What do you need to know about ketogenic pet foods?

What do you need to know about ketogenic pet foods?

The foundation of Ketogenic Pet Foods™ is natural protein and fat-rich meats and organs, minus starch ingredients. Healthful micronutrients are incorporated to maximize nutritional value and help encourage proper metabolic balance. Ketogenic Pet Foods™ stand in stark contrast to commercial pet food norms, with the goal of creating atypical,…

What do you need to know about the keto diet?

This state of elevated ketones in the bloodstream is called ketosis, hence ketogenic diet (1). In addition to weight loss and energy, the keto diet has been shown to support skin health, cognitive function, memory, and hormonal balance (2). Now, let’s dive into the keto diet nutrient ratios and the keto diet food list.

What kind of food does a feline eat?

+ The natural canine/feline diet contains virtually no starch. Most kibble pet foods are majority starch/carbohydrates. + The natural canine/feline diet is high (majority) protein and fat. Most pet food is low in both of these nutrients, and mostly starch/carbohydrates.

Is it natural for dogs to eat carbohydrates?

Decades of deceptive pet food marketing have hidden a fundamental nutritional truth: Carbohydrates are not a natural food form for our carnivorous pets. Dogs and cats, like their wild ancestors/counterparts, are carnivores, and require a suitably carnivorous diet.

The foundation of Ketogenic Pet Foods™ is natural protein and fat-rich meats and organs, minus starch ingredients. Healthful micronutrients are incorporated to maximize nutritional value and help encourage proper metabolic balance. Ketogenic Pet Foods™ stand in stark contrast to commercial pet food norms, with the goal of creating atypical,…

+ The natural canine/feline diet contains virtually no starch. Most kibble pet foods are majority starch/carbohydrates. + The natural canine/feline diet is high (majority) protein and fat. Most pet food is low in both of these nutrients, and mostly starch/carbohydrates.

What kind of protein does a cat need?

Cats needs meat in their food to survive. Some cat foods will try to tout themselves as “high protein” only for it to be later revealed that the protein sources were soy, nuts, lentils or wheat gluten. This will not do. Cats can only digest protein from animal sources.

Decades of deceptive pet food marketing have hidden a fundamental nutritional truth: Carbohydrates are not a natural food form for our carnivorous pets. Dogs and cats, like their wild ancestors/counterparts, are carnivores, and require a suitably carnivorous diet.