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Phytosmart debuts ZipZyme Omega
This innovative nutritional therapeutic for pets provides Omega 3 in a safe, efficient manner.
Phytosmart has launched ZipZyme Omega—a nutritional therapeutic that addresses Omega 3 deficiency and delivers sustainable DHA to promote optimal health for pets at each life stage.
According to a company release, the US-patented, specially designed process used to create this product is sourced directly from ocean algae which has various health benefits such as improved brain function and development, circulation, mobility, weight management, and protection against a host of modern illnesses.
Furthermore, ZipZyme eliminates the unsustainable process often used when making fish oil, a popular alternative source of DHA Omega 3. Plus, ZipZyme is grown in a sterile environment that does not oxidize and destroy the DHA-producing enzymes that only this product offers, according to the release.
“Our nutritional therapeutic offers the safest and most efficient alternative to any extracted Omega 3 oils. A daily serving of ZipZyme™ added to your pet’s food is the easiest way to protect and repair your pet’s health from the inside out,” said Deena Sisitsky, founder and CEO of PhytoSmart.
Sourced and produced in the United States, ZipZyme is a wholesome, grain-free product created by a team of dedicated scientists and pet lovers. It comes in 2 formulas, specifically for small or large pets and each package contains a 30-day supply.
“ZipZyme™ Omega is perfect for all pets, all ages, to improve vitality and balance, and ZipZyme™ Omega will do both,” expressed Jeff Feinman, BA, VMD, CVH, well-known holistic veterinarian and founder of Holistic Actions!
Feinman also noted that ZipZyme Omega can be used in a healthy balanced diet as a proactive approach to prevent future illness and painful health conditions.
ZipZyme™ Omega – a breakthrough nutritional therapeutic for pets. News release. Phytosmart. February 28, 2022. Accessed February 28, 2022.