Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Three Steps to Reduce Elevated Liver Enzymes In Your Cat or Dog



Many pets will have elevated liver enzymes at some point in their lives and may not show any outward symptoms. Often the only way elevated liver enzymes are diagnosed is during a routine laboratory test and/or physical exam. The liver is the main filtering system for the body and performs many functions.  For example, the liver is involved in the metabolism of fats, protein and carbohydrates, production of bile which aids in digestion, synthesis of glycogen (related to blood sugar regulation), protein synthesis and of course filtering toxins. If your pet is diagnosed with elevated liver enzymes, there is a lot you can do to be proactive and help improve your pet's liver function. 

Three steps to reduce elevated liver enzymes in your cat or dog:

Step 1: Use veterinary-approved remedies to reduce elevated liver enzymes and detoxify the liver.

Special SAMe -  Powerful antioxidant scientifically proven to support liver health and detoxification (our formula is for pets over 13 pounds)

The Liver Support Kit -  Contains three gentle formulas Lypozyme, Power Probiotic and Liver/Gallbladder Support Formula to  support digestion and liver detoxification

Oxicell SE - Contains key antioxidants to support liver health in an easy to use topical cream

Step 2: Change Your Pet's Diet-Change your pet's diet to a low fat, hypoallergenic, natural diet. Avoid grains, food allergens, chemicals and sweeteners.  A clean diet improves digestion and reduces the workload on your pet's liver.

Step 3: Get Regular Laboratory Testing to Assess Your Pet's Progress-Work with your veterinarian to perform regular laboratory testing.