Pro’AgeTM helps pets and their parents to grow old together.
The average pet lifespan has been continuously increasing over the past years to reach 11 years for dogs and 12 years for cats. For pet parents, the question raised is no longer “Is my pet going to live longer?” but “Is my pet going to remain healthy as he ages?”.
That is why Vivae has developed Pro’AgeTM, a natural dietary solution that prevents and limits aging consequences in pets and helps them to grow old together with their parents.
Natural at first sight!
It is well established that pet owners want to provide the best to their furry friends.
Pet owners increasingly trust the power of nature, preferring natural products that already have proven health benefits in human food over pharmaceuticals.
The Symrise Pet Food team worked to develop a natural antioxidant-enriched solution to help prevent early aging. Pro’AgeTM is a combination of curcuma, cloves, rosemary and grapefruit extract that protects cells from oxidation and inflammation as pets age.
This natural blend of plants effectively meets parents’ expectations that their pets will live a long and healthy life with them.
Discover Pro’AgeTM natural plant-based ingredients
4 substantiated claims
Natural plants & extracts
Contributes to limit aging process
Limits inflammation due to aging process
The Pro’AgeTM preventing approach
During the aging process, numerous metabolic and physiological changes occur, including oxidative stress and inflammation. Among their harmful effects on pets are joint health issues, cognitive decline, and immune function deterioration.
Most existing solutions for limiting the consequences of pet aging treat problems once they are established. For instance, diets targeted to old pets are suggested to help decrease animal pain and improve mobility.
A better approach consists of early intervention to limit development of age-related disorders. Used from the first stages of life in foods, treats or supplements, Pro’AgeTM natural protective ingredients prevent and limit aging consequences in pets.
30 adult dogs were allocated into 2 groups, receiving either a control or a Pro'Age supplemented diet during a four-week period. Cells lipid peroxidation was evaluated by the measurement of TBARS at the start of the experimental period and after the 4 weeks of supplementation.
At the end of the trial, dogs were submitted to a 2-hour car ride in order to induce oxidative stress and inflammation. Plasma C-reactive protein (CRP), a marker of inflammation, was measured 1 hour after the transportation and compared to its basal level.