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Hepatosyl Plus 200mg

1/2 PRICE STOCK CLEARANCE - SHORT DATED 200mg packs of 60. Please note stock expires end of September 2015

60 capsules £39.49 0
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  • Manufacturer: Ceva
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Hepatosyl Plus is a nutritional supplement designed to help maintain liver function in cats and dogs. Hepatosyl Plus increases natural antioxidant levels required by the liver to help detoxify the body of harmful substances. As well as detoxification, the liver plays a vital role in many other bodily functions e.g. metabolism, digestion, storage of nutrients. Hepatosyl Plus contains Magnesium stearate and alfalfa powder, both of which help to improve hepatic glutathione levels. Glutathione is a powerful antioxidant that protects hepatic cells. 45% of cats and dogs that suffer from liver problems have a low Glutathione levels.
Hepatosyl Plus also contains S adenosylmethionine (SAMe) which is a natural compound that can be found in almost every tissue and fluid in the body.Hepatosyl Plus also contains three powerful antioxidants: Silybin, Vitamin E and Vitamin K1. These three ingredients help to eliminate any free radicals floating around that pose a potential threat to the normal functioning of the liver.

Special Instructions

For long-term use, the capsules should be given once daily for 2-3 months and then reduced to every other day for ongoing maintenance.

Please see our Pet Healthcare Article on Feeding a Cat with Liver Disease for expert advice on the subject.

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