Thursday, April 8, 2010

Give your dog some Kelp Help

Kelp is considered a sea vegetable. Kelp is actually algae which makes them different from other food sources such as plants and animals. They have exotic names like Nori, Hijiki, Kombu, Wakame, Arame also known as Seaweed and Kelp.

Kelp can help your dog.  Kelp will provide iodine to the body and help the functioning of he thyroid gland, which influences overall health, metabolism, skin and coat.  It can also help with pigmentation.  It contains protein, is rich in iodine, calcium, mangesium, iron, copper, phosphorus and potassium as well as vitamins A, B, E and D.

Because kelp contains so many of the critical components for dog nutrition it promotes good health and long life in many ways including: better digestion, control and relief of skin and coat disorders, relief and prevention of allergic reactions, healing from injuries, higher resistance to infection, cell rejuvenation, detoxifying, and joint repair.

There are many reasons for using kelp as a dog supplement, some of which are maintaining a healthy thyroid gland, healthy joints, and healthy coat and skin.

So please consider adding kelp to your dog's diet and give your dog some kelp help.

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