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Why Natural Sources in Multivitamins Matter


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DID YOU KNOW that certain vitamin sources may be better than others? Researchers indicate that vitamins from natural sources, like berries, Whole Foods
vegetables, and even fish oils, may offer extra benefits to your dog's body. Examples of vitamin-packed whole food sources are:

Acerola berries Fish oil Kelp
These berries contain more Vitamin C than oranges, and as much Vitamin A as carrots. Rich in free-radical-fighting antioxidants, acerola berries can be found in all of our LifeStage Select® Multivitamins. Fish oil is an excellent source of essential Omega-3 fatty acids, which promote heart, joint, skin and coat health. Omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil can be found in each of our LifeStage Select® Multivitamins. An excellent source of natural iodine which aids in healthy thyroid function, kelp also contains micronutrients and is in each of our multivitamin formulas.

When choosing a multivitamin for your dog, why not choose a brand that offers some great whole food sources?

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