All natural formula with no fillers. This is the strongest rejuvenating supplement for dogs. Can "turn back the clock" for older dogs with rapid visible results. Also the choice of "natural" breeders. A blend of 14 natural ingredients, including bee pollen, spirulina, glucosamine, chondroitin, MSM, vitamin C, etc.
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• Hip & joint health – strengthens connective tissues, keeps them elastic, resilient, and lubricated*
• High chlorophyll content helps deodorize*
• Helps neutralize acidic urine to reduce yellow grass spots*
• Wonderful blood builder & detoxifier – helps keep athletic dogs at their peak*
• Can turn back the clock for older dogs with rapid visible results
• Powerful, whole food antioxidants & immune stimulants*
• Will produce a brilliant coat with healthy, itch-free skin
Longevity for dogs is a powdered formula to be mixed into wet food feeding programs. This product combines the best principles of Fresh Factors plus Joint Health but goes even further. This is the strongest rejuvenating product we have for dogs. It is especially useful for daily detoxification, which is extremely important considering the dangers of common household chemicals and environmental toxins. Bug Off Garlic is highly complementary for best long-term protection.
Recommended: For best results, start out with just a sprinkle for the first few days and increase gradually to desired amount.
|Toy||under 20 lb.||¼ - ½|
|Giant||over 120 lb.||4+|
Daily dose may be doubled or tripled for older dogs
or dogs with infirmities.
PRODUCT SIZE COMPARISON
|Buy two 1.4 lb. get one free||240||41¢||$98.00|
|Buy two 2.6 lb. get one free||444||36¢||$160.00|
|Buy two 6 lb. get one free||1,020||29¢||$296.00|
|Buy two 12 lb. get one free||2,040||24¢||$496.00|
Guaranteed Springtime Analysis
per 8 gram serving
|Bee pollen||3,000 mg|
|Desiccated beef liver||896 mg|
|Nutritional yeast culture||800 mg|
| Chondroitin sulfate, min. 90% purity
(bovine cartilage extract)
|Glucosamine HCL, 99%
(methyl sulfonyl methane)
|Ascorbic acid (vitamin C)||200 mg|
|Citrus bioflavonoid complex, 40%||200 mg|
|Carrot powder||166 mg|
|Hesperidin, 85%||102 mg|
|Sea Salt||100 mg|
|Ingredients: bee pollen, raw spirulina (micro-algae), desiccated beef liver, nutritional yeast culture, chondroitin sulfate (bovine cartilage extract - min. 90% purity), glucosamine HCL (99%), MSM (methyl sulfonyl methane, 99%), ascorbic acid (vitamin C), citrus bioflavonoid complex (40%), carrot powder, hesperidin (85%), kelp, sea salt, and biotin.|
Spirulina – Science Behind the Food
Spirulina is used in Spirulina Wafers for Horses, Longevity for Dogs, and Spirulina Tablets for People.
Related Websites & Selected Studies Found on Each
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Hirahashi T et al. Activation of the human innate immune system by Spirulina: augmentation of interferon production and NK cytoxity by oral administration of hot water extract of Spirulina platensis. Int Immunopharmacol 2002;2:423-34.
Dasgupta T et al. Chemomodulation of carcinogen metabolising enzymes, antioxidant profiles and skin and forestomach papillomagenesis by Spirulina platensis. Mol Cell Biochem 2001;226:27-38.
Zhang HQ et al. Chemo- and radio-protective effects of polysaccharide of Spirulina platensis on hemopoietic system of mice and dogs. Acta Pharmacol Sin 2001;22:1121-4.
Mathew B et al. Evaluation of chemoprovention of oral cancer with Spirulina fusiformis. Nutr Cancer.1995;24:197-202.
National Cancer Institute. Lip and oral cavity cancer (PDQ): treatment. http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/pdq/treatment/lip-and-oral-cavity/HealthProfessional
2) M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. http://www.mdanderson.org
Hernandez-Corona A, Nieves I, Meckes M, Chamorro G, Barron BL. Antiviral activity of Spirulina maxima against herpes simplex virus type 2. Antiviral Res. 2002 Dec;56(3):279-85.
Jensen GS, Ginsberg DI, Drapeau C. Blue-green algae as an immuno-enhancer and biomodulator. J Amer Nutraceut Assoc 2001; 3(4):24-30.
