The science behind Rallie

Rallie is made with all natural ingredients that you feel good feeding your pup - no added sugars, fillers, or unnecessary ingredients. Our everyday dog supplements are scientifically studied and vet-approved, providing your pets with a wide range of vitamins and minerals.

What's in Rallie?

Ultra-Purified Water

Sourced from Memphis, Tennessee, our aquifers provide some of the cleanest and purest water in the world.

Ultra-High Purity Hydrogen Gas

Each Rallie flavor has the same base, Hydrogen Rich Water, which functions as an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory support for muscle recovery.

The added molecular hydrogen (H2) in Rallie has very different properties than the hydrogen atoms that comprise water molecules (H20). Molecular hydrogen is a stable molecule that floats freely in between the water molecules.

Researchers call hydrogen a “master regulator” because it brings many processes in the human body into harmony. Thirteen years of clinical research show that molecular hydrogen has rejuvenative effects, including improvements in energy, exercise capacity, and metabolic health. Molecular hydration also supports a healthy inflammatory response, a key component of healthy aging.

Electrolytes (Sodium Chloride, Sodium Citrate, Potassium Citrate)

Muscle growth and strength

The mineral potassium is essential in boosting muscle growth. It sparks the rapid growth of muscle cells which contributes to stronger muscles. In addition, potassium helps the muscles contract and relax which improves the motor skills of your dog.

Boost metabolism

Potassium helps your dog digest and absorb nutrients faster. Just like phosphorus, this mineral catalyzes the extraction and transfer of energy from nutrients. Moreover, potassium is a vital component that assists in the breaking down of fats and carbohydrates.

Neural Function

Potassium boosts the cognitive function of your dog. It directly strengthens the neural paths from the brain to the rest of the body. So if your puppy is naturally intelligent, like the poodle or mastiff, having optimum levels of potassium in his body will help maintain his sharpness.

Vets also recommend healthy doses of potassium because it leads to higher brain function in dogs, especially memory and learning.

Promotes bone health

Potassium works together with calcium and phosphorus to promote healthy bones and teeth in your dog. Potassium helps keep your dog’s internal PH levels optimum. With acid levels regulated, your dog can retain calcium in his bones and blood. Also, studies show that dogs that regularly receive their daily dose of potassium have a higher bone density.

Maintains Organ Function

One of the long-term benefits of potassium is the promotion of optimal organ function as the kidney. Your pooch needs potassium to keep his heart, kidneys, and liver in good condition. In addition, potassium improves the digestive system of your dog leading to better absorption of nutrients from the food he eats.

Potassium deficiency can occur if your dog is suffering from renal disease. Moreover, if your dog is constantly vomiting or having diarrhea, he is likely to lose a lot of potassium from his body. Start supplementing your dog with potassium if he falls sick and needs to recover faster.

Magnesium Citrate

Magnesium Citrate helps regulate the flow of water in and out of your body’s cells. It also sparks the nerve impulses your body needs for a healthy heartbeat, blood pressure, and breathing. Magnesium aids in contracting and relaxing of muscles as well as muscle regeneration.

Your dog’s heart, liver, and digestive tract need enough magnesium citrate to function optimally.

The presence of magnesium in the body assists in the absorption of minerals like potassium, zinc, and calcium.

Magnesium plays an important role in your dog’s mental and emotional well-being and is important for organ health and functioning.

Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)

Thiamine helps regulate energy and carbohydrate metabolism. Once carbohydrates are digested, they're converted to energy in the form of Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP). This serves as your dog’s energy reservoir they require during exercising or training.

Thiamine also activates ion channels in neural tissue, which plays a role in organ health and promoting motor functions in your dog. Thiamine can help maintain a healthy brain and boosts your dog's cognitive function.

Vitamin B3 (Niacinamide)

Effective metabolism

Niacin is a core vitamin that helps in the breakdown of fatty acids by pets. When your dog is properly digesting healthy fats, he ends up with healthy skin and a glowing coat.

