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Natural medicine used for centuries. Already at the time of ancient Greece, the doctor Hippocrates, was based on the general idea of nutritherapy: the food makes it possible to prevent and to cure the pathologies. Etymologically, nutritherapy means “nutrition therapy”. Halfway between medicine and nutrition, this therapy aims to be cured by (good) food. Nutritherapy consists in fact  to adopt a healthy and balanced diet, adapted to the needs of the organism of our animals, and supplemented if necessary by food supplements to compensate for the deficiencies. Food supplements can be vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, essential fatty acids ...


Nutritherapy is above all preventive: the objective is to improve the quality of life and physical performance, and therefore the well-being of our animals, in order to prevent disease. However, it can also be used to relieve existing pathologies, in addition to other treatments.  

It has a therapeutic action but above all a preventive role:

  • Prevent disease;

  • Improve the patient's quality of life;

  • Optimizing the physical, psychic and intellectual potential of man 

  • Reduce the disadvantages of pathologies already present;

  • Prevent disease

  • Prevent stress, detoxify the body, prevent inflammation.

The composition of the diet influences the microbiota (intestinal flora) of our animals.

Nevertheless  there are risks of overdose of trace elements and vitamins, which can be dangerous for health. Interactions are also possible between the different food supplements or with an ongoing treatment, it is therefore necessary to be careful in self-medication.

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Nutritional needs of dogs and cats :

  • A dog should drink around 50 to 75 ml of water per kg of body weight per day if he eats a dry ration.

  • A cat (outside the breeding season) should consume around 50 to 70 ml of water per kg of body weight per day if it eats a dry ration.

Essential nutrients for dogs and cats :

  • Proteins and acids  amines

  • Lipids and essential fatty acids

  • Fiber and carbohydrates (simple sugars)

  • Calcium and phosphorus

A diet that does not provide your animal with the forty nutrients every day (water, energy, proteins, lipids, 10 essential amino acids, 2 to 5 essential fatty acids, 6 minerals, 14 vitamins, fiber, etc.) which constitute basic nutritional needs have long-term consequences.

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Deficiencies and consequences

Some examples :

Lipid deficiency :

  • Inappetence.

  • Difficulty in meeting energy needs.

  • Secondary deficiencies in fat-soluble vitamins (A, D, E).

Essential Fatty Acid Deficiency: (after 2 to 3 months)

  • Slowing of wound healing.

  • Dry and dull coat.

  • Scaly skin.

Long-term deficiency :

  • Alopecia.

  • Oily skin, which thickens and becomes grayish (at the level of the external auditory canal and interdigital areas).

  • Itching.

  • Weight loss.

  • Impairment of reproductive functions.

  • Coagulation disorders.


The impact of an unsuitable or unbalanced diet on the health of our animals leads to diseases, reduces life expectancy ... And this, even if it is not visible quickly.

Respecting a good food balance and providing a sufficient but not excessive amount of food, while making your pet happy is possible.

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Spirulina plantsis

Spirulina plantsis


Chlorella pyrenoidosa

Contains 60% protein, 20% carbohydrates and 11% unsaturated fatty acids, vitamins and trace elements.

This seaweed contains on average 60% of vegetable proteins assimilable to 60%; with in particular amino acids. It also contains almost all the essential vitamins, beta carotene and iron and omega 6.


Macronutrients and Micronutrients:

  • Macronutrients are the majority of the diet. They provide, among other things, energy to the body in the form of calories; these are proteins, fats and carbohydrates.

  • Micronutrients are nutrients that do not provide energy, however they are essential for the proper functioning of your animal's body; they are vitamins, minerals and trace elements.

Small Mediterranean seaweed, helps restore the synthesis of collagen and glycosaminoglycans in bone, cartilage and skin.

Klamath Lake Seaweed

Very rich in chlorophyll but also a source of vitamin A and B and trace elements.

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Proteins and Amino Acids

Essential Lipids and Fatty Acids


Fiber and Carbohydrates (simple sugars)


Calcium and Phosphorus

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