26% of the cooked, human-grade lean pork we use is protein. Pork is incredibly nutrient-dense and contains all nine necessary amino acids. For muscle growth, maintenance, and repair as well as for post-surgery rehabilitation, it is a fantastic source of protein. Thiamine (vitamin B1) is particularly abundant in high-quality pork. Thiamine aids in the digestion of carbohydrates in dogs, preventing upset stomachs. Thiamine helps turn food into energy, so in addition to keeping your dog healthy, active, and at a healthy weight, it also plays a role in this process. .
Pork is regarded as a cooling meat in traditional Chinese medicine, and many of our reviewers have mentioned how this recipe helps not just with their dog's energy levels but also with their digestive ailments (some serious), allergies, and much more. View our customer reviews!
The proteins in this dish won't ever denature because it's cooked at a mild 90C for a longer amount of time than would happen if it were cooked at a higher temperature. This improves the flavor and digestion of the food and makes all the nutrients bioavailable to your dog. This is probably the reason why many of our clients have observed fewer stools!
The apples in this dish are healthy for dogs to eat and help to improve the nutritional value. Vitamins C, A, and K, as well as calcium, potassium, fiber, and antioxidants, are all present in apples. They even include some Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids, which not many people are aware of! Apples also include chlorogenic acid, quercetin, and catechin. These superfruits are essentially nutrient-dense. There are far too many advantages to list them all, but just to give you an idea, they are healthy for the liver, heart, brain, bones, eyes, muscles, and joints. They are known to reduce blood pressure, cholesterol, and the risk of developing diabetes. They are also helpful for losing weight. They support healthy gut flora and are recognized to be beneficial for allergy-prone dogs in terms of digestion. A flavonoid called quercetin helps prevent the unpleasant effects of allergies by reducing swelling, redness, and irritation.
The sweet potato
A great source of soluble fiber, carbs, minerals, and vitamins is sweet potatoes. They are ideal for dogs with delicate digestion because they are easy to digest and gradually release their energy. They also assist control blood sugar levels. Sweet potatoes' high beta-carotene content has been shown to improve your dog's vision.
Vitamins E and C, which are both excellent for the health of the skin and coat, are also present in sweet potatoes. Vitamin C also supports the immune system. They are also a significant source of magnesium, which can aid your dog's sleep and reduce anxiety. Due to the high amounts of fiber found in sweet potatoes, this will also aid in preventing constipation and forming solid stools.
Plant based Omega 3 and 6
Linseeds, often known as flaxseeds, have Omega 3 and Omega 6 in them. These essential fatty acids are very advantageous to your dog. Omega 6 will help soften and improve the gloss of your dog's coat and is essential for immunity and a variety of cellular activities. Omega 3 is good for the nervous system, the brain, and vision. Additionally, these omega oils are proven to help lessen joint and skin inflammation. Additionally rich in natural fiber, flaxseeds are good for digestion and help with the formation of firm stools.
FOS and MOS
This recipe has been supplemented with chicory and other naturally occurring plant-based prebiotics. They are, respectively, MOS and FOS. They feed the good bacteria Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium, which improve your dog's gut flora and support immunity in general. According to more recent study, a healthy stomach boosts the possibility of having a healthy brain in old age.