Augustine’s SuperBoost is the world’s first 100% certified organic supplement made entirely from wholefoods and specially formulated for canines. It is based on the formula found in our flagship fresh food product, Augustine’s SuperFood.
This nutritional powerhouse is suitable for ALL dogs and can be added to dry, canned, raw & homemade meals. You can even use the free recipes on the Augustine Approved website to make Augustine’s SuperFood at home!
Augustine’s SuperBoost contains ingredients used by top performing athletes. It is packed with so much goodness that not only is it safe for human consumption, we actually encourage you to add it to your own food. It is an excellent addition to smoothies.
American Ginseng (aged 6 years)
Simply put, Augustine's SuperBoost is just that - a boost. It helps maintain a higher quality of life. It contains a range of high quality nutrients not found anywhere else.
No matter how well you currently feed your dog, Augustine's SuperBoost is a great addition to any canine diet.
The majority of pet food companies rely on synthetic supplementation to compensate for the natural nutrients destroyed during cooking (irrespective of price or quality of the ingredients). Synthetic supplements are also used to help products meet standards that will allow companies to label their products as balanced. Whilst on paper these products appear to be nutritionally balanced, it is no secret that many synthetic vitamins lack the important nutritional co-factors needed to assist the body in absorbing and assimilating nutrients.
Unlike synthetic vitamins, which contain no trace minerals and must utilise the body's own mineral reserves, wholefood complexes are recognised as real food. The body can digest and assimilate wholefood nutrients without having to rob itself of the trace minerals and other co-factors necessary to complete the vitamins synergistic operation. Research indicates that over time synthetic vitamins may actually cause nutritional deficiencies.
Augustine’s SuperBoost is made entirely from highly digestible plant ingredients. You could say that it helps put the goodness back that processing takes out.
Augustine's SuperBoost is a great addition to homemade meals (including raw). It helps improve stools and aids with digestion by promoting healthy organ function.
Many dog guardians would love to prepare fresh food for their dogs however they are reluctant to do so because of the fear of producing unbalanced meals. Our recipes have not only been verified by a leading canine nutritionist as balanced, they far exceed AAFCO standards. Why not give our recipes a try?
Those long and strange scientific sounding ingredients are usually synthetic supplements. If the label says the product includes, "vitamins" or "minerals" then you guessed it... synthetic. Google is your friend!
Augustine’s SuperBoost is recommended for use in every meal, but you can use it as often as you like.
Add raw coconut oil or water and mix well into food using a spoon. Augustine’s SuperBoost can be fed together with Faith's Cleanse & Detox and Dynacol Zeolite. For fussy eaters, please commence with only Augustine's SuperBoost and Dynacol Zeolite, and then introduce Faith's Cleanse & Detox 2-3 days later. Please also consider the Fussy Eaters Guide on the Faith's Cleanse & Detox label.
For Optimum Results feed your dog a daily minimum of:
Halve the amount for puppies.
Augustine’s SuperBoost is also healthy for cats:
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