Without a doubt liver is nature’s super-food and an essential part of a healthy raw diet for cats and dogs. You might think about adding into your own diet too.
Native American’s recognized the nutritional value of liver. In times of abundance, muscle meat (that today is highly sought after) would be discarded for scavengers (including dogs ironically), while the organ meats were always consumed by the people.
ANYTHING TO MAKE A BUCK would be the tag line for processed pet food if there was truth in advertising.
Companies produce "food" without regard for the health of the animals eating it. Big money is spent on advertising but not on quality control. Even though pets are dying from eating processed foods and treats the products continue to be sold.
Highly processed commercial diets contribute to the sickness of cats and dogs. Animals often make spectacular improvements in health when taken off all "junk" foods, and are instead fed diets appropriate for their species.
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Eggs are nature’s perfect food! They contain everything needed to create a new life and are considered to be a complete food source. Eggs are a wonderful addition to a carnivore’s diet.
In order to build and repair body tissue, protein is needed. Protein is made up of twenty different amino acids. There are certain essential amino acids that that cannot be produced internally and these must be supplied through food. Within a single egg all twenty amino acids are present.
The bio-availability of the protein found in eggs is rated at 100%. No other food source can compete with this level of bio-availability. Fish meal is rated at 92%, beef at 78% and corn at 54%.
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