Does your pet need a nutritional boost?
What is 'cracked-cell chlorella'?
YumGuard source cracked-cell chlorella for the unique way it is prepared. Through an innovative process, the cell wall of each chlorella is broken. This prevents the chlorella from losing any nutritional value and maximises your dog or cat’s abilaity to absorb its nutrients.
When will I start to notice results in my dog or cat?
Your dog or cat is likely to feel results within one month of starting a daily natural supplement regime. After this time, owners should start to notice external changes including improved energy and vitality and improved skin and coat condition. Every animal is different so results may vary.
What are the main health benefits of chlorella?
Chlorella has been scientifically proven to help dogs and cats in areas of digestion, immunity, strength, energy and vitality, skin and coat condition, detoxification and can also be a calming agent.
How much of your supplements will my dog or cat need?
Recommended quantities can be found on the individual product pages or the back of your YumGuard packaging.
Where is YumGuard chlorella sourced?
The chlorella used in YumGuard is sourced from a farm in North Queensland. It is grown in outdoor pools using fresh spring water and relies on the clean North Queensland air to make it some of the best quality chlorella available.
How does the chlorella growth factor work?
The famous Chlorella growth factor works in dogs and cats, just as it does in humans. This phenomenon sees chlorella continuously regenerating its cells in order to stimulate tissue growth and repair. Learn more about the chlorella growth factor here.
Are there any potential side effects of your products?
As with any detoxifying dietary supplements, there may be some early side effects including gastrointestinal issues such as gas, loose stools or constipation. These side effects are normal in early days of use. However, if symptoms persist, please see your vet.
How do I feed YumGuard to my dog or cat?
Simply sprinkle the recommended number of scoops, (as per the packaging or product page) onto their usual meal. Chlorella has a naturally “fishy” smell which is most often appealing to dogs and cats so you shouldn’t have any problem convincing them to eat it.