PetAlive Pancreas Booster promotes pancreatic health and digestive functioning.
The pancreas performs two important functions within the body: producing digestive juices and enzymes to help digest fats and proteins AND producing the hormone insulin, together with a variety of other hormones.
Pancreas Booster Benefits:
- Supports the health of the pancreas
- Promotes digestive functioning
- Supports balance of digestive enzymes used during digestion
- Supports healthy insulin production
Pancreas Booster is a natural pancreas treatment to support pancreatic sufficiency and digestive health in cats and dogs.
Each bottle contains 60 capsules.
This 100% herbal remedy supports the pancreas in its creation of important enzymes needed during the digestive process. Pancreas Booster is also an excellent overall tonic supplement, which promotes the breakdown of foods in the intestines to support pancreatic health and vitality. Help for pets with pancreatitis.
is a mixture of sulfur-containing protein-digesting enzymes and is present in all parts of the pineapple plant. This natural ingredient has been researched for its ability to support the pancreas.
is an enzyme found in papaya (Carica papaya) fruit latex. Its utility is in breaking down tough meat fibers.
(Gymnema Sylvestre) has been researched for its ability to promote and support healthy levels of sugar in the blood.
(Galega officinalis) contains guanidine, a substance that supports healthy blood sugar levels.
(Foeniculum vulgare) has been researched for its bitter principles and potential ability to support blood sugar levels.
Each bottle contains 60 capsules. Capsules may be given whole or mixed with food or a treat.
Cats: 1/2 capsule twice daily
Dogs under 20 lbs: 1/2 capsule twice daily
Dogs 20-50 lbs: 1 capsule twice daily
Dogs over 50 lbs: 1-2 capsules twice daily
One bottle of Pancreas Booster (60 vegetable capsules) will last for 15-60 days, depending on the size of your pet.
Note: Pancreas Booster may be used alone, or in conjunction with conventional veterinary management. Ask your vet to monitor your pet's progress.