Herring PhytoProactive Treats

Herring PhytoProactive Treats
Herring PhytoProactive Treats

Herring PhytoProactive Treats

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  • No Artificial Additives or Preservatives
  • Fruits and Veggies Included at levels that do more than simply change the color

Our Freeze-Dried Herring Proactive Treats are packed with phytochemicals with anti-tumor properties. These treats pack a powerful health punch! So you can feel good about treating your pup to something special. They're a delicious way to provide your pup with a boost in nutrition and health – plus, who wouldn't love to see the tail-wagging joy some yummy quail treats can bring?

Each of the Fruits Vegetables and herbs are valuable sources of phytochemicals with anti-tumor properties with different phytochemicals influencing different pathways. 

Ingredients: Herring, Orange, Grapefruit, Mango, Pineapple, Pomegranate, Blueberry, Cabbage, Rosemary, Turmeric, Green Tea

Phytochemicals of interest

Naringenin, Limonene, and Hesperidin, Lycopene, Mangiferin, and Gallic Acid, Ferulic Acid, Ursolic Acid, Chlorogenic Acid, Myricetin, Kaempferol, Carnosol, Curcumin Rosmarinic Acid, and EGCG

Proactive Blend

Orange: While everyone concentrates on the Vitamin C of oranges, they are also a valuable source of Naringenin, Limonene, and Hesperidin.

Grapefruit: While Grapefruit contains many of the same phytochemicals as other citrus fruits, the red color of grapefruit is due to the presence of another phytochemical called lycopene.

Mango: Mangos are a valuable source of both mangiferin, and gallic Acid.

Pineapple is one of the best sources of Ferulic Acid,

Pomegranate: While pomegranate doesn't contain as much Ursolic Acid as rosemary, it is significantly more palatable. 

High Bush Blueberry: While we use Wild (Low Bush) Blueberries in other treats for this treat we decided to go with the more common high bush variety as they are higher in Chlorogenic Acid, Myricetin, and Gallic Acid.

Cabbage: While cabbage is a valuable source of multiple Glucosinolates, it is the high levels of Kaempferol responsible for its inclusion.

Rosemary: While rosemary is most commonly included as a preservative, that is not the only benefit. Rosemary actually contains very high levels of Naringenin, Carnosol, Ursolic Acid, and Rosmarinic Acid.

Turmeric & Black Pepper: Curcumin isn't the only phytochemical in Turmeric with antitumor properties. Turmeric is also a source of both Limonene, and Myricetin. While the black pepper is used to enhance the availability of the Curcumin in turmeric.

Green Tea Extract: EGCG

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