Recommended by veterinarians worldwide
Moringa can be added to the diets of all family members… Even those with four legs!
Want to know why veterinarians worldwide recommend Moringa to pet owners? Simple. Cats and dogs, and in fact all animals, have been shown to benefit greatly from many of the same health benefits humans derive from Moringa. Although it’s not yet a common ingredient in pet food or supplements, many pet owners have reported seeing a significant change in their furry friends after adding Moringa to their meals. Owners of especially older animals, reported a marked increase in the energy levels and mobility of their pets. Senior canine companions who, before the addition of Moringa, did not feel up for “walkies” anymore suddenly were wagging their tails, leash in mouth, again. Would it not be wonderful to give your pet a new lease on life?
Packed with nutrients
Pets that struggle with weight issues, or suffer from diabetes, cancer, or digestive problems, definitely need to be given Moringa to combat these illnesses. Research has shown that Moringa is packed with protein, vitamin C and A, antioxidants, calcium, iron, and potassium. No surprise then that something that has been shown to have undeniably positive effects on human health, can do the same for other mammals, reptiles, birds and even aquatic pets. It is currently very successfully used to treat anemia in both humans and animals. Are you ready for you and your little fluff ball to try it out yet?
Here are a few of the greatest benefits that Moringa offers pets:
- Healthy coat
- Healthy teeth
- Healthy digestion
- Increased bone density
- Increased endurance and stamina
- Improved arthritic joints
- Healthy eye sight
- Healthy nervous system
- Improved skin ailments like eczema
Even though we have complete faith in the fact that Moringa will change your life, we have to remind all animal lovers that it is a supplement and is not meant to take the place of feeding your pet a nutritionally balanced diet. Perhaps do a little research of your own into your pet’s condition and discuss the situation with your veterinarian first before jumping into it. Either way, your beloved animal friend will benefit from your attention to their well-being.