Dr. Natalie Kather and Husband Stephen Cherniske Develop Anti-Aging Medicine For Dogs
Dr. Natalie Kather, a board-certified family medicine physician, and her husband, Stephen Cherniske, a biochemist and former university instructor in clinical nutrition, are happy to announce that they have developed RenuVite4Dogs, which they claim has been scientifically proven to have anti-aging effects. This product uses dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA), a protein produced by the adrenal glands and brain, and is considered to be the body’s most comprehensive repair signal. It is important to note that levels of DHEA decrease with advancing age for both humans and dogs, resulting in age-related degeneration.
Dr. Kather says, “We were both excited to see research showing that dogs – just like humans – can benefit from supplemental DHEA.” Further research revealed studies that indicated benefits from the use of hydrolyzed collagen and antioxidants obtained from Aronia berry. This led to the final formulation that combined all of the mentioned ingredients and which they called RenuVite4Dogs.
When asked for evidence about the effectiveness of RenuVite4Dogs, Dr. Kather says, “Ask any of the thousands of very happy customers. Or go to AntiagingForDogs.com and look at some of the photos and videos of dogs experiencing greater energy and mobility. It’s also telling that our biggest customers are veterinarians, who tell us that they’ve never seen results like this. Vets can place wholesale orders and dispense RenuVite4Dogs at their clinics. We can also provide a pack of published research to anyone interested. Just send an email addressed to my husband, Stephen Cherniske.”
It is important to note that most pain is due to inflammation. However, while there is an abundance of drugs for inflammation and pain, they have significant adverse effects. Stephen Cherniske had spent 15 years studying plant-based anti-inflammatory compounds. By using genomics and high-throughput screening, Cherniske’s group of researchers was able to develop products with efficacy that was either as good or even better than the typical pain-killers. Dr. Kather says, “Most important, these results were published in peer-reviewed biomedical journals. As a physician, I need that kind of gold-standard scientific support.”
It was in 2017 that a study was published regarding the use of the same plant-based compounds with dogs. They were happy to find that the results from the study were very positive in regards to both safety and efficacy. Dr. Kather says, “We love dogs, and a dog in pain affects the whole family. So we started formulating a veterinary product.”
Stephen Cherniske is an authority on the metabolic model of aging, which is currently being used in research centers in various parts of the world. This model indicates that there is a see-saw relationship between damage and repair and that aging is due to reduced repair capacity, which results in damage gaining the upper hand. Anti-aging products allow the reduction of damage and the improvement of repair, which tips the see-saw to favor repair.
Many studies have revealed that the most damaging forces in this metabolic model of aging are oxidative stress and inflammation. RenuVite4Dogs contains plant-based compounds from Aronia berry extract that studies have shown to reduce oxidative stress. It also contains Univestin™, a compound derived from two plants, which has unmatched scientific support in its ability to reduce inflammation, including clinical trials that have been published in seven peer-reviewed biomedical journals. In addition, in an independent clinical trial with dogs, Univestin was found to be twice as effective compared to the top glucosamine / chondroitin product.
Meanwhile, RenuVite4Dogs also contains ingredients that have been proven to enhance repair, such as DHEA and hydrolyzed collagen. Supplementing dogs with DHEA has indicated significant anti-aging effects. At the same time, oral supplementation with collagen has been found to help. Collagen is the one that provides strength and elasticity in all connective tissue, such as bones, muscles, joints, ligaments, tendons, and skin.
Those who are interested in getting more information about RenuVite4Dogs can visit the AntiagingForDogs.com website, or they can request for a “doc pack” of published research by contacting Stephen Cherniske through email.
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