Urinary Tract Health Support
Early spay/neuter has been linked to adverse health effects include higher incidence of cancers, urinary incontinence, hypothyroidism and other hormonally-related disorders.
Why Choose Lignan Works®Pet?
Research has attributed many positive associations with high dietary consumption of lignans including lower rates of the following: infections, cancer, cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, canine Cushing disease, and urinary incontinence associated with low hormones. Unlike pharmaceuticals, nutritional compounds like lignans never work in isolation. They are best delivered in foods where a wide spectrum of other nutrients work in synergy to produce results. In terms of nutritional support, flax lignans are among the most studied phytoestrogen nutrients to offset hormone imbalances created by early spaying and neutering.
The main nutritional benefits of lignans have been attributed to:
#1) their natural phytoestrogen content to balance/modulate hormone levels for better brain, bone, and ligament development, and prevent hormone associated imbalances in older pets.
#2) their high level of inflammation and pathogen fighting anti-oxidants - lignans contain one of the highest antioxidant level (ORAC rating) of any fruit or vegetable listed in the USDA database
#3) their high content of both soluble and insoluble fibre.
Lignan Works® helps to support optimal urinary tract health and function
There is increasing awareness about the importance of hormones, particularly to the effects over time. Hormones are responsible for much more than simply reproduction - they also may play an essential role in urinary tract health.
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