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Feline Basic Nutrients - 120 Scoops Default Category Thorne Vet
Feline Basic Nutrients - 120 Scoops Default Category Thorne Vet
Feline Basic Nutrients - 120 Scoops Default Category Thorne Vet
Feline Basic Nutrients - 120 Scoops Default Category Thorne Vet

    Feline Basic Nutrients - 120 Scoops



    Thorne Vet Feline Basic Nutrients

    To promote the long-term health and well-being of cats of all ages.

    A comprehensive, highly-absorbable formula for cats of all ages. ThorneVet’s Feline Basic Nutrients is a foundational multi-vitamin/mineral supplement – in powder form for easy dosing – that supports all phases of a cat’s life. The broad range of nutrients in Feline Basic Nutrients provides 21 essential vitamins and minerals that help maintain the foundational health of cats at every age, plus 8 additional synergistic nutrients – amino acids, probiotics, fatty acids, a potent botanical antioxidant, and a carbocyclic sugar – that enhance a cat’s multiple bodily structures, functions, and processes.

    Key Nutritional Support Features:

    • Optimizes every-day feline health and vitality to enhance quality of life
    • Nutritional support for liver, heart, eye, GI, cardiovascular, skin, and immune health
    • Vitamins and minerals in their most tissue-ready, bioavailable forms
    • Nutrients that can readily meet a cat’s increased need for nutritional support:
      • 13 vitamins
      • 8 minerals
      • 2 amino acids (including taurine)
      • 2 probiotics (for a healthy intestinal environment)
      • 2 omega-3 fatty acids (from fish oil)
      • plus Astaxanthin and Inositol


    Serving Size: 1 Scoop
    Calcium (DimaCal® DiCalcium Malate) 25 mg
    Taurine 25 mg
    EPA (From Fish Oil Powder) 8 mg
    DHA (From Fish Oil Powder) 5.5 mg
    Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C) 5 mg
    Potassium (Tripotassium Citrate) 5 mg
    d-Alpha Tocopheryl (Vitamin E) (5 IU) 3 mg
    Niacin 2 mg
    Niacinamide 2 mg
    Magnesium (Albion® DiMagnesium Malate) 1.5 mg
    Vitamin D3 (50 IU) 1.25 mg
    Thiamin (Thiamin HCl) 1 mg
    Riboflavin 5’-Phosphate (Vitamin B2) 1 mg
    Calcium Pantothenate (Vitamin B5) 1 mg
    Pyridoxal 5’-Phosphate (Vitamin B6) 1 mg
    Astaxanthin (Haematococcus pluvialis) 1 mg
    Inositol 1 mg
    Vitamin A Palmitate (500 IU) 275 mcg
    Iron (Ferrochel® Ferrous Bisglycinate Chelate) 250 mcg
    DL-Methionine 250 mcg
    Selenium (L-selenomethionine) 10 mcg
    Chromium (as TRAACS® Chromium Nicotinate Glycinate Chelate) 10 mcg
    Iodine 10 mcg
    Methylcobalamin (Vitamin B12) 5 mcg
    Folate (L-5-Methyltetrahydrofolate from L-5-Methyltetrahydrofolic Acid, Glucosamine Salt) 5 mcg
    Zinc (TRAACS® Zinc Bisglycinate Chelate) 2.5 mcg
    Biotin 2 mcg
    Bacillus Coagulans 500 million CFUs
    Saccharomyces boulardii 500 million CFUs

    Other Ingredients: Beef liver powder, silicon dioxide.

    Gluten Free. 

    Suggested Use

    Cats: 1 scoop two times daily (or two scoops once daily).

    Cautions and Warnings: Safe use in pregnant animals has not been proven. If animal’s condition worsens or does not improve, stop product administration and consult your veterinarian. For animal use only. Keep out of the reach of children. In case of accidental overdose, contact a veterinarian immediately.

    More Info. 

    Why add nutrients to the feline diet?

