Fauna Flora - Now CERTIFIED ORGANIC
Nutritional support for birds and all animals. Rich in proteins, amino acids and vitamins. Helps to strengthen the natural resistance, while stimulating the appetite and digestion. Beneficial during a molting and the during the breeding season.
MAY BE USEFUL FOR:
- All companion birds as indicated
- Rich in digestible proteins, vitamins, and beneficial mineral elements*
- Is a vital source of amino acids*
- Stops the multiplication of pathogens in the GIT, hence improving immunity**
- Direct nutritional effect or improvement of digestion***.
- Lowers gut pH****
- Stops formation of colonies of destructive bacteria*****
- Promotes digestive enzyme activity
- Improper nutrition
- Sluggish digestion
- Healthy liver function
- Wound management
- Sour crop (birds)
- Bacterial infection
- Yeast infection
- Lactose intolerance
- Geriatric animals
- May help regulate normal blood sugar levels
- May help improve mental and physical capabilities
- May stimulate immune system, including increased T-cell production
- May increase energy and longevity with reduced incidence of disease
NOTE: HBD'S Bulletin Bird (1/12/23) accidentally included an incorrect Fauna Flora protein amount of 42%. The correct protein analysis is 10%.
*Haiman and Frank (1994)
**Stopping the multiplication of pathogens in the GIT hence improving immunity (Kabir et al. 2005; Schneitz 2005; Musa et al. 2009);
***Direct nutritional effect or improvement of digestion (Awad et al. 2006; Apata 2008); Promote digestive enzyme activity (Han et al. 1999; Yoon et al. 2004);
Stimulation of the immune system (Haghighi et al. 2006; Brisbin et al. 2008);
****Lowering gut pH via the production of wide range of organic acids (Chichlowski et al. 2007; Ezema and Ugwu 2014) and;
*****Competition with pathogens for adhesion sites on the gut wall, hence stopping the formation of colonies of destructive bacteria (Guillot 2003; Choudhari et al. 2008).
Comparative Clinical Pathology article
JAVMA Reference: Clinical features, treatment and outcomes in cutaneous and oral squamous cell carcinoma in avian species.