving lipid metabolism.

Hawthorn Berries

Hawthorn Berries are a rich source of many phytochemicals. Among them are oligomeric procyanidins (OPCs), Flavonoids, Terpenoids, and Amines.

Hawthorn berries have been used in Eastern medicine for centuries. While the beneficial effect in dogs is mostly anecdotal, multiple human, animal, and in vitro studies have demonstrated the potential benefits of hawthorn berries via supporting healthy blood flow and circulation.

Natto

Natto is a traditional Japanese dish made from fermented soybeans. Natto is a valuable source of many phytochemicals that can support heart health, among them being Vitamin K2, the isoflavones Genistein, and Daidzein (Sirt3 pathway), the enzyme Natto Kinase and the Antioxidant/Vitamin PQQ (Sirt1 Pathway).

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