Kelp, a brown algae seaweed, is an excellent source of vitamins B, C, D, E, K, microelements (iodine, calcium, phosphorus, sulphur, magnesium, potassium, and zinc), amino acids, omega-3 and omega-6 unsaturated fatty acids, fibre, and other substances with proven benefits for skin, coat, and oral cavity health.
Kelp is primarily used for its high content of iodine, vitamins, and microelements, which help maintain normal thyroid function and metabolism. Because it is rich in unsaturated fatty acids and fibre, it supports digestion and improves the usability of food. This positive effect on metabolism and digestion promotes healthy skin and a thick coat, fast recovery following increased physical activity, and shorter convalescence after illness.
Regular intake of kelp also reduces dental plaque and tartar formation and helps prevent bad breath.
100% dried kelp (Ascophyllum nodosum).
Recommended daily dose:
0.5g powder per 10kg body weight (level teaspoon equals 2.5g)
Kelp should be administered mixed in food in accordance with the recommended dosage. Long-term use is recommended for optimum effect.
Warning: Undesirable colouring may ensue when used in show dogs with white coats.