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Owners of dogs undergoing treatment for Dysplasia and Arthritis often ask us whether it is safe to give our Flex Green Lipped Mussel with presrcription anti-
A new clinical study* in humans carried out in Australia by researchers has showed a previously unrecognised benefit of Green Lipped Mussel, namely that it can reduce the gastro-
The visible side effects of NSAID’s (non steroidal anti-
For hundreds of years the coastal Maoris of New Zealand have eaten Green Lipped Mussels as a major part of their diet. The Maoris would harvest the mussels growing naturally on the seashores and would eat them raw. Even though they saw the mussel as an important part of their diet, they did not realise the benefits they were gaining, until settlers in New Zealand later realised that these Maoris did not suffer from arthritis.
And so began the scientific trail that led to the benefits being first proven in the 1970’s and successfully repeated many times over in both humans and other mammals, dogs especially. Indeed success rates in dogs are even higher than in us.
Coulson et al 8 February 2012