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B.A.R.F Ingredients for Dog

Chicken breast meat (free of antibiotic & hormone)Chicken is a nutrient dense meat, rich in protein, fat, minerals including iron, zinc, phosphorus, magnesium, selenium, and the B vitamins such as Vit B2, B3 and B5 Especially, chicken meat contains high levels of the health enhancing and bodily repairing sulphur containing amino acids. Amino acids are vital for muscle repair and growth.
Cage free Duck meatDuck is a lean source of protein that is low in saturated fat. It also contains healthy monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats which incudes omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. So duck is an alternative for the best sources of fatty acids, apart from fish oil.

Duck is a novel protein and is Ideal for dogs with food allergies.

Duck meat also contains a great source of B vitamins.
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.
BonesBones 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.
Chicken liver, beef liver (Offal)In the wild, dogs eat the offal such as livers, kidneys and other organ meat from the animals upon which they prey. Offal are a concentrated source of many essential nutrients and are particularly valuable during times of growth, reproduction and are beneficial as a source of concentrated nutrients. Thus, we only give in moderation as part of their sensible diet.

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.
HeartHeart, is an excellent source of protein, B vitamins and iron. It also contains fair amount levels of taurine which is good for dogs’ heart!
GizzardGizzard 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.
Blue lipped musselMost raw diets are deplete of manganese. The symptoms of manganese deficiency include poor growth, skeletal abnormalities, ataxia and reproductive failure. With the addition of blue lipped mussel in our puppy 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.
SardinesSmall fish like sardines are low in mercury and safe to eat for dogs. We 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. Other benefits:
  • 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 help to protect kidneys from preventing kidney disease.
  • Dental disease can also be reduced or prevented due to the optimal balance of nutrients in sardines.
MackerelLike Sardines, we use mackerel as our natural omega 3 fatty acids, including EPA, DPA, DHAs.It is high in vitamin D which is vital for maintaining healthy bones and teeth and support immune system. Mackerel have natural anti-inflammatory properties which is ideal for some dogs suffering from skin problems or arthritis.
EggEggs contain essential fatty acids and high quality protein.

Egg yolks contain all the fat soluble vitamins, Vit ADEK and also some water soluble Vit B1, B6, B2,B3,B9 and choline.

Eggshell is a great source of the calcium.
CarrotCarrots are a decent source of vitamin A and its precursor, beta carotene. It also contains vit K particularly along with vitamin E, C and B complex and biotin.

Carrots contain phytonutrient anti-oxidants, carotenoids which can help protect cells from damage and aging. It can also improve night vision in dogs.
Peas (Green)One of the best GI vegetables, green peas are high in fiber which helps dogs maintain a consistent weight and lower cholesterol level in dogs.

Peas also packed with vitamins including B1, B6, A, C and K. It is also high in lutein which acts as an antioxidant nutrient that support heart, skin and eye health.
CabbageCabbage contains vitamin A, C and most of the vit B complex, particularly folate along with phosphorus, iron, potassium, calcium, manganese, and, magnesium.

Cabbage also rich in quercetin. Studies show that quercetin can diminish cognitive impairment, the severity of atopic dermatitis in addition to tumour volume in animals. It is shown that quercetin also provide anti- cancer and anti-inflammatory benefits.
SpinachSurprising fact from including spinach into your dog diet:

Spinach contains folate-play role in protecting telomeres and slow down dog aging. It also provides antioxidants as well as anti-inflammatory and disease protection.

Spinach contains two components, SQDG and MGDG which research shows can slow down the growth of cancer.

Dogs who were fed green leafy vegetables like spinach at least three times a week had an 88% decrease in risk of developing bladder cancer.
PumpkinPumpkin is a great source with vitamin such as vitamin A, C and E. These vitamins are important for the immune system, brain function, eyes, and skin health. Minerals like iron, copper, potassium and manganese can be found in pumpkin, each play a role in cellular functions.

2. Eye Health Like other orange, vegetables, pumpkin contains a lot of beta-carotene, which is a precursor for vitamin A. Once it converts to vitamin A in the body, it helps improve vision as well as boosting overall immunity and skin and coat health. The carotenoid zeaxanthin also protects your dog’s eyes from light damage.

