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Dogs Love Kale Apple Crisps

Dogs Love Kale Treats

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Kale is a super antioxidant that contains essential vitamins. Kale & Flax seed aid in making your dog’s coat softer and shinier, with healthier skin underneath.
Part Number: DLK-Apple Crisp/Chicka/Gobblers/Peanut/SweetTater/DLK-Snapeas/SnapeasHC/Tropical
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Apple Crisp, Chicka, Gobblers, Peanutty, Sweet Tater, Tropical,Snapeas (with Chicken), Snapeas (Himalayan Yak Cheese).

Why We Use Kale In Our Dog Treats

If your dog has not tried Dogs Love Kale dog treats yet, now may be the time. 
This super green is packed to the max with nutrition that puts it high on the list of the world's healthiest foods. 
Even spinach cannot come close in comparison to the number of nutrients that kale provides. 
Including kale in your dogs treats provides nutrients that support healthy skin, hair and bones, as well as healthy digestion. 

Possible Health Benefits Of Your Dog Consuming Kale

Kale is high in fiber and water content, both of which may help to prevent constipation and promote regularity and a healthy digestive tract. 
It also contains C vitamins, which promotes iron absorption, and B vitamins, which are essential for the release of energy from food.
Healthy Skin And Hair:
Kale is high in beta-carotene, the carotenoid that is converted by the dogs body into vitamin A as needed. 
A cup of cooked kale provides 885 mcg of retinol A equivalent, or 17707 International Units of vitamin A. 
This nutrient is essential for the growth of all tissues, including skin and hair, as well as for the production of sebum (the oil that helps keep skin and hair moisturized). 
Immune function, eyesight and reproductive function also rely on vitamin A.
A cup of cooked kale also provides 53.3 mg of vitamin C, which is needed to build and maintain collagen, the key protein that provides structure for skin, hair and bones.
As noted above, vitamin C also aids iron absorption, and kale is rich in both iron (1.17 mg per cup, cooked) and vitamin C, which could help prevent hair loss associated with iron-deficiency.

Why We Use Moringa In Our Soft Dog Treats
Moringa plant is beginning to gain more popularity as a new “superfood” for its highly nutritious profile and powerful anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and tissue-protective properties. 
Moringa oleifera, also known as horseradish tree, ben tree, or drumstick tree, is a small tree that has been used for generations to treat and prevent diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, anemia, arthritis, liver disease, respiratory, skin, and digestive disorders. 
Moringa has become popular as a leaf powder supplement, although the pods, roots, bark, flowers, seeds, and fruits are also edible. 
It's used as a traditional remedy for many ailments.
It's Nutrient-Packed:
Moringa is rich in vitamins, minerals, and amino acids. It contains significant amounts of vitamins A, C, and E; calcium; potassium; and protein.
It Fights Free Radicals:
Antioxidants fight free radicals, molecules that cause oxidative stress, cell damage, and inflammation. 
Moringa contains antioxidants called flavonoids, polyphenols, and ascorbic acid in the leaves, flowers, and seeds. 
A study found that leaf extracts had higher antioxidant activity, free-radical-scavenging capacity, and higher inhibition of lipid, protein, and DNA oxidation than flowers and seeds.
This means it prevents the damage and degradation that free radicals cause in the cells of different organs in the dogs body, keeping them healthy and functioning at their best.
It Fights Inflammation:
Inflammation can lead to chronic diseases like diabetes, respiratory problems, cardiovascular disease, arthritis, and obesity. 
Moringa reduces inflammation by suppressing inflammatory enzymes and proteins in the dogs body, and moringa leaf concentrate can significantly lower inflammation in the cells.
It Supports Brain Health:
Moringa supports brain health and cognitive function because of its antioxidant and neuro-enhancer activities. 
It's also been tested as a treatment for Alzheimer’s disease with favorable preliminary results. 
Its high content of vitamins E and C fight oxidation that leads to neuron degeneration, improving brain function. 
It’s also able to normalize the neurotransmitters serotonin, dopamine, and noradrenaline in the brain, which play a key role in memory, mood, organ function, responses to stimulus such as stress and pleasure, and mental health, for example in depression and psychosis.
It Protects The Liver:
Moringa contains high concentrations of polyphenols in its leaves and flowers that protect the liver against oxidation, toxicity, and damage. 
Moringa can reduce liver damage and fibrosis and reverse oxidation in the liver. 
Moringa oil can also restore liver enzymes to normal levels, reducing oxidative stress, and increasing protein content in the liver. 
The liver is responsible for blood detoxification, bile production, fructose metabolism, fat metabolism, and nutrient processing, and it can only fulfill these functions with the aid of liver enzymes, so it's vital they stay at normal levels. 
For instance, lower levels of hepatic enzymes can impair its ability to filter the blood.
It Contains Antimicrobial And Antibacterial Properties:
Moringa has antibacterial and anti-fungal properties that fight infections. It's been effective against types of fungi that cause infections on skin and strains of bacteria responsible for blood and urinary tract infections and digestive problems.
It Enhances Wound Healing:
Moringa has blood-clotting properties in its leaves, roots, and seeds that enhance wound healing and can reduce clotting time, which means it reduces the time it takes for scratches, cuts, or wounds to stop bleeding.

All information provided on website is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as medical advice or instruction. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease or medical condition. For specific medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment, consult your veterinarian. 

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