Bibliografia

Honey Pet Food è un composto complementare a base di miele Italiano per cani e gatti, naturale al 100%. È ideale per la salute e la crescita dei tuoi cani e gatti, fin dai primi mesi di vita. Di seguito la bibliografia estesa su cui si basano le nostre ricerche.

Bibliografia

  • Castro, S. D. (2001). Propolis: biological and pharmacological activities. Therapeutic uses of this bee-product. Annual Review of Biomedical Sciences, 48-83.
  • J. Reichling, J. F.-J. (2003). Echinacea powder: Treatment for canine chronic and seasonal upper respiratory tract infections. Schweizer Archiv für Tierheilkunde, 145, pp. 223-231.
  • Katsande, S. T. (July 2015). Evaluating the effect of oral administration of Echinacea hydroethanolic extract on the immune system in dog. Automic & Autacoid Pharmacology, Volume35, Issue1-2, pag. 9-13.
  • Kawai K, O. Y. (1986 Jun). Palatinose as a potential parenteral nutrient: its metabolic effects and fate after oral and intravenous administration to dogs. J Nutr Sci Vitaminol, 32(3):297-306.
  • Khan FR, U. A. (2007 Oct;). Honey: nutritional and medicinal value. Int J Clin Pract., 61(10):1705-7.
  • Kornhauser D, A. P. (1970 Mar;). Glucose production and utilization in the newborn puppy. Pediatr Res., 4(2):120-8.
  • Levy, J. D. (1991). The complete Herbal Handbook for the Dog and Cat. Faber & Faber.
  • Lusby, P. E., Coombes, A. B., & Wilkinson, J. M. (November 2002). Honey: A Potent Agent for Wound Healing? Journal of Wound Ostomy & Continence Nursing, Volume 29 – Issue 6 – p 295–300.
  • Mandal, M. D. (2011 Apr). Honey: its medicinal property and antibacterial activity. Asian Pac J Trop Biomed, 1(2): 154–160.
  • Olga Escuredo, L. R. ( February 2012). Assessing Rubus honey value: Pollen and phenolic compounds content and antibacterial capacity. Food Chemistry, Volume 130, Issue 3, Pages 671-678.
  • P. W. Toll, R. G. (2010). Feeding Working and Sporting Dogs. In C. T. M.S. Hand, Small Animal Clinical Nutrition (pp. 321-358). Mark Morris Institute.
  • R.Wolter. (July 1987). Nutrition of sport animals. Science & Sports, Volume 2, Issue 2, Pages 63-93.
  • Ravi M, D. S. (July 2010). The beneficial effects of spirulina focusing on its immunomodulatory and antioxidant properties. Nutrition and Dietary Supplements , Volume 2 Pages 73—83.
  • Speciale A, C. R. (2006 Apr;). Antibacterial activity of propolis and its active principles alone and in combination with macrolides, beta-lactams and fluoroquinolones against microorganisms responsible for respiratory infections. J Chemother., 18(2):164-71.
  • W. Jean Dodds, D. &. (2014). Canine nutrigenomics: The new science of feeding your dog for optimum health. Dogwise.
  • Wakshlag JJ, S. K. (2002). Effects of post-exercise supplements on glycogen repletion in skeletal muscle. Vet Ther, 3(3):226-34.
  • Bibliografia
  • Castro, S. D. (2001). Propolis: biological and pharmacological activities. Therapeutic uses of this bee-product. Annual Review of Biomedical Sciences, 48-83.
  • J. Reichling, J. F.-J. (2003). Echinacea powder: Treatment for canine chronic and seasonal upper respiratory tract infections. Schweizer Archiv für Tierheilkunde, 145, pp. 223-231.
  • Katsande, S. T. (July 2015). Evaluating the effect of oral administration of Echinacea hydroethanolic extract on the immune system in dog. Automic & Autacoid Pharmacology, Volume35, Issue1-2, pag. 9-13.
  • Kawai K, O. Y. (1986 Jun). Palatinose as a potential parenteral nutrient: its metabolic effects and fate after oral and intravenous administration to dogs. J Nutr Sci Vitaminol, 32(3):297-306.
  • Khan FR, U. A. (2007 Oct;). Honey: nutritional and medicinal value. Int J Clin Pract., 61(10):1705-7.
  • Kornhauser D, A. P. (1970 Mar;). Glucose production and utilization in the newborn puppy. Pediatr Res., 4(2):120-8.
  • Levy, J. D. (1991). The complete Herbal Handbook for the Dog and Cat. Faber & Faber.
  • Lusby, P. E., Coombes, A. B., & Wilkinson, J. M. (November 2002). Honey: A Potent Agent for Wound Healing? Journal of Wound Ostomy & Continence Nursing, Volume 29 – Issue 6 – p 295–300.
  • Mandal, M. D. (2011 Apr). Honey: its medicinal property and antibacterial activity. Asian Pac J Trop Biomed, 1(2): 154–160.
  • Olga Escuredo, L. R. ( February 2012). Assessing Rubus honey value: Pollen and phenolic compounds content and antibacterial capacity. Food Chemistry, Volume 130, Issue 3, Pages 671-678.
  • P. W. Toll, R. G. (2010). Feeding Working and Sporting Dogs. In C. T. M.S. Hand, Small Animal Clinical Nutrition (pp. 321-358). Mark Morris Institute.
  • R.Wolter. (July 1987). Nutrition of sport animals. Science & Sports, Volume 2, Issue 2, Pages 63-93.
  • Ravi M, D. S. (July 2010). The beneficial effects of spirulina focusing on its immunomodulatory and antioxidant properties. Nutrition and Dietary Supplements , Volume 2 Pages 73—83.
  • Speciale A, C. R. (2006 Apr;). Antibacterial activity of propolis and its active principles alone and in combination with macrolides, beta-lactams and fluoroquinolones against microorganisms responsible for respiratory infections. J Chemother., 18(2):164-71.
  • W. Jean Dodds, D. &. (2014). Canine nutrigenomics: The new science of feeding your dog for optimum health. Dogwise.
  • Wakshlag JJ, S. K. (2002). Effects of post-exercise supplements on glycogen repletion in skeletal muscle. Vet Ther, 3(3):226-34.