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How NatrixOne Puppy with DHA will Benefit your growing Pup

What are the Health Benefits of DHA?

DHA, better known as Docosahexaenoic Acid, is an Omega 3 fatty acid naturally occurring in fish, algae, nuts, and some plants such as micro algae and dried seaweed found in NatrixOne Puppy.  DHA is closely linked to healthy aging throughout life. After DHA is consumed, it is placed within the cell membranes, where it, directly and indirectly, affects cellular function by promoting the fluidity, flexibility, and permeability of cell membranes. This is vital to cell function, including receiving, processing, and responding to information from nearby cells and messages coming from the surrounding environment. DHA has been documented to:

  • Supports healthy eye, brain, and skin growth.
  • Improved cognitive function.
  • Reduced Inflammation.
  • Muscle Recovery After Exercise.
  • Improve Eye function
  • May Reduce Your Risk of Certain Cancers and Heart Disease.

What Foods are High in DHA?

  • Krill
  • Oysters
  • Spirulina
  • Seaweed
  • Salmon
  • Sardines
  • Caviar

How much DHA should I give my dog?

Virtually every cell in the body relies on DHA omega 3 fatty acids, making it a building block for over 30 trillion cells. Differing metabolisms mean each dog will need a different amount of DHA. The NatrixOne Puppy dosing chart can help you determine what amount of supplement will be most beneficial to your dog.

Why NatrixOne Puppy is the best DHA Supplement

The vast majority of products offering DHA on Amazon or Chewy are derived from unsustainable sources of fish oil. NatrixOne offers a seed-to-mouth promise of a 100% sustainably sourced products. Plant-based food as a source of DHA over fish oil are both more sustainable and scalable.

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About the Author

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!