The Allrounder Balancing Pre-Mix
19 all-natural ingredients including green lipped mussel, cod liver oil, antioxidant-rich Kakadu Plum, blended into one, simple to add balancing pre-mix. Simply add to muscle meat for a complete and balanced meal that also supports great joint health.
The Hypoallergenic Balancing Pre-Mix
17 all-natural ingredients including biologically active marine algal extracts blended into one, simple to add balancing pre-mix. Simply add to muscle meat for a complete and balanced meal that also supports gut-skin health.
The Pep-Up Gummy Chew
The Pep-Up helps your dog have a healthy response to stress, with a lutein and adaptogen-rich blend including reishi, shiitake, and maitaike mushroom, marigold and papaya. The Pep-Up comes in an easy-to-feed mini chew that tastes great and needs no cutting or breaking. Feed daily.
Cod & Plum Superfood Oil Blend
Omega-3 fatty acid oil blend with cod liver oil, Kakadu and Davidson Plums for joint support and overall wellness. Packing a punch in EPA and DHA as well as antioxidants and antiradicals to improve mobility and reduce pain and inflammation.
There are at least two very good reasons. (Aside from the simple fact that typically, fresh food is better for us and them, than ultra-processed food.)
First, when dogs are given free access to food with different macronutrient profiles, they naturally select a diet with 30-45% protein, 51-63% fat, and
4-7% carbohydrates. When we compare this to kibble, the macronutrient profile becomes reversed with 50% carbohydrates.
And in case you’re wondering why we’d leave it to your dog to work out what they should eat, research shows that they, like a bunch of other species can optimise food selection for health.
Second, feeding your dog a raw diet helps preserve the nutritional value of dog food and it avoids ultra-processing.
Considering the extreme heat and pressure involved in the extrusion process of kibble, studies have found that proteins and amino acids undergo substantial physical changes affecting bioavailablity as well as oxidative reactions Maillard reactions.
We want to avoid this by implementing a raw food diet!
Mounting evidence from peer-reviewed research articles emphasises the increased digestibility of raw dog food compared to kibble.