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Clean Ingredients Supplements

Real food ingredients give your pet a natural boost with maximum bioavailability. All certified USDA Organic. No chemicals.

Clean Ingredients Supplements

Real food ingredients give your pet a natural boost with maximum bioavailability. All certified USDA Organic. No chemicals.

What's inside

Banana
What does it do?
Rich in fiber to support bowel regularity

Black Pepper
What does it do?
Increases the bioavailability of curcumin

Blueberry
What does it do?
Not only are blueberries rich in Vitamin C, but they are also an excellent source of antioxidants, which protect against free radicals that damage the body. They also support urinary tract health and make going to the potty a little easier

Chamomile
What does it do?
Packed with antioxidants that nourish the nervous system to help muscles relax and minimizes stress

Chicory Root
What does it do?
Great source of prebiotic fiber, which strengthen and increases the good bacteria in the gut

Chlorella (Dried Seaweed Meal)
What does it do?
Provides a complete protein source. That means it contains all nine essential amino acids. It also has iron and Vitamin C, and small amounts of magnesium, zinc, copper, potassium, calcium, some B-vitamins, and Omega 3s

Coconut
What does it do?
Provides lauric acid and aid in absorption of fat-soluble vitamins

Cranberry
What does it do?
Not only are cranberries rich in Vitamin C, but they are also an excellent source of antioxidants, which protect against free radicals that damage the body. They also support urinary tract health and make going to the potty a little easier

Dandelion Root
What does it do?
Rich in antioxidants, which protect against free radicals that damage the body, and vitamin A, C, E, K, B.

Flax Seed
What does it do?
Full of fatty acids that keep the skin moisturized

Ginger
What does it do?
Full of B vitamins are essential for brain health and improve systems of stress by lowering blood levels of homocysteine

Kelp (Brown Algae)
What does it do?
Rich in antioxidants, which protect against free radicals that damage the body.

Lavender
What does it do?
Packed with antioxidants to nourish the nervous system which helps muscles relax and minimizes stress

Pumpkin
What does it do?
Chock full of Vitamin C and high fiber content to support healthy digestion

Sunflower Seed
What does it do?
Rich in zinc and selenium for immune system development

Turmeric
What does it do?
Prized for its high concentrations of curcumin

Wheatgrass
What does it do?
Rich in vitamins and minerals, including Vitamins A, C, and E, iron, calcium, and magnesium. Because the plant has not seeded, wheatgrass is gluten-free and grain-free.

What's never inside

Butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA)
Why it's bad?
An artificial antioxidant preservative. Carcinogenic, it accumulates in the lungs, liver, and kidneys and is associated with stomach tumors in animal studies.
Butylated hydroxytoluene (BHT)
Why it's bad?
An artificial antioxidant preservative. It accumulates in the liver, and is associated with liver tumors in animal studies.

Formaldehyde
Why it's bad?
A preservative that is a known carcinogen and skin irritant.

What to Look For?
Formaldehyde
Gluten
Why it's bad?
Contained in wheat, rye, and barley. Wheat is one of the 8 common allergens. Wheat and other gluten-containing foods are associated with Celiac disease and less sever gluten intolerances.

What to Look For?
Formaldehyde
Glycols
Why it's bad?
Used as solvents, sweeteners, and preservatives. They are allergenic and are a toxic to the kidneys, liver, and nervous system, and even more toxic to infants, who metabolize them slowly.

GMOs
Why it's bad?
GMOs are believed to cause harm to the environment, farmers and community. The chemicals used to protect these crops run off into the water supply. GMO plant material is not allowed in organic products.

Parabens
Why it's bad?
Chemical preservatives that prevent growth of bacteria or mold but are known to cause hormone disruption and cause environmental damage. They have also been found to accelerate skin aging, skin rashes and allergies.

What to Look For?
• Methylparaben
• Ethylparaben
• Isobutylparaben
• Propylparaben
• Heptylparaben
PEGs
Why it's bad?
Synthetic chemicals used as a thickener, softener, or to attract moisture but can cause skin irritation and carry other chemicals across the skin into the bloodstream.

What to Look For?
• Polyethylene Glycol
• PEG-150 Distearate
• PEG 6000 Disterate
• PEG 80 Sorbitan Laurate
Phthalates
Why it's bad?
Plasticizing chemicals used to soften products but may cause hormone disruption and damage the kidneys and liver.

What to Look For?
• BBP: butyl benzyl phthalate.
• DBP: di-n-butyl phthalate.
• DEHP: di-(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate.
Stearates
Why it's bad?
An additive used in supplements to prevent sticking and clumping. They can cause indigestion as well as immune system suppression.

What to Look For?
stearic acid, magnesium stearate.
Sulfites
Why it's bad?
Sulfites are used as preservatives but can cause headaches, rashes, and difficulty breathing.

What to Look For?
potassium bisulfite, sodium sulfite.