Recommended for children who are concerned about this
Worried about joints, difficult to manage weight, etc.
Sweet potato paste, rice flour, virgin coconut oil, spinach powder, Jerusalem artichoke powder, N-acetylglucosamine, CPL (cyclic polylactic acid), green tea extract
Based on the concept of preventing pet joints and liver function, the functional vegetable "Jerusalem artichoke" and N-acetylglucosamine, which are currently attracting attention for their outstanding nutritional value, are blended in a sweet potato-based dough in a well-balanced manner. In addition, trans-fatty acid-free coconut oil is used, and the 7 major allergens such as flour, eggs, and milk are not used (shrimp and crab are used), so it is recommended for pets with food allergies. N-Acetylglucosamine has 3 times higher body absorbability than regular glucosamine, and supports the production of hyaluronic acid, which efficiently promotes the formation of joints and cartilage. In addition, by using the functional vegetable "Jerusalem artichoke", which is rich in inulin, a water-soluble dietary fiber, we take into consideration the maintenance of healthy liver function. In order to increase the absorption rate of these two ingredients, CPL (cyclic polymerized lactic acid) is blended.
What is N-acetylglucosamine
|What is N-acetylglucosamine
|N-Acetylglucosamine, also known as naturally occurring glucosamine, is an amino acid and is one of the monosaccharides, a form of sugar that cannot be broken down any further. It is abundant in the skin, joint cartilage, joint fluid, eyes, and brain. Hyaluronic acid is a component of hyaluronic acid.
|Efficacy you can expect
■ To maintain healthy joints
■ Beautiful skin effect
|Difference from regular glucosamine
|Regular glucosamine must be converted to N-glucosamine once in the body. Since N-acetylglucosamine is directly absorbed, there is a difference of "3 times the absorption capacity" compared to normal. Also, hyaluronic acid can only be produced from N-acetylglucosamine.
What is Jerusalem artichoke, a functional vegetable?
|What is Jerusalem artichoke
|It is a plant belonging to the family Asteraceae. It blooms with yellow flowers resembling chrysanthemum flowers, and its underground roots resemble potatoes, hence the name. Although it is called potato, it contains almost no starch like potatoes and sweet potatoes. 35Kcal per 100g, half the calories of potatoes and sweet potatoes.
|Efficacy you can expect
■ To maintain healthy liver function Jerusalem artichokes contain a large amount of an ingredient called "inulin". “Inulin” is a type of polysaccharide and also a dietary fiber that cannot be digested by digestive enzymes. Inulin helps maintain healthy liver function.
■ "Inulin" that adjusts the intestinal environment turns into a kind of oligosaccharide in the intestine, and becomes food for good bacteria in the intestine. Therefore, good bacteria increase and support the intestinal environment.
|5 kg or less
|10 kg or less
|20kg or less
|30kg or less