The Power of Perna
Perna Canaliculus is a green-lipped mussel farmed in New Zealand. Perna is rich in:
- Natural Glucosamine: A key building block for healthy cartilage
- Chondroitin Sulfates: The principal component of cartilage – the shock absorbers for joints
- Hyaluronic acid: Necessary for maintaining the proper viscosity of synovial fluid surrounding the joint
- Essential Fatty Acids: A natural anti-inflammatory which is not produced by the body
- Amino Acids: Perna contains all 21 essential and non essential amino acids – the building blocks of all bodily tissue
- Minerals: Important cofactors for bone and cartilage health
PERNA PROVIDES 57 NUTRITIONAL
FACTORSthat are needed for joint comfort, mobility and repair
is more than joint support.
- Brain health
- Skin support
- Heart health
- Eye health
- Cellular protection
- Free-radical fighters
Building blocks for all bodily structural components:
Q&A with Dr. Elizabeth
Dr. Elizabeth DeLomba is the chairperson of our Veterinary Advisory board. Dr. DeLomba is a veterinarian with 16 years of private clinical experience at a companion animal practice. Her experience also extends to the veterinary pharmacy industry where she’s held several positions throughout her career.
Dr. DeLomba received a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) from Michigan State University and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Villanova University. Aside from her responsibilities at VetriScience, Dr. DeLomba works as a consulting veterinarian and board member at Vetco, a nationwide chain of wellness clinics. She also serves as a relief veterinarian in the Annapolis, MD area.
Dr. DeLomba is a current faculty member at PharmCon, which provides continuing education to pharmacists. She also taught in the Veterinary Assistant Program at Anne Arundel Community College. Previously, Dr. DeLomba served as the Director of Veterinary Services at VetCentric, where she published over 50 articles in a weekly newsletter for vets.
Dr. DeLomba is an active member of the AVMA and the American Association of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics. She offers a wealth of knowledge and experience in the field of companion animal medicine with a focus on nutrition and pharmacology.