Urine Amino Acids profile

CCG00131aAmino acids are crucial to every body function.

Abnormally low or high amino acid levels can be caused by dietary deficiencies of protein or micronutrients, variations in metabolic demands elicited by hormones or toxic factors that increase losses or decrease utilization rates. Inadequate amino acid levels can result from digestive impairments due to toxins or from pathologies of the stomach, pancreas, liver, or small intestine.

Amino acid abnormalities can be associated with your pet’s weight loss, behavioral disorders, failure to thrive, chronic fatigue, antacid use, depression, chronic degenerative disorders, hypertension, cancer, pregnancy and aging.

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