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Now Pure Powder 8 Oz Organic Kelp for Pets
Now Pure Powder 8 Oz Organic Kelp for Pets Supplement Facts and Ingridients


Now Pure Powder - Organic Kelp for Healthy Pets

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Calling all pet owners! Are you looking for a natural way to boost a pet's health? Look no further than Kelp – the large, leafy seaweed that grows in "forests" in the colder waters of the world's oceans. Kelp has been a vital ingredient in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Cuisines, prized for its nutritional value for centuries. And now, with Now Pure Powder, an organic kelp supplement, you can provide your pet with the same natural nutrient profile found in genuine whole foods.

Here are some of the incredible benefits of Now Pure Powder for your pet:

  • A natural source of iodine, which supports healthy thyroid function. A healthy thyroid means better metabolism, hormone balance, and overall well-being for your furry friend.
  • Kelp is rich in vitamins and minerals, including calcium, magnesium, and iron, which can support healthy bones, muscles, and blood circulation in your pet.
  • Anti-inflammatory properties, Kelp can help reduce inflammation and improve joint health in your pet, ensuring they stay active and comfortable as they age.

So why not give your pet the natural goodness of Kelp with Now Pure Powder? Your furry friend will thank you for the added health benefits, and you'll have peace of mind knowing you're providing them with the very best.

Not manufactured with yeast, wheat, gluten, soy, corn, milk, egg, fish, shellfish, or tree nut ingredients.

Produced in a GMP facility that processes other ingredients containing these allergens.

Supplement facts

1 level scoop (90mg) provides 450 mcg of iodine

Suggested dose

Add to your dog's home-prepared food the amount NRC requires to meet the iodine requirement.

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