The liver is the largest gland in the body. The most obvious function is the production of bile, so it is an exocrine gland. It also intervenes in the metabolism of sugars, lipids and proteins. Liver functions: accumulation of amino acids, proteins, vitamins and fats; detoxification; filtration of circulatory blood; drainage of bile; blood glucose regulation..
The liver, is RICH IN PROTEIN and trace elements, is an IMPRESSIVE VITAMIN SOURCE with high quantities of VITAMINS A, D and group B, it contains high levels of bio-available IRON.
It is an easily digestible, energetic, restorative, antitoxic food and promotes the formation of red blood cells
(anti-anemic). Rich in noble proteins, minerals (calcium, iron, copper, phosphorus), vitamins (A, complex B, C, D), trace elements and other factors essential to life, it is useful, moreover, for dogs subjected to intense physical activity, for improve its performance.
Helps remove plaque by reducing tartar build-up.
- Dogs subjected to intense physical activity
- Anemic dogs
- They contribute to a healthy coat and skin, an efficient vision, a regular metabolism and increase the immune defenses
- Vitamin A, also called the growth vitamin, of which the liver is rich, plays a very important role in the development of the body, the production of sebum, eyesight and helps regenerate the mucous membranes. Essential in the formation of sperm in males and in the normal heat cycle among females.