that claim to be formulated to promote good urinary health. I wonder if these claims are true or is it just false advertising?
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8/15/09 at 9:12am
I'm sure it's "true" (or they'd get in trouble for false advertising) in the sense that the food lowers the Ph level of the urine to prevent crystals, but that doesn't mean it's a good food.