Monday, July 20, 2009

MSU Study helps Arthritic Dogs





Arthritis sufferers long have sworn on the mysterious healing power of Michigan's tart cherries. The swollen fingers, the aching knees, the arthritis pains -- all minimized, thanks to the magic potion in cherries. Now pets can have this relief also.

Recently, scientific research proved these claims of relief from cherries.

Michigan State University studies have confirmed that the compounds that give tart cherries their bright red shade also relieve pain. The compounds also are rich in antioxidants, which slow the body's natural process of deterioration, MSU and other scientific studies show.

Eight years of ongoing study for MSU researchers show that tart cherries have an anti-inflammatory property called anthocyanin.

In addition, the antioxidants cherries contain are ten times more active than those in vitamin C.

Overby Farm worked closely with MSU university experts and practicing veterinarians in capturing these healthy benefits for our companion animals - in particular cats and dogs.

Research at Michigan State University’s Bioactive Natural Products and Phytoceuticals Laboratory identified that the natural enzymes and antioxidant compounds in cherries may help relieve discomfort and inflammation associated with normal daily exercise and activity.

Hip Bones have captured all of this research to an effective and natural way to relieve a dog's pain. (see picture above)
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1 Comments:

At November 24, 2010 at 7:12 PM , Anonymous Edward McNair said...

Great product, thanks for keeping us up to date...we really count on you guy more than you'll ever know.

 

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