Vitamin B3 is also essential in helping your dog convert fats and carbohydrates into sources of energy. This is important especially for active dogs that need a lot of energy for exercising, working, and playing.

Cognitive function

Your dog needs enough niacin in his body to boost his mental capacity. A nourished brain is essential to help him remember and learn new things every day. It should also make training him easy as he grasped things faster.

Hormone Synthesis

Niacin is important for hormonal secretion in dogs. It catalyzes the production of antidiuretic hormone or vasopressin which promotes the optimal functioning of kidneys. Secondly, vitamin B3 triggers the production of corticotrophin-releasing hormones.

These are the hormones that trigger the release of corticosteroids, which help your dog cope better with stress.

Vitamin B3 is also essential in the production of growth hormones in your dogs. These are the hormones that will help your pooch develop into a strong and well-mannered adult dog.

A healthy digestive tract

Niacin controls the production of stomach acids and bile in pets. These two elements help in the digestion of food as well as destroying harmful bacteria in the digestive tract. Enough levels of niacin also help maintain an optimal pH level in your dog’s digestive tract.

Vitamin B6 HCL (Pyridoxine - Hydrochloride)

Vitamin B6 in dogs helps in maintain a potassium-sodium balance in your dog’s body. This in turn assists in water regulation ensuring your pooch maintains a well-toned body. Vitamin B6 promotes healthy brain function and the production of red blood cells. Furthermore, the vitamin also aids in the absorption of vitamin B6 and the synthesis of DNA & RNA.

Vitamin B6 has been directly linked to heart health in dogs. Enough amounts of the vitamin in the blood stream regulates the level of homocysteine. This is a chemical that has been associated with the hardening of arteries leading to heart failure in dogs.

Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin)

The major benefit of vitamin B12 in dogs is in promoting a healthy nervous system. This is because vitamin B12 is involved directly in the production of myelin, a protective tissue that coats the nerves in the brain. As the brain controls most of the body’s functions, we can safely say that your dog needs vitamin D for all his physiological functions.

Cyanocobalamin is important for maintaining the spinal health of your dog. In addition, this vitamin combines with other minerals to boost cellular metabolism. Another benefit of cyanocobalamin is in the production of red blood cells. With enough red blood cells in his blood, your dog will be able to effectively transfer nutrients and oxygen to all parts of his body.

Lastly, enough vitamin B12 in your dog is necessary to prevent diseases such as exocrine pancreatic deficiency or EPI. This disease will impair your dog’s ability to digest food as his pancreas is not producing the required enzymes for food digestion. As a result, your dog may suffer some of the symptoms covered below.

Glucosamine HCl

Occurring naturally in the body, Glucosamine is a powerful & natural compound, classified as an amino sugar. Its purpose is to increase the amount of articular cartilage and fluid found in joints, helping to prevent joint pain and stiffness.

- Designed to support joint health and comfort

- Assists mobility and strength for active lifestyles

- Targets stiffness and discomfort

L-Carnitine

Maintains healthy muscle function.

Dogs taking Carniking® (a L-Carnitine supplement) were found to have gained significantly* more lean muscle mass after a 14 week exercise program, compared to the control group in a recent study.

Hydrolyzed Collagen Peptide

Collagen aids regeneration of cartilage.

After 24 weeks, healthy athletes taking Collagen showed a significant* reduction in joint pain across a range of activities, compared to a placebo.

Turmeric Extract White

This powerful anti-oxidant can support the health and balance of your pup’s joints and connective tissues no matter how old they are. Studies show that introducing this all-natural superfood into your pet’s diet can promote their natural inflammatory response and fight irritants that cause discomfort and joint pain.

- Designed to support joint health and comfort

- Assists mobility and strength for active lifestyles

- Targets stiffness and discomfort

Vet-developed formula, vet-approved results

Our team works with a team of PhDs, foundations, trainers, and canine athletes that help lead and shape our research, study, and publications. Herbal formulas have been used in veterinary practice for decades, and we're proud to be pioneering their use in canine hydration.

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