A complete pet food diet adjusted to the needs of dogs with confirmed diabetes and overweight, obese dogs, dogs after
sterilization in order to prevent diabetes.
LOW CONTENT OF MONOSACCHARIDES
a good source of inulin, the probiotic being a feed for physiological bacterial flora in intestines. The correct bacterial flora impedes the development of pathological bacteria in the pet’s digestive system, preventing its diseases.
the low level of mono-and disaccharides which release glucose rapidly allows for the process of glycation of proteins to be slowed down. Glycation is the natural process of simple sugars becoming attached to free amino protein residues and occurs in all cells of the body. If glucose is supplied too rapidly to the blood in cases of disorders associated with diabetes (intensified in states of hyperglycaemia ), the formation of so-called Advanced Glycation End Products (AGE) occurs. These molecules damage, among other things, collagen and elastin, promoting skin aging. AGE negatively affect the eyes, worsening the development of cataracts, and are involved in the aging of nerve cells.
in Diabetes feed used starch, which is a polysaccharide, slowly realising glucose. In the case of diabetes, it is extremely important to avoid monosaccharides and disaccharides, which result in a rapid sugar spike in blood and this could be very generous for bodies with incorrect insulin management.
the food is free of stodgy and often allergenic grains, the source of carbohydrates has been replaced by easy to digest and healthier carbohydrate from potato starch.
the presence of this ingredient stimulates digestible functions and the absorption of nutrients from the digestive tract, stimulating its motility. Added to the diet it decreases a gas build-up and the intensity of poop odour. Additionally, saponins demonstrate antibacterial activity, which suppresses protozoa infections occurred in the intestines, while polyphenols prevent inflammation.
food based on full value animal protein of low fat content. Implementation protein on that level and of that quality is sufficient enough to enhance tissue regeneration and not be treated as a simple source of protein.
turkey 29% (meat 15%, gizzards, liver, hearts, skins), beef 12% (meat 5%, liver, lungs), potato starch 5%, salmon oil 1.2%, apple 1%, blueberries 1%, green beans 1%, minerals, pepper 0.5%, dried brewer’s yeast 0.4% (containing prebiotics: mannan-oligosaccharides and β-glucans), linseed oil 0.3%, chicory inulin (prebiotic) 0.3%, Plantago seed 0.3%, Mojave yucca 0.05%.
crude protein – 5.5%, crude fat – 3.3%, crude ash – 1.3%, crude fibre
– 3%, moisture – 77.4%, calcium – 0.15%, phosphorus – 0.1%, total sugars – 0.2%, starch – 5.5%, Omega-3 fatty acids – 0.98%, Omega-6 fatty acids – 0.55%.
Vitamin D3 – 450 IU, Vitamin C – 1000 mg, Niacin
– 50 mg, Zinc (zinc oxide; zinc chelate of amino acids, hydrate) – 49.5 mg, Vitamin E – 40 mg, Calcium D-pantothenate – 20 mg, Vitamin B1 (thiamine mononitrate) – 12 mg, Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) – 9 mg, Folic acid – 4 mg, Vitamin B6 – 2.5 mg, Manganese (manganese (II) oxide) – 2 mg, Copper (copper (II) sulphate, pentahydrate) – 0.4 mg, Iodine (coated, granulated calcium iodate, anhydrous) – 0.3 mg, Biotin – 0.2 mg, Vitamin B12 – 0.04 mg, Selenium (selenised yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae CNCM I-3060, inactivated) – 0.01 mg, DL-methionine – 2000 mg, L-carnitine – 1500 mg.