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Companion Animal Health: Diet, Diseases, and Supplements

Common Diseases in Companion Animals
Both dogs and cats are susceptible to several diseases common in humans, such as cancer, heart, liver, and kidney diseases. Research indicates that the prevalence and types of these diseases are remarkably similar in pets and humans.

Nutritional Boosts for Pets
Alpha lipoic acid can improve glucose metabolism and serves as a potent antioxidant, beneficial for both active and older animals. TMG (trimethylglycine) supports liver and kidney health by enhancing methylation and glutathione production. Carotenoids like lutein boost immunity by increasing the number of T-cells.

Plants as Medicine
Substances like apigenin (found in parsley) and luteolin act almost like drugs with powerful antioxidant and anti-cancer effects. Apigenin can inhibit cell growth and angiogenesis, while luteolin blocks harmful enzymes and protects against radiation and chemotherapy-induced damage.

Longevity and Diet
The oldest recorded cat, Grandpa Rex's Allen, lived to the human-equivalent of 150 years. His unique diet included not just premium cat food but also vegetables like broccoli and asparagus, suggesting that a plant-rich diet may offer additional health benefits.

Conclusion
Our pets can indeed benefit from the supplements and dietary practices we follow. Attention to diet, enriched with essential nutrients and plant-based substances, can enhance not just human health but also that of our beloved pets.

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