Posted at 30 August 2018

Improved nutrition and fine-tuned veterinary follow-up are constantly raising the life expectancy of pets. Considering this growing life expectancy, the emphasis is increasingly placed on the impact of nutrition on cell aging. Inded, cellular senescence is strongly induced by free radicals, responsible for oxidative stress. 

In this trial, Diana Pet Food's expert in health and nutrition evaluated the impact of a diet containing natural free radical scavengers on the different stages of oxidation (initiation, prolongation and termination) and fatty acid metabolism in adult healthy dogs.


Authors : H Bourgeois, D Aubril @ Diana Pet Food, Elven, France.

Results presented at Pet Food Forum US 2012.

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