Mani UV, Desai S, Iyer U. Studies on the long-term effect of spirulina supplementation on serum lipid profile and glycated proteins in NIDDM patients. J Nutraceut 2000;(3):25-32.
Romay C, Armesto J, Remirez D, et al. Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of C-phycocyanin from blue-green algae. Inflamm Res 1998;47(1):36-41.
Yang, HN, Lee EH, Kim HM. Spirulina platensis inhibits anaphylactic reaction. Life Sci 1997;61(13):1237-1244.
3) Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. http://www.mskcc.org
Hayashi T, et al. Calcium spirulan, an inhibibitor of enveloped virus replication, from a blue-green algae Spirulina platensis. J Nat Prod 1996;59:83-7.
Draisci R, et al. Identification of anatoxins in blue-green algae food supplements using liquid chromatographytandem mass spectrometry. Food Addit contam 2001;18:525-31.
Premkumar K. et al. Effect of Spirulina fusiformis on cyclopho-phamide and mitomycin-C induced genotoxicity and oxidative stress in mice. Fitoerapi 2001;72:906-11.
4) Spirulina Health Library. http://www.spirulina.com
a) Anti-Cancer Studies:
Babu, M et al. Evaluation of chemoprevention of oral cancer with spirulina. 1995. Nutrition and Cancer, Vol. 24, No. 2, 197-202.
Lisheng, et al. Inhibitive effect and mechanism of polysaccharide of spirulina on transplanted tumor cells in mice. 1991. Marine Sciences, Qingdao, N.5. 33-38.
Schwartz, et al. Inhibition of experimental oral carcinogenesis by topical beta carotene. 1986. Harvard School of Dental Medicine. Carcinogenesis, May 1986 7(5) 711-715.
Schwartz, J. G. Shklar, et al. Prevention of experimental oral cancer by extracts of spirulina-dunaliella algae. 1988. Harvard School of Dental Medicine. Nutrition and Cancer 11, 127-134.
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Annapurna, V. Bioavailability of spirulina carotenes in preschool children. 1991. National Institute of Nutrition, Hyderabad, India. J. Clin. Biochem Nutrition. 10 145-151.
Seshadri, CV. Large scale nutritional supplementation with spirulina alga. 1993. All India Coordinated Project on Spirulina. Shri AMM Murugappa Chettier Research Center (MCRC).
c) Cholesterol Reduction:
Becker, E. W., et al. Clinical and biochemical evaluations of spirulina with regard to its application in the treatment of obesity. Inst. Chem. Pfanz. Nutrition Reports Int'l, vol. 33, No. 4, 565.
Kato, T., K. Takemoto. Effects of spirulina on hypercholesterolemia and fatty liver in rats. 1984. Saitama Medical College. Japan Nutr. Foods Assoc. Journal. 37:323.
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1. Quality dry food
2. Springtime Products
3. Quality canned food
4. Lukewarm water
An Anti-Aging Diet with the Powerful Benefits of Raw Food
Feeding Springtime chewables and powder products is easy!
Springtime customers love their pets. Many have developed their own raw and/or home cooked feeding programs for their dogs. Unfortunately, most of us do not have the time to do this. Below is a simple feeding program that provides the best of a raw food diet without the extra work.
- Measure out a high quality kibble.
- Measure out appropriate helpings of Springtime products.
- Measure out a small amount of high grade canned dog food.
- Stir in enough lukewarm water to make a delicious gravy.
- Mix well and serve.
Longevity - most powerful single product.
Red Star Nutritional Yeast Culture
Springtime has used Red Star® brand nutritional yeast exclusively for over 20 years.
Springtime chooses to use nutritional yeast culture (saccharomyces cerevisiae) made by Red Star®, a complete protein and superfood containing 18 amino acids, B-complex vitamins, dietary fiber, as well as many other nutritional components and minerals. Red Star® Yeast, the largest manufacturerer of yeast products in North America, has over 50 year of extensive experience in the development and production of nutritional yeast.
What It Is
Red Star® nutritional yeast is an excellent source of protein, dietary fiber, vitamins and minerals. Red Star® derives its primary grown nutritional yeast from pure strains of saccharomyces cerevisiae grown on mixtures of cane and beet molasses. Red Star's® special growth medium and unique drying process are the secrets to the exceptional performance and flavor of Red Star® nutritional yeast. This process retains live food factors, a unique and valuable quality.
