It’s hard to be cute with skin problems. Most skin and coat problems are connected to specific dietary imbalances. Provided in quality, abundance, and balance, the nutrients found in AvoDerm Natural have specific roles to play. Avocados are rich in potassium; folate; vitamins A, C, E, and B6; and riboflavin. On top of all that, avocados are also:
There are 18 amino acids in avocados, including eight that make it a complete protein. That’s right, protein power from a fruit!
Did you know? Hair is made of protein, and hundreds of thousands of growing hairs can add 60 feet of total new hair length every day. Slower growth, brittle hairs, a thinner coat, a change in color, mange mites, scaling, crusting, and acne have all been linked to insufficient dietary protein.
Low-fat levels may lead to dry, itchy skin. Avocados are rich in omega fatty acids that may help your pet’s skin.
Your dog’s and cat’s skin and coat need certain kinds of oils, which their body produces using essential fatty acids. Without the right kind of dietary fat, your dog’s and cat’s body will over-produce oils of very poor quality, creating a greasy, matted condition and unappreciated odor.
Loaded with 20 vitamins and minerals, avocados are a great source of antioxidants that are important to support a healthy immune system.
Skin cells need Vitamin A to mature and maintain themselves. Too much or too little can cause a callous-like thickening of the skin and hair follicles. Skin infections will increase as well.
Vitamin E adds stability to skin cells and helps keep them from breaking down. Seborrhea, or dandruff, has been connected to inadequate amounts of Vitamin E.