Revitamal Brings Anti-Aging Science to Dogs

Any dog lover will tell you that the worst part of owning a pet is that they don’t live as long as we do. No matter what we do or how well we care for them, our dogs are only with us for a small fraction of our lives. But what if you could bring the benefits of cellular aging science to your canine companion? That’s just what Revitamal supplements are for!

The first supplement of its kind, it begins working immediately to restore energy, proper function, and vitality to the cells in your pet’s body. It is made with FulleLife, a unique and powerful cellular protectant. Simply apply the formula to your pet’s food, wet or dry, once a day and Revitamal will protect your pet where they need it the most, in the vulnerable cells and tissues where aging has the deepest effects.

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Much like our cells, your dog’s cells are constantly under attack by free radicals, molecules with an extra electron, which are capable of damaging the cells by oxidation. Luckily, cells have a built-in defense mechanism against these free radicals, but as animals age those defenses begin to weaken.

Revitamal Brings Anti-Aging Science to Dogs

Every Revitamal FulleLife individual complex can manage dozens of these free radicals without reacting to them and causing more issues. Not only can they do this, but they amazingly retain their full function to take on another group of free radicals after they are finished with the first. Revitamal FulleLife never stops working!

Another unique property of this supplement is that it can protect every type of cell in the body. This means that heart, brain, lung, skin, kidney, bone, muscle, and every other kind of cell are effectively protected by Revitamal. The benefits of this supplement extend to all the systems in the body, not just certain cell types like other similar supplements.

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Revitamal is a completely natural supplement that is made from the finest organic ingredients and contains no artificial colors, flavors, or stimulants and no animal by-products. FulleLife is still patent pending. It is a natural lipid phytocomplex similar to purified shilajit.

The dosage chart on the label is based on the weight and age of your pet, and there are not currently any known drug or supplement interactions associated with Revitamal.

As always, you should consult with your veterinarian before starting your pet on any new supplement. There is information on the company’s website specifically for educating vets on what is in the supplement and what it does so they can gain a better understanding of the product.