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B.A.R.F Ingredients for Cat

Thigh meat (chicken and Duck)Thigh meat is a dark meat that contain higher thiamine than the breast meat.

Thiamine is vitamin B1 that vital for helping the body to use carbohydrates as energy through TCA cycle. It is an essential cofactor involved in the process. Vit B1 is also vital for healthy functioning of the heart and nervous system. Deficiency of thiamine can cause gastrointestinal signs, neurologic signs and abnormal heartbeats.
Grass Fed BeefBeef is a great source of protein that helps your dog build muscle. Beef contains vitamins and minerals that help maintain your pups coat and skin healthy. Beef is an excellent source of iron, zinc, Vitamins B3, B6 and B12 and selenium.
Organ meat: Heart, GizzardHeart, is an excellent source of protein, B vitamins and iron. It also contains fair amount levels of taurine which is good for your cats' heart!

Gizzard meat is low in fat and high in vitamins, including
Vitamin B3, which is good for circulation and hormone production,
Vitamin B12, which is crucial for leucocyte formation, brain function and,
Vitamin B2, riboflavin, which maintains hair and skin health.
LiverCats can't produce vitamin A themselves from beta carotene. Liver is the most concentrated source of vitamin A. It also contains vitamins E, D, and K in considerable quantities. Liver is a great source of the minerals such as iron, zinc, selenium and manganese. It also contains all the B vitamins, particularlyB1, B2, B3, B5, biotin, folate, B12, choline, and inositol. It also contains adequate vitamin C.

Liver also contains good quality protein and the essential fatty acids, both the omega-3 and omega-6 type.
BoneBones are living tissue composed of living cells, containing a great source of a wide variety of nutrients such as minerals, fat, fat soluble vitamins, essential fatty acids.

The bone marrow, is a high nutritious mix of blood forming elements, including iron.

Raw bones also deliver anti-aging factors, natural antioxidant, including enzymes. In addition, bones from young broilers are a great source of cartilage; which contains both glucosamine and chondroitin, important in developing and maintaining joint health.
Blue lipped musselMost raw diets are deplete of manganese. The symptoms of manganese deficiency include poor grow th, skeletal abnormalities, ataxia and reproductive failure. With the addition of blue lipped mussel in our kitten diet, we can ensure they grow in healthy manner. Mussels also helps reduce inflammation, fight disease caused by oxidative stress, promote healthy coat and skin and build healthy muscles.
SardinesWe use sardines as our natural omega 3 fatty acids, including DHA and EPAs. It also contains nutrients such as Vitamin D, B12 and coenzyme Q10.
  • It is a great source of amino acids, which help with muscle and connective tissue development.
  • It helps keep the immune system strong through antibody formation.
  • It also helps to protect kidneys from preventing kidney disease
Dental disease can also be reduced or prevented due to the optimal balance of nutrients in sardines
Egg YolkCats can’t manufacture vitamin A and, unlike us, they can’t synthesize vitamin A from beta carotene. They must get it from their diet, but it’s not present in most foods. Vitamin A is found in liver and egg yolks.
EggshellAs a calcium supplement (calcium carbonate)
Filtered waterThis encourages cats to drink more water to prevent certain diseases in cats like kidney stones.
Nutritional YeastNutritional yeast is high in vitamin Bs. We supplement nutritional yeast apart from the meat in our diet. This is because cats require three times more of the Vitamin B1 in their diet than dogs. The recommended allowance of thiamine for cats is 0.33 mg per day.
FlaxseedGround flaxseed is high in dietary fibre which helps some cats with digestive issues and helps them to pass hairballs. Flaxseed also provides a source of omega-3 fatty acids and other essential fatty acids to your cat.
WheatgrassWheatgrass is an herb, a great source of antioxidant. It is shown that it may help to prevent some diseases like diabetes or cancer.

Wheatgrass in cats can also help reduce hairball problem. Cats with dry skin problem can be benefited from the consumption of wheatgrass as it helps to moisture the skin. In addition, wheatgrass also help prevent oral diseases in cat as it prevents bacteria from adhering to gum and teeth.

Cats with arthritis can be relieved by consumption of wheatgrass. It is also high in Vitamin A which is good for eye health.
Pumpkin seedPumpkin seed is high in fiber content which can help your cats with constipation. It can be used to treat diarrhoea as well.
IodineIodine which is needed to prevent certain diseases like hypothyroidism in cats.
Chicory Root, InulinPrebiotic, aid in digestion as it encourages the growth of good bacteria in the gut. The bacteria improve digestion and nutrient absorption in the gut.
Supplements: Taurine, Sunflower Lecithin, Fish Oil and Vit ETaurine Although our barf contains sufficient taurine from the heart but we still supplement with taurine. This is because cats cannot synthesize enough taurine to meet their needs, so taurine needs to be added even to foods that naturally contain some taurine.

Fish Oil - Natural An excellent source of vitamin A and D and the omega-3 fatty acids. Proven to be an excellent source for improving coat quality.

Vitamin E This important vitamin’s main function in the diet and in the body is as a potent antioxidant.

Sunflower Lecithin Lecithin can strengthen the nervous system of a cat. Choline in sunflower lecithin produces Achs, main nerve transmitters which are vital for aging cats. It also contain linoleic acid (LA) which emulsifies and breaks down fats, which help in reducing cholesterol levels.

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