Bloom Bioscience’s Revitalize Hydration for Pets

In the realm of pet health, ensuring optimal hydration and mineral balance is crucial for overall well-being. Bloom Bioscience’s Revitalize Hydration for Pets offers a simple and economical solution, leveraging key ingredients like potassium and citrate, along with MSM, taurine, and bicarbonate, to provide robust health benefits. Let’s delve into the science behind this innovative product.

Key Ingredients and Their Importance

Potassium and citrate are essential for health and longevity, yet they are often deficient in most pets’ diets. Citrate, in particular, is an overlooked nutrient with crucial roles in plasma homeostasis and cellular energy metabolism. The inclusion of these vital components in Revitalize Hydration addresses these common deficiencies, promoting overall health.

Benefits of Revitalize Hydration

  1. Enhanced Blood Flow and Clot Prevention: Studies have shown that the components in Revitalize Hydration can enhance blood flow, prevent clotting, and naturally thin the blood, promoting cardiovascular health.[1,3,9]
  2. Healthy Urinary Tract Maintenance: The product helps maintain a healthy urinary tract by balancing and reducing excess calcium and phosphate, supporting optimal urinary pH, and preventing bacterial infections that thrive in alkaline environments.[3,4,5]
  3. Bone Health Improvement: By increasing bone quality and reducing the risk of osteoporosis, Revitalize Hydration contributes to overall skeletal health.[6-9,14,15]
  4. Metabolic Acidosis Correction: It may help correct metabolic acidosis, a condition that can have various adverse effects on health. [1,6]
  5. Prevention of Hypokalemia and Hypocitraturia: Revitalize Hydration helps prevent low potassium and citrate levels, which are common in pets and can lead to various health issues if left untreated.[1,2,4,5,16]

Precise Dilution and Usage

Revitalize Hydration stick packs are designed to be added to 1 liter of distilled water. This precise dilution ensures optimal effectiveness and safety for your pet.

Conclusion: A Preventative Measure for Pet Health

In conclusion, Bloom Bioscience’s Revitalize Hydration for Pets offers a comprehensive solution for pet owners looking to enhance their furry companions’ health. By addressing common dietary deficiencies and promoting optimal hydration and mineral balance, this product is a simple yet powerful tool in maintaining your pet’s overall well-being. Consider incorporating Revitalize Hydration into your pet’s daily routine to support their health and longevity. Read more: Referenced Case Studies [11,12,13]

 

(References)
1. Costello LC, Franklin RB. Plasma Citrate Homeostasis: How It Is Regulated; And Its Physiological and Clinical Implications. An Important, But Neglected, Relationship in Medicine. HSOA J Hum Endocrinol. 2016;1(1):005.
2. Strohmaier WL, Seilnacht J, Schubert G. Urinary stone formers with hypocitraturia and ‘normal’ urinary pH are at high risk for recurrence. Urol Int. 2012;88(3):294-7.
3. Williams NC, O’Neill LAJ. A Role for the Krebs Cycle Intermediate Citrate in Metabolic Reprogramming in Innate Immunity and Inflammation. Front Immunol. 2018 Feb 5;9:141.
4. Leslie SW, Bashir K. Hypocitraturia and Renal Calculi. StatPearls. 2023 May 30.
5. Dorsch R, Teichmann-Knorrn S, Sjetne Lund H. Urinary tract infection and subclinical bacteriuria in cats: A clinical update. J Feline Med Surg. 2019 Nov;21(11):1023-1038.
6. Granchi D, Torreggiani E, Massa A, Caudarella R, Di Pompo G, Baldini N. Potassium citrate prevents increased osteoclastogenesis resulting from acidic conditions: Implication for the treatment of postmenopausal bone loss. PLoS One. 2017 Jul 17;12(7):e0181230.
7. Granchi D, Baldini N, Ulivieri FM, Caudarella R. Role of Citrate in Pathophysiology and Medical Management of Bone Diseases. Nutrients. 2019 Oct 25;11(11):2576.
8. Humalda JK, et al. Effects of Potassium or Sodium Supplementation on Mineral Homeostasis: A Controlled Dietary Intervention Study. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 2020 Sep 1;105(9):e3246–56.
9. Lin WS, Wang PY. Janus-faced citrate in aging and metabolism. Aging (Albany NY). 2022 Jun 17;14(12):4929-4930.
10. Perinpam M, Ware EB, Smith JA, Turner ST, Kardia SLR, Lieske JC. Association of urinary citrate excretion, pH, and net gastrointestinal alkali absorption with diet, diuretic use, and blood glucose concentration. Physiol Rep. 2017 Oct;5(19):e13411. doi: 10.14814/phy2.13411. Epub 2017 Oct 16. PMID: 29038354; PMCID: PMC5641929.
11. Effcy of Revitalize Hydration supplementation (bloombioscience.com)
12. Management of Proteinuria and Elevated Liver Enzymes (bloombioscience.com)
13. A Proactive Strategy for Hematuria (bloombioscience.com)
14. Ruospo M, Palmer SC, Natale P, Craig JC, Vecchio M, Elder GJ, Strippoli GF. Phosphate binders for preventing and treating chronic kidney disease-mineral and bone disorder (CKD-MBD). Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2018 Aug 22;8(8):CD006023. doi: 10.1002/14651858.CD006023.pub3. PMID: 30132304; PMCID: PMC6513594.
15. Bargagli M, Arena M, Naticchia A, Gambaro G, Mazzaferro S, Fuster D, Ferraro PM. The Role of Diet in Bone and Mineral Metabolism and Secondary Hyperparathyroidism. Nutrients. 2021 Jul 7;13(7):2328. doi: 10.3390/nu13072328. PMID: 34371838; PMCID: PMC8308808.
16. Stephen W. Leslie; Khalid Bashir Hypocitraturia and Renal Calculi. Update: May 30, 2023

About Federica Scaletti, Ph.D.

Federica leads our Science Department. Her research interests include balancing the antioxidant defense and immune system by combining chemistry and glycobiology tools.

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