Nutrition – The Origin of Balance Between Type 1 and Type 2 Prostaglandins

The Origin of Balance Between Type 1 and Type 2 Prostaglandins Gamma-Linolenic Acid or GLA Quick transformation Dihomo-gamma-linolenic acid or DHLA Quick transformation : slow transformation Type 1 prostaglandins: arachidonic acid Reducing inflammation Type 2 prostaglandins Encouraging inflammation On occurrences of skin disorders of allergic origin, it has been noted that the production of type 1 prostaglandins is reduced, probably

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Nutrition – Feedstuffs – Key Points

Feedstuffs Key Points 1 – Borage oil is an oil of vegetable origin, very attractive from the point of view of its composition in unsaturated fatty acids. Indeed, it is the only oil containing over 20% of gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), which directly derives from linoleic acid. 2 – The GLA intake in the diet compensates for a number of enzymatic

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Feeding programs in kennel

Feeding programs in kennel

Feeding programs in kennel 1 – nutritional requirements for the maintenance of an adult dog. 2 – Specific Nutritional Requirements: 3 – The Normal Eating Habits of Dogs 4 – The Most Frequent Eating Problems 5 – Variations of the Nutritional Requirements 6 – How to Establish a Rationing Plan in Breeding 7 – Conclusion   about boxer

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Nutrition – Ten commandments

Boxer Dog Nutrition - Ten commandments

Boxer Dog Nutrition – Ten commandments In 1985, Professor R. Wolter of the Ecole Nationale Vétérinaire in Alfort, France, formulated his “Ten Commandments” for feeding dogs. These ten rules, reproduced in part below, will help dog owners avoid the most common errors with regard to the practical aspects of feeding dogs. 1. Give the Dog Plenty of Water to Drink

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