The Glycemic Index (GI) is a scientific measure of how easily a particular food can be digested and converted to blood glucose (sugar) for energy.
Low glycemic foods are digested slower than high glycemic foods and the nutrients take longer to be absorbed by the body.
The slow digestion means that a dog eating low glycemic carbohydrates will feel more full for longer between meals. This is an obvious advantage for a dog that needs to loose weight and also portion sizes can be reduced. The slow digestion and absorption of low glycemic foods means that blood sugar levels rise more slowly, which is perfect for a dog that is diabetic. Diabetes and obesity in dogs is often the result of poor nutrition. Low quality, grocery store brands of pet food that have mostly corn as their main ingredients are usually the culprits, as corn and wheat score high on the glycemic index.
Composition: Whole Barley, Duck Meal (18%), Whole Oats, Peas (5%), Brewers Yeast, Whole Linseed, Seaweed Meal, Poultry Oil, Salmon Oil, Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM), Extract of Yucca Schidigera.
20% Protein 8.5% Oils & Fats 3.5% Fibres 5.5% Ash
15 Kilo Bag £25.50 5 Kilo Bag £9.50