Enzymes are inherent to all life processes and are integral to the proper functioning of all body systems.
Your cat could actually be missing out on the nutrients from the food that they eat! Without important enzymes that would normally be replenished by eating wild prey, your pet may be unable to properly digest food. By re-introducing enzymes and "friendly" bacteria (probiotics) into the diet, your pet can unlock the valuable nutrients in food and have an optimally functioning, very healthy digestive system.
When foods are not digested properly, the nutrients that your pet would ordinarily obtain from food may not be available. Large, undigested food particles may increase the allergic response due to the fact that the body treats these large particles as allergens. Eventually the immune system can ultimately be affected. If your pet must consistently call upon his store of enzymes, then eventually the body may become enzyme-deficient and vulnerable to disease. Not surprisingly, glands and major organs suffer most from enzyme deficiency.
Ensure proper nutrient absorption by feeding Wholistic Feline Digest All Plus™.
Wholistic Feline Digest-All Plus™ is truly the best enzyme product on the market! Not only does Wholistic Feline Digest-All Plus™ contain a full range of pure, highly active enzymes and probiotics (10 billion CFUs per gram including a patented enzyme that demonstrates antibacterial activity) but it is the same quality as that used for human consumption! Wholistic Feline Digest-All Plus™ will deliver superior results for increased digestive health for cats!
1 cup of food...............................1/4 teaspoon
Mix in your pets regular meal. Daily amount may be divided amongst meals. Amount can be adjusted according to individual cats needs.
1 scoop = 1/4 teaspoon = 1g
|12,100 msg amino acid liberated/min/g|
|52.5g starch dextrinized/min/g|
|0.60 mg glucose liberated/min/g|
|11 mg hemicellulose reduced/min/g|
|130 moles of fatty acid liberated/min/g|
|36.66 msg amino acid liberated/min/g|
|375 msg amino acid liberated/min/g|
|5 billion CFU/g|
|5 billion CFU/g|