PSCPets Antioxidants with Vitamins For Dogs & Cats - 90 tablets

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Antioxidants are substances that fight free radicals, which are compounds in the body that tamper with DNA and alter cells which sometimes lead to the cell's death. Free radicals naturally occur in the body as by-products of certain processes and environmental toxins, such as ultraviolet rays from the sun and air pollution. It is believed that free radicals contribute to the development of many health problems including heart disease and cancer, as well as the overall aging process. Antioxidants, such as the ones contained in this daily supplement, can reduce and possibly help prevent some of the damage they cause by neutralizing free radicals. PSCPets Antioxidants with Vitamins contains all of the necessary daily vitamin C, which is a potent antioxidant that also supports liver and kidney functions, as well as the immune system. Vitamin C has been shown to help with strengthening immune systems that are weakened from both internal and external stress. Vitamin C is also important because it plays a main role in collagen production, which is essential for the repair and growth of tissue cells. This in turn contributes to healing, helps prevents bruising, and also works to support tendon and ligament health. It also works to promote the health of blood vessels by strengthening capillaries, and it is beneficial for bones, teeth, and gums. PSCPets Antioxidants with Vitamins also contain vitamin E, another antioxidant that is important for its immune support because it helps provide the skin with the necessary moisture for intense healing. Vitamin D is included as protection against microbial invaders, while Vitamin B12 plays a key role in the normal functioning of the nervous system, brain, and also the formation of blood. In healthy bodies, Vitamin B12 is involved in the metabolism of every cell, affecting DNA regulation and synthesis, as well as fatty acid synthesis and energy production.

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