3. Antioxidants Pumpkin is a great source of antioxidants, that include the plant pigments, called carotenoids. They are Beta-carotene, Beta-cryptoxanthin and Zeaxanthin.

Carotenoids reduce risk of cancer and degenerative disease. It is shown that they may also be good for bone health.

Beta-cryptoxanthin, on the other hand, forms vitamin A.

Zeaxanthin slows down the aging process, increasing glutathione levels, improving heart health and decreasing skin inflammation.

4. Fiber Pumpkin also high in fiber which is great for digestive health of a dog.

In case of diarrhoea, the soluble fiber of the pumpkin absorbs water, which can help to harden runny stool. In case of constipation, the fiber can do the opposite effect by loosening up the hard stool. The Fiber in pumpkin can also help prevent anal gland disease in dogs.
Green Long BeansGreen beans are packed with vitamins and minerals, like protein, calcium, iron and vitamins B6, A, C, and K. Green beans are also high in fibre and are low in calories, which is a good GI vegetable that can help dogs feel full when they are on a diet.
BlueberriesIt is shown that blueberries can slow down the aging process in several species by repairing DNA damage and modifying genes associating with aging which result in a longer life span.

Blueberries contains pterostilbene and anthocyanins which can decrease the risk of cells becoming cancerous on the other hand the polyphenols aid in the prevention of cognitive decline in aging dog.
ParsleyParsley is a common herb, which is nutritive and rich in protein, fiber, and vitamins eg Vit A, C. It can freshen dog’s breath. Furthermore, it also contains minerals such as calcium, phosphorus, iron, magnesium, and potassium.

Parsley is antimicrobial and carminative. It is also anti-inflammatory which is good for dogs with inflammatory issues such as colitis, arthritis and cancer. It is also a diuretic which can help lower the blood pressure of a dog.
WheatgrassWheatgrass contains vitamin A,C, E and some of the B vitamins and minerals such as iron, zinc, magnesium, calcium, phosphorus and selenium.

Studies show that wheatgrass can help relieve ulcerative colitis, which causes chronic inflammation within the large intestine. In addition, wheatgrass is a good antioxidant and is an effective digestive aid, facilitating to prevent constipation. It is also blood and organ cleansing, and a good energy booster.

Apart from bowel health, wheatgrass also helps in gum and oral health due to its high chlorophyll levels which can help prevent gum bacteria diseases and bad breath.
FlaxseedFlaxseed can help improve dogs ‘skin and coat health. It also contains omega fatty acids, especially high in omega 6 fatty acid, Linoleic Acid (LA).

Ratio of essential fatty acids in Flaxseeds with four times more omega 3 than 6, so it helps to tip that balance of omega 3 to 6 back and makes them an excellent anti-inflammatory food to promote healthy coat and skin,guts and joints.
Pumpkin SeedPumpkin seeds can used as a natural dewormer. As it contains amino acid curcubitin that can paralyze and expel worms from the digestive tract.

Pumpkin seeds also contains protein, fiber, amino acids, folic acid and niacin with minerals such as calcium, iron,copper, selenium, magnesium, zinc and potassium.
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. It is shown that inulin of the chicory roots can helps dogs with inflammatory bowel disease or with sensitive digestion system.

The high fiber content of inulin will promote weight loss and also maintain a consistent weight long term.
TurmericThe active ingredient in turmeric, curcumin has been shown to prevent the growth of cancer.

Curcumin activates genes that suppress tumours, inhibiting their growth. It can suppress the metastasis of cancer cell. It can eliminate the harmful effect of advanced glycation end products (AGEs) in the body. AGEs are created when foods such as kibble are cooked or processed at high temperature. Consuming foods high in AGEs has been linked to diabetes, heart disease, kidney failure, and cognitive failure.
KelpKelp provides dogs with iodine which is needed to prevent certain diseases like hypothyroidism. Consuming kelp will also diminish itchiness as kelp can keep away ticks that cause skin issues in dogs. Kelp also high in fiber which aid in digestion. Kelp is shown to be the best remedy in dogs with swelling and odema due to injury.
BroccoliBroccoli is high in fiber, vitamin C, beta carotene, folic acid, and calcium. It also contain chromium. It is shown that broccoli amazing anticancer effects. Broccoli contains several important phytochemicals: beta carotene, indoles, and isothiocyanates and over thirty-three cancer preventative compounds.

