Mia has a high level of indoxyl sulfate. Indoxyl sulfate belongs to the so-called uraemic toxins. The origin of indoxyl sulfate are proteins coming naturally with the feed. These proteins are decomposed in the intestine to amino acids and precursors of the uraemic toxins. These precursors are absorbed in the intestine and reach the liver via the blood stream. There they are transformed to the real uraemic toxins, usually excreted by the kidneys via the urine.
A reduction of uraemic toxins could be reached by reducing the vital protein intake of the cat which keeps the cat away from her tasty and vital proteins. There is a new solution now to cope with that challenge: Porus® One, who is binding already the precursors of uraemic toxins in the intestine and excreting them naturally with the faeces. The total quantity of precursors bound and excreted by Porus® One can‘t be anymore transformed into uraemic toxins. Binding these precursors of uraemic toxins supports the kidney health. Porus® One is a product especially designed for the kidneys of the cats. Since September 2018 Porus® One is offered by many vets in the UK.
Here we want to provide you some information about Porus® One in advance. Please find also a link for downloading some product information, which you may present to your vet.