Farmina N&D Quinoa Weight Management Dry Dog Food, Grain-Free, Lamb Broccoli and Asparagus
This food is a complete dietetic food, suggested for the reduction of excessive body weight and further help in preventing obesity in Adult Dogs.
Lamb, which is the main ingredient of this food, is rich in essential fatty acids and conjugated linoleic acid with a better ratio between lean mass and fat. The meat of lamb is a red meat protein source and is produced in extensive farms.
Quinoa, which is an essential ingredient of this dog food range, is a superfood that contains around 15% of high biological value proteins, which are rich in well balanced essential amino acids, a very rare feature of vegetables. It also promotes digestion, absorption of nutrients, and intestinal health.
Broccoli, an interesting ingredient of this dog food is a low-calorie food, rich in natural antioxidants that promote satiety and support healthy intestinal transit.
Asparagus, found in this dog food, is rich in vitamins which favor the metabolism and increase the fat-burning activity. It also helps in purifying the body from toxins.
Complete Dog Food: Farmina N&D Grain-Free, Quinoa Weight Management Dry Dog Food with Lamb Broccoli and Asparagus is a complete food for dogs, which helps in weight management of the adult dogs and further help in preventing obesity.
94% Animal Protein: This food has 94% of protein from animal origin & contains 0% artificial preservatives. It is a Grain-Free dog food & hence has 0% grains.
Low Fat: Fats have the highest Energetic Density among nutrients. It is necessary to reduce the quantity of this highly caloric nutrient to reduce the total energetic density of the food.
High Level of Crude Fiber: High level of Crude fiber contributes to reducing the energetic density of the product. They increase the satiety feeling and reduce the absorption of caloric nutrients which remain trapped into the fiber matrix.
Low Glycemic Index: Low Glycemic Index source of Quinoa and pea starch deliver glucose slowly to the blood after digestion. This leads to the dog having enough glucose in the blood for a longer time and do not want to feed more often. The slow release of sugar prevents Diabetes and Weight-gain in dogs.