Poly-MVA for Pets® is a specially formulated combination of palladium lipoic complex, vitamins, minerals and amino acids that gives your pet the best nutritional support possible. Backed by over 20 years of research and clinical use, Poly-MVA® for pets is designed to support cellular energy production by replacing depleted nutrient stores. It's a safe and gentle supplement that enhances energy, appetite, and quality of life -- even for older pets.
Pets that are facing illness or undergoing exhausting therapies often benefit from enhanced nutritional support. The vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and palladium lipoic complex provide a boost that helps increase energy, reduce fatigue, and stimulate well-being. Enhanced cellular function can boost quality of life for all pets, especially pets undergoing harsh medical therapies.
Enhance the comfort and the quality of life for your maturing loved one. Poly-MVA for Pets® can provide superior nutritional support to help your pet enjoy a full, active and enjoyable life.
Poly-MVA for Pets® is a safe and effective supplement with ingredients that are assimilated by the body as food. When the product was developed, even servings 18x higher than the recommended serving size did not produce negative effects or toxicity.
The active ingredient -- palladium lipoic complex -- is a unique chemical polymer believed to enhance cellular function in healthy cells while blocking the function and reproduction of abnormal cells.
With the power of lipoic acid, an ultra powerful antioxidant. Poly-MVA® protects cells from damage and enhances healthy cell function. It's easily absorbable and can safely travel through your pet's body to where it's needed most.
1. Are there any side effects? Poly-MVA® for Pets does not have known side effects.
2. How long does it take to see results? Dr. Garnett, the inventor of Poly-MVA® for Pets, believes most animals will notice a difference in how they feel within the first 2-4 weeks. Some veterinarians and pet owners have reported dramatic results in energy improvement and increased appetite within days, depending on serving size.
3. Why is Poly-MVA® for Pets so expensive? The price point of Poly-MVA® for pets is a result of unparalleled quality of ingredients and production. Unique ingredients such as palladium and rhodium -- two of the most expensive metals in the world -- and the lipoic acid bonding make Poly-MVA® for Pets necessarily expensive.
Guidelines for supplementing by weight:
Conversion is 1 tsp = ~5 cc. Each 8 oz. bottle of Poly-MVA® for Pets contains 236 liquid cc.
For pets with compromised immune systems dosage is to be increased gradually over 3-5 days to 1 cc per 5 pounds, twice a day. For extreme aggressive situations, follow the same gradual increase but double the dosage to 2 cc per 5 pounds, twice a day, until desired results are achieved. Please consult a qualified veterinarian.
Palladium lipoic acid is a compound that bonds palladium to alpha lipoic acid. Bonding palladium to lipoic acid is a patented technique that dramatically increases the absorbability of lipoic acid. It is a means of protecting the electrical potential of the cell to ensure that it stays healthy -- this helps weakened cells restore to health. Poly-MVA® is the only product with the palladium lipoic complex.
As a transport mechanism that enhances the uptake of lipoic acid, the palladium lipoic complex contained in Poly-MVA® for Pets accounts for the unique action of the supplement. It affects the electrical potential of the cell by shuttling electrons from the cell membrane to the nucleus and the mitochondria.
Pet owners give their pets Poly-MVA® for Pets to reduce fatigue and nausea; or to increase stamina and appetite. Poly-MVA® for Pets is good for pets affected by age, disease, or lack proper nutrition.
Poly-MVA® for Pets is an excellent antioxidant that fight the cellular breakdown that negatively affects health. Poly-MVA® for Pets is great nutritional support for optimum health.
If your pet is taking high dose Vitamin C, it's recommend that you wait 6 hours before administering Poly-MVA® for Pets. Additionally, alpha lipoic acid should not be given with Poly-MVA® for Pets because it will compete with the palladium-bonded lipoic acid.