    Just like humans, the bodily structures and functions of cats can benefit from additional nutrients that supplement a healthy diet. Although many nutrients – in particular, vitamins and minerals – are added to commercial cat food, the amounts are usually just enough to prevent a nutrient deficiency in a healthy cat – but likely won’t provide a cat with optimal nutritional support for a long, healthy, and vital life. With modern processed food and pollution of food, water, and the environment, it’s difficult to know whether a cat is receiving the essential supportive nutrients that can promote its optimal health and well-being. By providing a cat with a multi-vitamin/mineral formula early in its life, and certainly before a cat becomes old or ill, you can enhance the quality and length of the cat’s life and optimize its vitality.

    There are times when a cat can have an increased need for nutritional support: 

    • When a cat has an acute or a chronic health condition
    • When a cat is pregnant or nursing
    • When a cat is beginning to age
    • When a cat becomes stressed – such as moving to a new home, traveling a long distance, the addition of a new family member, being boarded, etc.
    • When a cat is a persni-kitty eater

    Why Feline Basic Nutrients?

    The nutrients in ThorneVet’s Feline Basic Nutrients are specifically curated to provide a cat with the best absorbed, most tissue-ready, bioavailable forms available. And this feline health supplement is provided in a highly palatable, beef liver-flavored powder for ease of dosing and sprinkling on food.

    The fat-soluble vitamins – A, D, and E

    Vitamin A is provided as preformed vitamin A because cats have a difficult time converting beta-carotene to vitamin A.

    Vitamin D in its vitamin D3 form is more potent and effective at increasing a cat’s blood level of vitamin D than the vitamin D2 form.

    Vitamin E as d-alpha tocopheryl is the most bioavailable vitamin E isomer.

    The water-soluble vitamins – the B vitamin complex and vitamin C 

    Feline Basic Nutrients contains the entire B vitamin complex – plus 50 mg of vitamin C.

    Vitamins B2 and B6 are provided in their active, tissue-ready phosphorylated forms – vitamin B2 as riboflavin 5’-phosphate (R5P) and vitamin B6 as pyridoxal 5’-phosphate (P5P).

    Vitamins B12 and folate are provided in their active, tissue-ready methylated forms – methyl-folate (5MTHF) and methylcobalamin (B12).

    The Minerals

    Macrominerals (calcium and magnesium) are provided as well-absorbed and highly concentrated malate chelates.

    Trace minerals (zinc, iron, and chromium) are supplied as highly bioavailable glycinate chelates, while selenium is provided as selenomethionine – an organic form of selenium in the same form found in food.

    But Feline Basic Nutrients doesn’t stop with this comprehensive assortment of vitamins and minerals. Several unique nutrients offer additional feline health and wellness benefits.

    Inositol along with the B vitamins helps balance neurotransmitters to manage stress in a cat. And along with chromium and other nutrients, inositol helps support healthy blood sugar levels. Inositol, once known as vitamin B8, is actually a carbocyclic sugar.

    Methionine is an amino acid that provides liver support. Methionine also helps acidify the cat’s urine to prevent crystal formation.

    Taurine is a key amino acid that is essential to include in the feline diet because a cat’s liver doesn’t synthesize enough taurine on its own; taurine is particularly essential for a cat’s heart and eye health.

    Probiotics – two of them – are added for gastrointestinal and immune function support. Bacillus coagulans is a spore-forming, very stable beneficial bacterial species, and Saccharomyes boulardii is a beneficial yeast. Both of these beneficial probiotics help maintain a cat’s healthy gut microbiome.

    Omega-3 fatty acids, EPA and DHA are added to support a balanced inflammatory response throughout the cat’s body for cardiovascular, neurological, brain, eye, and skin support. Providing preformed essential fatty acids EPA and DHA is especially important for cats because cats don’t synthesize either fatty acid very efficiently from the dietary precursor alpha-linolenic acid (ALA).

    Astaxanthin is a carotenoid found naturally in a number of foods. Astaxanthin is what gives salmon, krill, algae, and lobster their familiar pinkish-red color. Astaxanthin is a potent antioxidant for protecting against oxidative damage to cells and for supporting healthy aging.