Did you know that there are a number of correlations between human health, and dog health?
Many of the same conditions and diseases that humans are afflicted with also affect many of our canine friends.
Arthritis, cancer, dementia, alzheimer’s, blood clots, heart disease and digestive issues are all conditions that yourself and your pup might run into.
There are also a number of symptoms and conditions linked to inflammation in the body.
Thankfully, there are foods and supplements that work for humans that can also be given to our furry friends.
One such, very potent and effective supplement, is turmeric. Especially the PuraTHRIVE Liposomal blend. It is especially strong against inflammation…
Inflammation in humans and dogs…
The following analogy is a great example that explains why dogs can benefit from the same supplements as humans:
When you have an injury or an infection, you’ll probably notice that your skin in that area gets a little warm and red. You’ll also probably notice some swelling. This is because your body is sending a lot of plasma to that area. Blood flow might be somewhat restricted, but this process is allowing dead cells to be evacuated. This is your body’s protection mechanism, we call it inflammation.
When it comes to our furry friends, we might not recognize these signs of injury, because their fur prevents us from feeling the heat from the injury, or seeing the swelling and redness. When our pets are injured in this somewhat subtle way, we depend on them to communicate this to us. Obviously, this isn’t always easy. They might whine or limp to bring attention to their pain.
The inflammation that can be difficult to identify on your dog’s skin, is also happening within your cells, and within your dog’s cells. It’s not easy to identify until it’s causing other symptoms, like heart issues, joint pain, digestive problems, brain fog, etc. The symptoms will depend on where in your body the inflammation is building up.
This kind of inflammation is damaging your health, and is caused by not eating the right kinds of food, not getting enough sleep, and/or a lack of exercise. It can also be triggered by environmental factors, like toxins and pollutants that we encounter on a daily basis.
Cellular inflammation is often called silent inflammation. Some go as far as to call it the silent killer. It puts pressure on your heart, brain and other organs and can cause long-term damage and disease.
Unfortunately, both you and your pet are at risk for cellular inflammation.
Thankfully, turmeric offers a natural solution to this.
How does Turmeric work in a dog’s body?
A big part of the benefit comes from the bioactive component of turmeric known as curcumin. Curcumin in a powerful ally against a number of health conditions. It inhibits the production of tumor necrosis factor and proteins that trigger inflammation.
TurmericforHealth.com explain that: “A study was conducted wherein dogs were given NSAIDs or curcumin as a part of their diet to treat osteoarthritis. Curcumin significantly decreased expression of genes involved in inflammatory response better than NSAIDs.
Curcumin inhibited the activity of immune cells and production of pro-inflammatory chemicals. Researchers concluded that curcumin can be used as a complimentary therapy in treating osteoarthritis in dogs.”
Turmeric can also help your canine friend with digestive issues. It helps their gallbladders to produce more bile. Not just more in fact, but a more concentrated, potent form of bile. This helps balance your dog’s digestive system, which helps prevent constipation and diarrhea.
So what does this mean for Fido?
This means that you can give him (or her…) PuraTHRIVE’s Liposomal Turmeric too! They can benefit from the pain relief and anti-inflammatory effects of this incredible product just as much as you can.
The same absorption benefits that the liposomes and micelles offer you, work for your canine pals, so you can be assured that their body’s are benefitting from the nutrition you’re giving them. All this, without the harmful side-effects that come from giving them NSAIDs.