New Convenient Packets for HEALx Booster® and Sunshine Factor® Now Available
Harrisons’ Pet Products
is pleased to announce the availability of HEALx Sunshine Factor®
and HEALx Booster® in easy-to-use convenient 15-ml packets, thus
eliminating the need to melt or measure the products for administration. Just
squeeze entire contents of packet onto 1 lb of food.
Factor® is a non-synthetic, whole food source of nutrients, vitamins
and vitamin precursors for everyday wellness in all animals. Booster®
combines the benefits of Sunshine Factor® with antimicrobial
activity for sick, weak or immune-compromised animals or animals with allergies,
self-mutilation issues or skin disorders.
Factor® and Booster® are whole food
sources of carotenoids (precursors to natural vitamin A, including alpha-carotenes,
beta-carotenes, lycopene and at least 20 other carotenes). They both contain 6
non-synthetic forms of vitamin E–2 forms of tocopherols and all 4 of the
tocotrienols (super potent vitamin E), which have 60 times the antioxidant
activity of the tocopherols. Sunshine Factor® and Booster®
are also natural, rich sources of coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10),
vitamin K, squalene, phytosterols, flavonoids, phenolic acids, glycolipids and
Use of the new squeezable
packets makes dispensing these daily wellness products uncomplicated. The packets may be purchased as individual packets
or by the case of 24. These packets are also less expensive and more ecological
than the 1-oz size bottle (86% less packaging).
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approve or endorse the products and/or services offered. You should use your
own judgment and evaluate products and services carefully before deciding to purchase.
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