In cats it is frequent the accumulation of ingested hairballs. These hairballs can cause stomach and intestinal disorders. The intestinal constipation is defined as a lack of bowel movement that occurs less than three times a week, constipation with hard stool usually shows excrement, dry, small in size, and difficult to eliminate. Aging may also affect bowel regularity because a slower metabolism promotes a reduction of intestinal activity and muscle tone. The lack of physical activity can lead to constipation. Constipation, therefore, occurs when the colon absorbs too much water or if the muscular contractions of the colon are slow, causing the displacement of the digestive matter in a too slow. As a result, stools can become hard and dry.
Inulin is a sugar characterized by the presence of fruttosiliche units linked fructose.
Some studies in the laboratory have shown that the inulin increases the number of bifidobacteria and lactobacilli in the large intestine. These are the most useful bacteria because promote the absorption of nutrients present in food and medicinal plants, the functioning of the intestines and why they fight the development of intestinal tumors. It is useful in case of: Insufficient fiber introduction. It is very common occurrence that frequently leads to constipation. The subjects constipated, subject to flatulence and constipation can benefit from taking constant inulin. In gemmotherapy the main remedy for constipation is the Vaccinium vitis ideae is the specific remedy for all ailments affecting the colon. Experimental studies have shown that has a regulating action on the motility of the colon: in the case of inertia exerts stimulating action, in case of hypertonia proves sedative, antispasmodic. Therefore is used both in constipation that in spastic colon. In the case of constipation it is often associated with another two-derived Gemmo: Birch pubescens. Cats have the metabolic need to hire taurine through diet. This need depends on the fact that the synthesis of this particular amino acid is mediated by certain enzymes which, precisely in cats, play limited action. Taurine is an amino acid that has the function of producing the bile acids and to adjust the calcium present within the cells, which is essential to run in the proper way the nervous tissue and the muscle and is one of the key elements that contributes to the general welfare of the cat. A study of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Naples Federico II shows that the incidence of dilated cardiomyopathy has fallen right through the integration of taurine in feed for domestic felines.
Composition: maltose, dextrin, glucose, fructose, yeast hydrolysates, Vaccinium v.i., fructooligosaccharides, inulin.
Additives per kg | Thickeners E415 Xanthan Gum 11000 mg.
Preservatives: E202 Potassium sorbate 3000 mg, 1000 mg citric acid E330.
Botanically defined natural products: Birch p.20000 mg
Nutritional additives: Taurine 50000 mg.
Analytical constituents: Humidity 31,91%, Crude fiber inf. 1%, Raw protein 7,65%, oils and fats 0.26%, Crude ash 2.20%, mining inazotati 57,98%.
Packaging: tube 70 g