What Goes Into The Grateful Dog’s Chicken & Black Bean Recipe?
We couldn’t dream up a yummier or more nutrient dense chicken recipe! Find out more about the benefits of each carefully selected ingredient below.
Cage-free Chicken: Made with cage-free chicken, minced muscle meat that is 85% lean is used in this recipe. Always gently cooked, not only is low fat chicken a well rounded source of protein, it is also full of essential amino acids, and high in glucosamine, a bone health aider.
Black Bean: Black beans are high protein and have loads of natural fibers that help your buddy regulate its blood sugar, exceptionally crucial for preventing insulin-resistance and diabetes in canines. Not only that, black beans help to strengthen immune systems with its variety of vitamins including vitamin K, vitamin C, and manganese.
Pumpkin: High in vitamins C and A, the golden flesh of baked pumpkin is a great source of highly soluble and digestible fiber. The zinc found in pumpkin helps to improve both the skin and coat.
Green Bean: Fresh green beans which have been lightly blanched provide an optimal level of essential fibre, minerals manganese and folate, and vitamins including vitamins K, vitamin C and vitamin B2. It also contains valuable amounts of the mineral silicon, a bone and connective tissue-supportive nutrient.
Carrot: Low in calories, carrots are also high in fiber and loaded with vitamin C, antioxidants, and betacarotene that converts into vitamin A, an essential vitamin for maintaining good eyesight.
Olive Oil: In addition to containing Omega 3 essential fatty acids, antioxidants, and being a great brain food for dogs, olive oil is also superb for moisturing skin, and coats.
Wolfberry: Sweet, plump wolfberries (goji berries) full of amino acids, iron and zinc also ensure your dog will enjoy every mouthful of its meal.
Organic Nutrient Blend: Learn more about the organic nutrient blend.
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