How a Japanese pagoda extract can reduce oxidative stress in pets

Published: 16-May-2024

The Sophora japonica extract can assist in reducing oxidative stress and promoting cellular health

Layn Natural Ingredients, a natural botanical extract ingredients and solutions company, has introduced SophorOx for pets, a polyphenol-rich natural additive ingredient that can help reduce oxidative stress and provide weight management support for dogs and cats.

“SophorOx for pets represents a significant advancement in pet supplement formulation, harnessing the power of plant-derived polyphenols to combat oxidative stress and promote overall well-being in dogs and cats,” said Jim Roza, Chief Scientific Officer at Layn Natural Ingredients. “Polyphenols are vital components of plant physiology and play a crucial role in defending against environmental stressors, and our unique formulation brings these benefits to pet care."


Addressing a variety of pet health concerns

Oxidative stress is a pervasive concern in companion animals that can increase due to various factors such as aging, environmental influences and dietary imbalances. It can cause various health challenges in pets, including joint problems, digestive disturbances and weight management issues. 

Extensive scientific research underscores the efficacy of polyphenols in supporting animal health, with studies demonstrating their positive impact on growth, immunity, joint function and overall quality of life.

Layn's SophorOx is a natural, plant-powered solution derived from Sophora japonica which contains a minimum of 90% flavonoids. The ingredient has demonstrated remarkable efficacy in reducing oxidative stress and promoting cellular health. SophorOx is non-GMO, vegan, gluten-free and is free from BSE/TSE contamination and ETO irradiation.

Jim Roza, Chief Scientific Officer at Layn Natural Ingredients, will present further details on the science supporting SophorOx for companion animals in his session: Antioxidants: Improving Wellbeing and Quality of Life by Inhibiting Oxidative Stress (and How to Keep Pet Owners Buying when Results are Hard to See) on Wednesday, May 22nd at 3:00pm at the upcoming National Animal Supplement Council (NASC) conference, scheduled for May 21-23, 2024, in Palm Harbor, FL.


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