Pets are essentially captive animals, confined by the boundaries of pen, house or yard, and are therefore unable to obtain the wild food that their ancestral blue print would have consumed or
The wild hunting carnivores ate the full carcass of their kill, and this included its gut contents, which would have been partially digested, fermented plant material. Such a diet is almost impossible to reproduce in the urbanized pet living in the modern world, however, there is a large range of scientifically balanced processed foods on the market that do provide a very high level of nutrition.
However, these foods by their nature are highly processed, and pass through the digestive system very quickly, hence are tagged as being “highly digestible”. Whilst they may contain all the minerals that are listed on their packaging, it is unknown whether all pets can absorb and assimilate all of these minerals and vitamins at all times in their lives.
Anitone has proven to be a very useful addition to the diet of any pets with skin problems, or chronic degenerative disease, or those that are elderly. It can be easily poured over their biscuits, canned food, or raw meat diets either daily or a few times a week. Treats or food morsels can be dipped in Anitone (as you would use a dipping sauce on the human table) and then fed. Some fussy animals take a little while to get used to Anitone, as it has a pungent, fermented smell, but it is generally highly palatable and they will start to take it when a little hungry, and then continue to accept it readily.
Anitone is especially useful for breeders who are supporting breeding females and young. It imparts great vitality and helps maintain plentiful milk production which results in healthy, vigorous litters.
Anitone is also very useful for any hand rearing of animals, as it can be added to milk and to rations so easily.
Anitone is such a versatile product that is appreciated by all who keep animals, whether they are large or small.
How is it made?
Anitone is derived from a careful manufacturing process that involves the fermentation of mineral rich plant extracts together with common stockfeed ingredients, such as molasses.
This fermentation process enhances the value of all the ingredients contained in Anitone, and elevates it from a regular stock feed supplement to a “super food”.
Vitamins and minerals that have been absorbed into plants form complex molecules called “phytocomplexes”. These complicated natural substances cannot be reproduced in a laboratory and are becoming increasingly recognized as superior dietary sources of many nutrients. As the fermentation process used in making Anitone mimics digestion, the vitamins and minerals it contains thus become highly bioavailable to gut microflora immediately after dosing over the tongue, or mixing in feed or water.
There are over 60 minerals contained in Anitone, along with good levels of Vitamin A, D and E, plus a range of amino acids essential for growth and metabolism. In addition, Anitone provides a wide variety of plant origin volatile oils, chlorophyll, sterols, growth factors, alginates, humic and fulvic acids, vitamins and trace minerals, including many trace minerals such as selenium, zinc, iron, copper, cobalt, zinc, chromium, boron, manganese, nickel, vanadium – some of these more obscure elements are being proven by modern research to have emerging roles in maintaining peak metabolic function.
Most of these nutrients are also fundamental to maintaining healthy gut microflora, which perform the real work of digestion for the animal.
Many of these nutrients may be missing from modern diets, especially when they contain processed food, or from marginal pastures during harsh seasons, or may easily become depleted in times of stress and high physical demand.
The addition of Anitone to any animal production operation therefore ensures that animals gain maximum benefit from their daily food due to its supportive effect on gut microflora. However Anitone is a truly multi-tasking product because it can also be used in a bolus dose down the throat to revive a depressed or weakened animal, or to change mental attitude and enable the animal to cope with stress. For this reason, Anitone is a very useful product for animal owners to use to buffer the stress of the transport journey itself, or period of travelling away from home to competitions or sales.
How to use it:
Approx. 0.5 ml/kg
Pour over food, either daily or a few times a week.