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How EveryDayBalance and OmegaBalance Camelina Oil Benefit Your Pet

by Dr Clair Thunes PhD Nutrition
Consulting Nutritionist for EnviroEquine & PET
nutritionist@enviroequineandpet.com

The digestive tract is one of the largest components of your pet’s immune system. Providing a combination of prebiotic yeast cultures to support digestive function, mycotoxin binders to remove potentially harmful mycotoxins found in foods and organic trace minerals for epithelial resilience, Enviro Pet’s EveryDayBalance helps to support gastrointestinal health and in turn immune function. Combining with Enviro Pet OmegaBalance gives the added benefit of omega-3 fatty acids to help support a healthy inflammatory response. This is particularly important for performance dogs as well as those that are aged and potentially suffer from joint pain. While your pet will feel the benefit of these research proven ingredients internally, you will be able to see the benefits in the healthy skin and beautiful coat!

Consulting Nutritionist for EnviroEquine Dr. Clair Thunes is passionate about her profession—one that she decided upon at the age of 14. After earning a Bachelor of Science with Honors from Edinburgh University, and a Master of Science in Animal Science and a PhD in Nutrition from the University of California, Davis, Dr. Thunes went on to found Summit Equine Nutrition LLC an independent consulting company in 2007. An experienced nutritionist and accomplished scientist, Dr. Thunes understands the vital role that nutrition plays in managing horses today. Most importantly, she believes in making nutrition accessible to everyone and removes the guesswork so that owners have the peace of mind that their horse’s diets are optimal for maximum health and peak performance.  Her clients include all horses from competitors at the 2016 Rio Olympics to retired pasture friends, mules and miniature donkeys. She writes a weekly online commentary for theHorse.com and her nutrition articles have been published in noted publications including: The Horse, Equine Wellness, Trail Blazer, Horse & Rider and The Horse Report. Besides consulting she teaches equine nutrition and equine exercise physiology in the Animal Science Department at UC Davis and equine health at Cosumnes River College.  Clair continues to be involved with The United States Pony Clubs, Inc. and she is currently the Regional Supervisor for the Sierra Pacific Region.