How Vitamin E will Benefit your Dog

Health Benefits of Vitamin E

My patients often ask me what NatrixOne camelina oil can do for their pets besides flexible joints and lustrous skin & coat. NatrixOne has three primary properties that each offer their own unique benefits with the common denominator being anti-inflammatory. These properties are 1) Omega Fatty Acids (OFAs), 2) natural vitamin E, and 3) PhytonutrientsIn this blog I will be explaining the health benefits of vitamin E and why it is an important addition to any diet. 

Our next post will explain some of the primary phytonutrients found in our proprietary camelina seed oil and olives. Camelina seed oil, the foundation of NatrixOne™ oil is 40% natural Vitamin E.

It has long been said that regular consumption of natural vitamin E can help ward off heart disease and prevent several types of cancer. While Alpha-tocopherol is the most common form of vitamin E seen in foods today, scientists have begun to look to its little-known cousin, Gamma-tocopherol, as the superior form of Vitamin E.

Unlike Alpha-tocopherol, Gamma-tocopherol has been found to prevent and reduce inflammation, and defend against reactive nitrogen oxides- disease provoking compounds in the body, which are integral to the inflammation process.

"Humans and animals cannot synthesize their own vitamin E, therefore, they must acquire it from plants which are the only organisms capable of manufacturing it."

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How Vitamin E Can Benefit your Dog

Type 1 Diabetes – Protects pancreatic cells from damaging effects of interleukin 1-beta

Cardiovascular Disease – Prevents inflammation which is the main contributor to cardiovascular disease

Neuro-Protective – Prevents oxidative stress and inflammation that contribute to dementia and other brain related degenerative conditions 

Cancer Prevention – Both Gamma and Alpha tocopherols arrest development of cancer cells

Heals cuts – Vitamin E has long been known to heal abrasions

Moisturizes Skin – Ingested or applied topically, vitamin E is a great way to restore water loss to the skin

So, as you can see, NatrixOne™ camelina oil and the natural vitamin E it contains, have a wide range of beneficial effects on your pet’s body.  Please don’t wait to start your dog on a supplement when its old and already has health issues: Ben Franklin put it best: “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”

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About the Author

Rich Coleman

Rich Coleman

Dr. Rich Coleman grew up in Fairfield, Ohio and began his journey into veterinary medicine as a kennel attendant at the age of 15. He completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Cincinnati before graduating from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2002. Dr. Rich took over Plum Veterinary Clinic in December 2006, changed the name to Four Paws Animal Hospital in 2007, built a new facility in 2012 and began a remodel in March 2019 to allow for more growth and opportunities for our community. Dr. Rich Coleman is the Chief Veterinary Officer for NatrixOne™ and completed our 100 dog study in 2018. After seeing results firsthand, he joined the NatrixOne team!