The role of free radical-induced lipid oxidation in the development of cataracts in human and canine eyes
Free radical-induced lipid oxidation causes accumulation of lenticular lipid peroxidation (LPO) products. Lens opacity correlates with the level of the LPO accumulation. Oxidation of lens proteins is due to a decreased glutathione concentration in the lens.
Treatment with 1% N-acetylcarnosine (NAC) protects telomeres to prevent and dissolve mature cataracts in dogs.
Cataracts in small animals are caused by oxidative stress on lens epithelial cells. Treatment with 1% N-acetylcarnosine (NAC) releases L-carnosine ophthalmically, stabilizing telomeres to help prevent and dissolve mature cataracts in dogs.
Animal Clinical Trials Prove Can-C™ Safe and Effective “A new phenomenon of “melting snow” in only a few short weeks…
The testing of various anti-glycation agents over nearly a decade led a Russian research team to the development of n-alpha-acetylcarnosine as a delivery system for the natural eye anti-oxidant of L-carnosine.
Just like us, our pets develop health issues and often experience vision problems as they age. Dogs in particular are known to develop eye diseases. Underlying conditions such as diabetes can cause eye diseases, such as glaucoma and cataract.
The application of eye medications to your dog can be a daunting task for both pet and parents at first. Follow these canine application tips to make administering these all-important drops a regular part of your pet’s eye care treatment plan.
Animal Clinical Trials Prove Can-C™ Safe and Effective “A new phenomenon of “melting snow” in 96% of canines in only a few weeks…
These studies produced remarkably fast results in the improvement of clarity, glare sensitivity and overall vision for the animals involved. Furthermore, no serious side effects were noted and the beneficial affects were sustainable.