Red Star® nutritional yeast is grown specifically for its nutritive value. In addition to protein, dietary fiber, vitamins and minerals, it contains additional functional and beneficial components such as beta-1, 3 glucan, trehalose, mannan and glutathione. Studies have shown that these components have potential health benefits such as improved immune response, reduction of cholesterol, and anti-cancer properties.
Nutritional yeast is also known for its B-complex vitamins. The B-complex vitamins are essential to the wellness of body, mind, and spirit.
What It Is Not
Red Star® nutritional yeast is not made from byproducts of breweries, distilleries or paper mills. Red Star® nutritional yeast is not a genetically modified organism (GMO). Red Star® nutritional yeast contains no added sugars or preservatives.
Candida yeast infection (Candida Albicans) is a body yeast infection. Red Star®'s nutritional yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) is not found to be a cause of yeast or candida infections.
Brewers yeast is an inexpensive but bitter byproduct of the brewing industry that has a good nutritional profile, but typically not nearly as high as Red Star® Nutritional Yeast which is grown for maximized food nutritional benefits.
Torula yeast (Pichia jadinii), is a by-product of the paper mill waste streams obtained by growing Pichia jadinii on wood sugars.
Dairy yeast, or whey yeast (Kluyveromyce marxianus), is obtained by growing Kluyveromyce marxianus using cheese whey or whey permeate.
Wine Yeast (Saccharomyces fermentati) is used in fermenting grapes into wine.
Lola & family: Alicia, Jake, and Baby Paige.
The future’s so bright, Lola wears shades!
No More Urinary Issues
I have to let you know that my daughter's dog, Lola, an eight year old white Boxer, was having uncontrollable urinary problems. My daughter, Alicia, kept taking Lola to the vet. The vet told her that Lola had a urinary tract infection, so, of course, after many visits and hundreds of dollars later the dog was given medicine for the problem. My daughter said it helped, but it was also not good for Lola's liver!
My daughter, Alicia, soon grew tired of this, because even with the medicine, Lola still urinated uncontrollably but not as often. So, my daughter knows that I use your products for my dogs, so she called Springtime. They told her to use the Longevity. Alicia did that, and her dog no longer has problems with the urinating. And, no more medicine, no more expensive vet visits, etc. Amazing results!
The Longevity has helped to cure the problem of Lola's uncontrollable urinary problems much better and much safer than any medicine my daughter picked up from the vet.
My daughter Alicia thanks you all, as does Lola.
Jim Collie, Massachusetts
Sweet Sooz, the Surfer Girl.
13 year Old Still Surfs!
My dogster, Sooz, is a former laboratory Beagle who retired at age five and came into my life. She used to have back and/or neck problems. Sooz would tweak something every few months by either jumping off the couch or stepping wrong down the stairs, and would have to be on meds to get through it. But, since I discovered Springtime's Longevity in 2010, she's had zero tweaks and is as healthy and happy as can be!
I can't thank you enough for an amazing product! This is Sooz surfing this past summer at age 13! Look at her GO!!! THANK YOU, SPRINGTIME!!!
Alida Ramganesh, California
Annabelle, held by Heidi's 13 year old daughter, Helena, feels younger than ever!
"...I have weaned her off of ALL of her medications..."
I just want to say Thanks! My 11-year-old, 8-lb. Toy Rat Terrier, Annabelle, was on Gabapentin, Tramadol and Metacam for a pinched nerve in her back. She would barely walk, even in the house. I found out about Longevity when searching for alternative methods for handling chronic pain.
Now, 2 months later, I have weaned her off of ALL of her medications and give her Longevity twice a day. She is back to her normal self and back to her long walks around the neighborhood. She is running around, playing fetch, and acts younger than ever. Her coat looks beautiful, and her grass allergies are not as severe this year either. I swear your product is a miracle cure. I can't thank you enough for giving our Annabelle her life back.
With best regards,
Heidi Petras, Maryland
Toffee looking for trouble…!
So many things to sniff, so little time!
Toffee is a Longevity Puppy!
I just wanted to let you know that this very special spotted baby has been on Longevity since she started eating dry. If you ever need a Dalmatian spokes-puppy, Toffee is a ham! She just turned 6 months.
Karen West, Georgia
(feeding Longevity for 10 years)