All these phytochemicals stop carcinogens from forming, prevent carcinogens from getting to target cells and increase enzymes that detoxify carcinogens.
CeleryCelery is rich in vitamin A, B and C and minerals such as calcium, potassium, phosphorus, sodium and iron.

Celery contain a components, called Tphytochemical 3-N-Butylphthalide, it is specially potent as an anti-tumor agent. Along with the compound sedanolide, an fragrant ingredient also found in celery, 3-N-Butylphthalide significantly decreases the incidence of tumors in laboratory animals. It is thought to decrease nervousness, and is used as an acid neutralizer.
Shiitake MushroomShiitake mushrooms are used for their antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal properties. It contains vitamin D and minerals such as zinc,selenium, iron and copper which support immune function and good for Dogs with skin and digestive issues.

Shiitake also have lentinan which helps boost the immune system by increasing NK cells and killer T cells production. The lentinan also increase the production of cancer fighting alpha interferon which helps fight the cancer in Dogs.

Other benefits of feeding shiitake to your dogs are:
  • Antioxidant properties
  • Cardiovascular support
  • Antimicrobial properties
  • High Vitamin D content as dogs can’t produce their own vit D from sunlight
  • B vitamin for brain and energy
  • Improves coat and skin and gut health
Crimini mushroomCrimini mushrooms contain copper, selenium, potassium, and vitamin B. It is also high in antioxidant which can avoiding your dog from health complications like cancer, inflammation or heart diseases.

Crimini mushroom also helps control your dog’s cholesterol level to maintain its health.
Coconut oilCoconut oil consists of no less than 90% saturated fats, which are medium chain Triglycerides (MCTs). The components of MCTs include lauric acid, which is antibacterial, anti-fungal and anti-viral; caprylic acid and capric acid, which are known for their anti-fungal effects.

Other benefits are:
  • MCTs –It is believed by some vets that MCTs in coconut oil can help in digestion and improve digestive disorders, in addition to support brain energy and mental function in senior dogs.
  • Decreases coughing and helps remove hairballs.
  • Removes doggy odor.
  • Benefits metabolic function, arthritis and weight loss, bone health.
Fish Oil, Vit E, Zinc chelated , sunflower lecithin, Cod liver oilAlthough these healthy ingredients are added in nominally small quantities, they support the new evidence that these ingredients are needed to form a more complete and fully nutritionally based product. We feel that the addition of these natural ingredients have made our products even better.

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.

Zinc chelated amino acid This ingredient is important to promote good hair coat and promotes optimal growth and better activity levels.

Sunflower Lecithin Lecithin can Strengthens the Nervous System of a dog. Choline in sunflower lecithin produces Achs, main nerve transmitters which are vital for aging dogs. It also contain linoleic acid (LA) which emulsifies and breaks down fats, which help in reducing cholesterol levels.

Sunflower Lecithin also Promotes Bone and Joint Health and good for Liver Health. It is shown that dogs consuming sunflower lecithin may prevent fatty liver syndrome and support normal liver function due to its choline properties. Sunflower Lecithin also Acts as an Antioxidant, named phosphatidylcholine. Which helps in preventing cellular damage due to oxidative stress. Antioxidants are significant for good skin so it is recommended for old dogs with skin flakiness.

Regular sunflower lecithin supplementation may help avoid or treat canine cognitive disorder (doggie Alzheimer’s disease) due to the presence of choline. In practical, choline is typically prescribed for older dogs to decrease the incidence of cognitive disorder.

Lecithin is also used to arouse memory and learning function in dogs.
Cod liver oilCod liver oil contains vitamin D and vitamin A as well as omega fatty acids which can used to reduce dogs with itchy skin, flaking and hair loss. Overall, it helps strengthening immune system and provide good health to your dog.

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