FRUITS, VEGETABLES, GRAINS & OTHER FOODS

Fruits, veggies and grains definitely have their benefits BUT only for living things that can actually utilize those nutrients. Cats, dogs and ferrets being carnivores are NOT one of them. However there are many other beneficial animal based foods that can be added to a Prey Model Raw diet. 

 
BONE BROTH
Bone broth is a highly nutritious addition to the raw diet. It is inexpensive and easy to make plus it gives you a use for all those unused bones.
CARBOHYDRATES
Not only are grains carbohydrates but so are fruits and vegetables. Cats being OBLIGATE carnivores and dogs being facilitative there is really no need for plant matter to be included on a Prey Model Raw based diet.
EMULATING STOMACH CONTENTS
Emulating the stomach contents of prey by boiling, blending or just adding plant matter to the raw diet isn't necessary and is hard to achieved compared to the prey animals.
EGGS: THE SUPERFOOD
We will explore the topic of raw eggs, the avidin myth and how to prevent salmonella
FAT ISN'T ALL BAD
Learn about which fat supplementation is beneficial for your companions and which may best be reserved for yourself. Hemp, coconut, fish and krill oil is covered
Fish
Adding raw fish to your companions diet has countless benefits!
GOT MILK? NOPE!
Dairy products like milk, ice cream, cheese, yogurt and cottage cheese are not only inappropriate food items cats and dogs, but are often high in sugar or salt, contain low quality proteins and contain little to no probiotics.
TAPPING INTO THE RIGHT WATER SOURCE
We will explore the topic of Water and whether tap, distilled or bottled water is best for your cat or dog companion and why.
TRIPE
Get the stink on tripe....green tripe
WHY CATS ARE NOT VEGAN OR VEGETARIAN
Learn about why your cat is NOT a vegetarian or vegan!
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