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Life Extension Cat Mix Pet Vitamins/Supplements with Resveratrol - 100 grams
Reprinted by permission from Bill Faloon of The Life Extension Foundation

Pharmaceutical Grade Nutrients
So how can you be assured that you are giving your pet the best nutrition?  Besides high quality commercial foods that are nutrient-enriched, nutritional supplements are the best option to make sure your pets are getting all the vitamins and minerals they need to live long healthy lives.

Life Extension Cat Mix is among the best products for protecting your animals health.  Just two scoops per day provide the vitamin insurance your pet needs to stay healthy and strong.  It contains significant amounts of high-grade nutrients usually reserved for the most expensive human supplements.  It contains flavonoids, amino acids, antioxidants, probiotics, essential fatty acids, methylation enhancers, and more.

In fact, many commercial pet foods do not contain the vitamins, amino acids, phytonutrients, and advanced antioxidants found in Life Extension Dog Mix and Life Extension Cat Mix.  Life Extension pet supplements contain the same pharmaceutical-grade nutrients used in all Life Extension products.

Animals have unique physiological structures, and therefore need specific food and nutrients to keep them in optimal health.  No longer considered just animals, household pets require special attention.  Filling the need, the pet food industry has grown tremendously over the years.  But are you getting the best nutrients for your dog or cat?

Cats Have Special Nutritional Needs
Cats have been domesticated since early times, essentially to catch rats and mice.  Today, they are mainly household pets that, like dogs, require special attention when it comes to their nutrition and care.

Cats are carnivorous.  But, unlike dogs that can eat some plant-based foods, cats need animal protein to survive.  Amino acids like taurine and arginine are important to a cats health and without them cats could die.5-7  Taurine, for one, is a must for heart, kidney, and eye health.8-11  Arginine detoxifies ammonia in cats kidneys and is also important for heart and pancreatic function and keeping the gut healthy.12-15  The essential fatty acid, arachidonic acid, is another must for cats which is used in every cell in the body.16  And, just like humans, they need B vitamins to support their cardiovascular system.17

Cats also have problems metabolizing certain amino acids from other nutrients, such as the conversion of niacin to tryptophan or vitamin A from beta-carotene, along with limitation in enzyme systems.  For that reason cats have a more stringent need for specific nutritional requirements than for omnivores such as the rat, dog, and man.18


Supplement Facts:  Serving Size - 1 scoop.  Servings Per Container - 62



Vitamin C

25 mg

Vitamin E (succinate)

5 IU

Green Tea Extract (standardized for 20% polyphenols [200 mcg])

1.0 mg

Super Nutrition


Labiatae Extract (from rosemary, thyme and sage)

10 mg

Essential Vitamins


B1 (thiamin HCl)

2 mg

B-2 (riboflavin)

1 mg

B-3 (niacin)

2.5 mg

B-5 (pantothenic acid)

2 mg

B-6 (pyridoxine HCl)

2 mg

B-12 (methylcobalamin)

2 mcg

Folic acid

500 mcg

Amino Acids



150 mg


75 mg

Essential Fatty Acid


Arachidonic Acid from freeze-dried egg yolk

25 mg

Protein Synthesis and Water Balance


Betaine (TMG) (from sugar beets)

25 mg



Probiotic concentrate [L. acidophilus, L. plantarum, B. bifidum, B. Lactis(providing 250 million CFU†)]

3 mg

Mixed Carotenoids


Betatene1 (Beta Carotene, Alpha Carotene Lutein, Zeaxanthin)

95.5 IU

Glucose Metabolism and Longevity


Alpha Lipoic Acid

500 mcg

Other ingredients: egg yolk powder, taurine, L-arginine, dicalcium phosphate, betaine anhydrous, ascorbic acid, maltodextrin, d-alpha tocopheryl succinate, rosemary extract, sage extract, thyme extract, niacin, d-calcium pantothenate, pyridoxine HCl, thiamine HCl, green tea extract, riboflavin, Betatene® [beta-carotene with mixed carotenoids (alpha-carotene, lutein, zeaxanthin)], folic acid, alpha lipoic acid, probiotics (L. acidophilus, L. plantarum, B. bifidum, B. lactis), methylcobalamin.

Contains egg, fish (tilapia).

†Colony Forming Units at time of manufacture

1 - Betatene® is a registered trademark of BASF SE.

1 - Betatene is a registered trademark of Cognis Nutrition and Health.
2 - Biomate is a registered trademark of Chr Hansen BioSystems.

Dosage and Use:  For cats weighing six to nine pounds, mix two scoops per day into your pets food.  Adjust amount according to weight.

Caution:  These products are not meant to replace veterinary care and are not intended to be a substitute for a proper diet.  Any animal not responding to nutritional therapy should be seen by a licensed, competent veterinarian.

Warnings Information:

  • For dietary supplement use only for cats,
  • Keep out of reach of children,
  • Do not exceed recommended dosage,
  • If you suspect your cat has a bad reaction or side effects, discontinue use immediately,
  • When using Life Extension Cat Mix pet vitamins/supplements, please inform your veterinarian.

Some Pet Foods Unfit for Animals - Pg 1 | Pg 2 | Life Extension Dog Mix with Ground Flax Seed - Dose |
Dog/Cat/Pet Dangers (Chocolate, Onions, Nuts, Eggs, Fish, Etc.)
| Dogs and Cats and B12

Pricing Information: Life Extension Cat Mix Pet Vitamins/Supplements

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22. J. Appl. Toxicol. 2003;23:255-61.

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