Larch Updated on: August 4th, 2019

Larch Arabinogalactin is a natural prebiotic fiber that is found in the Western Larch tree. Arabinogalactin is the scientific name for this type of fiber, or sugar, and is also found in many fruits and vegetables like apples, radishes, and tomatoes

why we feed

Larch is the most concentrated and natural form of this prebiotic. Prebiotics provide food for probiotics which overall help to improve digestion. Larch also has immune boosting properties and can help prevent allergies, infection, and even cancer.

how to feed

Larch comes in a loose powder form which makes it easy to mix into your dog's meals. Follow dosing instructions on the product. Add a whole food source of probiotics such as kefir or raw goat's milk with Larch to superboost digestion. Since it is an immune-boosting supplement, remember to give your dog a short break after a couple of months of feeding.

Additional info

Larch has been heavily researched for use in human healthcare. In addition to its use as a dietary fiber supplement, Larch has also been used for treating liver cancer, the common cold, and other inflammatory illness. Some studies have even been done on dogs and results are promising