AC4 : The Benefits
- Contains naturally occurring Fucoidan and Fucoxanthin
- Anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties
- Vitamins, minerals, trace elements
- Natural source of iodine
This specially formulated blend of four sustainably harvested Irish seaweeds provides a unique swathe of bioactive compounds, including Fucoxanthin and Fucoidan, unique to sea vegetables. These compounds have been shown in animal studies* to greatly impact both tumour growth and development. In terms of claims, we are not making any but we have formulated a blend that contains the best selection of seaweeds as shown in numerous animal (primarily rats) studies.
Blend of Irish seaweeds
When using AC4 we always recommend starting off with a small amount and increasing to the recommended amount. Please see the chart below for the recommended amount.
What else do I need to look at?
There are no known drug contraindications that we are aware of but we always recommend consulting with a veterinary practitioner before introducing AC4 into your dog's diet.
We also recommend investigating other things, particularly diet, that can be changed in your dog to assist them and you at this difficult time.
*If using any other seaweed products in your pet's diet do not exceed a 5% inclusion ratio of seaweed product to total feed.
*Included is an easy-to-measure 2-gram scoop.
*AC4 is not recommended for animals undergoing treatment for hyperthyroidism as contains a natural source of iodine. Start with a small amount and increase to the recommended amount.
Our dog with cancer and he has been in for radiotherapy. After his treatment he has been enjoying eating his food and along with the treatment his energy levels appear to have increased and after loosing weight he appears to have put on weight.
This product has fucoidan and fucoxanthin wish have been proven in animal studies to revert and improve heart disease in dogs, my dog has heart murmur disease and has been taking this very well mixed with food, he has more energy and seem to be improving for better. I hope he improves in the long term. .