BioFunction 8 - Natural Prebiotic

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Our absolute favourite supplement right now. Prebiotics are so important in keeping your dog healthy, not only the obvious and essential gut health but a healthy gut can affect temperament, behaviour and sleep patterns.  An overweight dog can benefit from prebiotics to get a sluggish system working better, utilising food better and allowing your dog to absorb more nutrients from their food. 

BIOFUNCTION8 CONTAINS INGREDIENTS THAT HAVE BEEN SHOWN TO:

  • Promote Gut Health
  • Improve Digestion
  • Increase Nutrient Uptake and Vitality
  • Support Weight Control

WHAT IS BIOFUNCTION8?

BioFunction 8 improves the dog's gut health by promoting the growth of beneficial bacteria whilst restricting harmful bacteria. A happy gut means better nutrient uptake, leading to better skin and coat condition, increased energy levels, stronger immunity, whilst decreasing the likelihood of diseases. BioFunction8 is packed with beneficial bioactive compounds, trace elements, minerals, and vitamins.

  • Available in 150 gram and 300 gram sizes
  • Blend of seeds, seaweed and dried herbs
  • Contains Seaweed Extract 
  • 100% Natural | 100% Irish 
  • Shipping is €4.50 worldwide and free for orders over €34
  • Sustainably Sourced


    INGREDIENTS:

    A blend of Organic Chia Seeds, Organic Chamomile Flowers, Organic Marshmallow Powder, Maerl lithothamnium, Fucus vesiculosis and a spray dried seaweed extract.

    Benefits of BioFunction8

    When included in the daily diet of your pet, this maintenance supplement can assist in the control of many of the chronic illnesses that plague our pets today enabling them to enjoy a longer, healthier life through a healthy gut and system.

    A healthy gut leads to:

    • Increased Nutrient Uptake
    • Healthy Skin and Coat
    • Boosted Immune System
    • Increased Energy Levels
    • Weight Control
    • Improved Digestion; Better Stools

      *This product is not intended to replace any veterinary medication or prescribed diets.

      **If a dog is suffering from hyperthyroidism or is on medication for hypothyroidism consult your veterinary practitioner