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Fish and seafood provide the body with important nutrients such as proteins, fatty acids, vitamins and minerals and contribute to the essential iodine supply. Sweet potatoes bulge with vital substances and ginkgo promotes blood circulation and increases brain performance. Ginkgo contains a complex of active ingredients with pharmaceutical effects that promote peripheral and cerebral circulation. FUEL Long Life canned food contains 80% meat, fish and seafood (chicken, tuna, herring & squid), only 3% carbohydrates and no gluten.
Seafood is a very good source of protein, essential fatty acids, iodine and many vitamins and minerals.
Sweet potato is rich in nutrients
Spinach nourishes muscle cells and has an antithrombotic effect
Cod liver oil is a supplier of vitamins A and D, strengthens the immune system, eyesight, coat and skin.
Papaya contains a lot of vitamin C and enzymes that have a positive effect on digestion.
Cranberries prevent the attachment of bacteria to the bladder and intestinal wall
Brewer's yeast is the highest supplier of vitamin B, strengthens muscles, organs, nerves and the immune system and is rich in minerals.
Rosemary is rich in iron, promotes blood circulation and is vasodilating.
Ginkgo promotes blood circulation
Paleo stands for the 100% natural, original food of the hunter-gatherer from the Stone Age. Permitted foods are exactly what the cave dweller would eat. Foods like, meat, fruit, nuts, vegetables and herbs. Cereals and superfluous carbohydrates are taboo. High quality proteins and 'good fats' are the most important nutrients in the palaeodiet. Nuts and high-quality oils supplement the supply of unsaturated fatty acids. Berries are real vitamin bombs, as excellent sources of iron and magnesium they are an essential part of the wolf's menu. That's why paleo is perfect for use as a proprietary and healthy food for dogs that is made entirely without synthetic additives such as flavourings, colourings or preservatives.
80% chicken and fish (22% chicken, 15% tuna, 15% chicken hearts, 10% Atlantic herring, 10% squid, 5% chicken necks, 3% chicken liver) 7% sweet potato, 3% spinach, cod liver oil, papaya, cranberries, ground pumpkin seeds, eggshell powder, sea salt, brewer's yeast, rosemary, ginkgo, yucca root extract.
Crude protein 11.6%, crude fat 8.1%, crude fibre 1.6%, unprocessed ash 1.4%, moisture 74.3%, carbohydrates 3%
Feed an adult dog of normal weight about 4 to 6% of his body weight per day. This is just a guideline, the specific amount depends on several factors including activity, breed, metabolism, season, etc.