A Guide to Papaya Leaf Extract For Your Pets | Herbal Goodness

October 18, 2018

As the popularity of herbs continues to grow, people are going out of their way in search of natural health-promoting foods and supplements even for their pet’s daily ration to help maintain good health. 
Papaya Leaf Extract can be a great supplement for your pet. Every now and then, pets can show signs of less-than-optimal health, be it lackluster energy, digestive health, joint health, illness or general less-than-ideal health. Unbeknownst to many pet owners, the underlying cause of these issues often revolves around diet.

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It is true many commercial pet foods are infused with all the nutritional requirements animals require to thrive. Manufacturers create these feeds with this assumption,

nullifying the need for any sort of supplements or multi-vitamins. However, do not misinterpret this to mean all pet foods are created equal. And even if they were, one key ingredient responsible for the overall well-being of your pet – enzymes – is very fragile. It is susceptible to, most of all, heat, as well as food preservatives, additives, flavor enhancers, artificial colorings, herbicides, and pesticides.

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