All my cats have chronic renal failure, and my vet put them on B complex. I chose Thorne Research because the B12 used is methylcobalamin, which is superior to the cyanocobalamin. Only downside is each capsule has to be divided into 4 portions (for cats) so you'll either need to add to their food or separate into smaller capsules (which I also buy from iherb).
The black quinoa are nuttier than the regular ones. My husband loves them.
Thorne Research used to carry the same supplements for pets, but it's no longer sold on iherb. Fortunately this one is exactly the same. My senior cat's liver enzymes are high so I put her on glutathione. It's safe as there are no xylitol, which is lethal for cats.
I believe they are one of the superior CoQ10 in the market.
Very easily absorbed and not sticky or greasy. I don't know about the age-defying bit though, everyone has to grow old eventually right?
Great to use when you're travelling. The snap ons keep your toothbrush clean.
The red quinoa are a bit nuttier than the regular ones but not as nutty as the black ones.
Smells nice but haven't tried it yet.
I don't think they work as well as Transfer Factor in boosting immune systems. I may be wrong but I'm not seeing any results.
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