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AniForte Taurine Powder – 100g


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Taurine Powder is an essential amino acid in cats and is vitally important for heart muscle function, vision, digestion and to maintain a healthy immune system. Taurine should be included in a cats’ diet as it can’t be synthesized in the body. It can act as nutritional support in cases of muscle tremors and nerve ailments. The addition of Taurine Powder to your cat’s diet can also play a role in muscle maintenance and performance.

Benefits of Taurine Powder:

✔ Taurine is an essential amino acid for cats

✔ Important for the eyes, digestion, heart muscle function and to maintain a healthy immune system

✔ Aids muscle performance

✔ Supports nerve function

✔ No artificial additives

How does Taurine Powder work?

Taurine is an essential amino acid in cats that they can’t synthesize in sufficient quantities themselves, so it must be included in a cats’ diet. The amino acid plays an important role in the immune system and is necessary for the health of the retina.

The daily requirement of taurine for a cat weighing 4 kg is about 500 mg. However, it can vary depending on age, condition, weight and the energy requirements of your pet. Kittens, pregnant and lactating cats and older animals have increased taurine consumption.

Taurine Powder can balance the daily taurine requirements of your pet and has an additional positive effect on numerous metabolic and organ functions. Taurine Powder can particularly help maintain a healthy retina. The powder contributes to a normal immune system and strengthens the vitality and well-being of your four-legged friend.

Taurine Powder is also a component of neurotransmitters responsible for smooth nerve function. Added to your cat’s diet as a complementary supplement, your animal may experience more comfortable movement and less muscle sensitivity.

For years our customers have trusted our Taurine Powder for cats, due to its balanced supply of essential amino acids

Our AniForte® products are developed in close cooperation with alternative practitioners, nutrition experts and veterinarians to support the healthy development of your pet.

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