Elderly Dog Antioxidant Therapy Neuroprotective

This has boosted the energy level of elderly dogs. These supplements have a part to play in an antineoplastic / anticancer regimen.

You can download this document, but the links won’t work but that’s okay. NAC-Geraniol-DHEA

Side effects are minimal, if any

The “n-AC” (NAC) piece is:

The DHEA

  • DHEA is a mild “anabolic” steroid-precursor that has been found (in my practice) to contribute to CONSERVATION of muscle mass in the aging or catabolic (cancer) pets. After a while, what DHEA does in terms of “increasing cellular metabolism” of proteins, lipids and energy production –  generates “smoke” (free radicals) by-products which are relieved by NAC and Geranyl geraniol among their other benefits.
  • DHEA has known / proven antineoplastic effects.
  • DHEA 100mg at Amazon.com

Geranyl geraniol

  • Geranyl geraniol is a powerful antioxidant. As such, it has anti-inflammatory effects.
  • This allows DHEA to work within the metabolism at meaningful doses without exhausting the patient’s antioxidant systems.
  • This is the Geranyl Geraniol I use.

These DHEA are all good. Note I’ve bought a lot of DHEA

Author: Dr. Erik Johnson
Dr. Erik Johnson is the author of several texts on companion animal and fish health. Johnson Veterinary Services has been operating in Marietta, GA since 1996. Dr Johnson graduated from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine in 1991. Dr Johnson has lived in Marietta Georgia since 1976.