If you notice your dog regularly bumping into objects, squinting, hesitating to explore new places and/or a new grey, white or blue coloration to its eyes, chances are that what you are observing are dog cataracts symptoms. Several factors influence the development of dog cataracts symptoms: (i) diabetes-mediated eye damage from excessive blood glucose, (ii) illness- or injury-related trauma that weakens eye tissue, or (iii) an infection-mediated eye inflammation such as lens-induced anterior uveitis. Lens-induced anterior uveitis, which allows lens protein to leak into the eye fluid, is the most common cause of dog cataracts symptoms. (Lens protein and water buildup prior to the development of dog cataracts symptoms cause the aforementioned color change.) Prevention of dog cataracts symptoms, therefore, depends upon consistently good health throughout the entire body, especially eye, tissue and immune system health.
Excessive blood glucose from unregulated diabetes weakens the eyes and creates conditions favorable to the development of dog cataracts symptoms. It stands to reason, therefore, that diabetes prevention eliminates the risk of diabetes-mediated dog cataracts symptoms. High quality nutrition and supplementation with pure, bioactive, human grade ingredients offer a strong defense against diabetes and dog cataracts symptoms by keeping the body in balance. Adequate amounts of zinc in the diet, for example, specifically protects against diabetes and diabetes-mediated dog cataracts symptoms.
Dog cataracts symptoms that arise after illness or injury can be avoided by feeding your dog a diet rich in the nutrients that strengthen tissue and promote rapid wound healing. Supplementation with essential vitamins and minerals supports eye, skin and mucous membrane health to keep trauma and dog cataracts symptoms to a minimum following illness or injury. Good immune system, eye, skin and mucous membrane health also protects the eyes against invasion by the harmful microorganisms and toxins that cause the infection and inflammation that render the eyes vulnerable to dog cataracts symptoms.
What specific nutrients should dog caregivers look to for protection against dog cataracts symptoms and their causes?
Amino acids help the body assimilate vitamins and minerals, stimulate the antioxidant properties of certain enzymes and keep skin and coat strong. L methionine, for example, contains sulfur, which attacks and destroys free radicals, and may prevent age-related dog cataracts symptoms (as studies have shown), but a dog’s body cannot synthesize this nutrient on its own. Diet and supplementation are its only sources. However, even the highest quality dog food may not meet your dog’s daily requirement of amino acids. Supplementation with a product that contains all the essential amino acids provides a strong defense against the conditions that can lead to dog cataracts symptoms.
Beta carotene (the precursor to Vitamin A) specifically supports eye and mucous membrane health to keep bacterial infections from developing and leading to lens-induced anterior uveitis and dog cataracts symptoms. The B complex vitamins offer their support to good skin, eye and immune system health as well. Then, there’s Vitamin C, a powerful antioxidant that prevents free radicals from causing dog cataracts symptoms and also stimulates immune system activity to prevent infection and inflammation to the eye. Vitamin C also protects Vitamin E, another antioxidant powerhouse that protects membranes from free radical damage. Minerals like copper and iron assist with red blood cell and protein formation and immune system function to promote a strong and healthy body that easily resists dog cataracts symptoms. In addition to diabetes prevention, zinc also acts as an antioxidant and aids in wound healing and cell growth.
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