Chicken Hearts, Peas, Cranberries, Flaxseed, Coconut, Celery, Tricalcium Phosphate, Ginger Root, Dried Kelp, Kale, Taurine, Zinc Sulfate, Vitamin E Supplement, Ferrous Fumarate, Copper Sulfate, d-Calcium Pantothenate, Riboflavin, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Rosemary Extract
A great source of complete protein meaning they contain all essential amino acids, the building blocks of lean muscle.
A rich in fiber, vitamin C to support digestive and maintain healthy immunity.
A great source of soluble fiber which helps with digestive health.
A good source of the antioxidant vitamins A, E and C which support overall immunity.
Rich in omega-3 fatty acids which support the reduction of inflammation.
Not only a great source of fiber but it is also rich in medium chain fatty acids which helps support overall cognitive and digestive health.
A good source of vitamin K and folate which are key to support good bone health.
A source of calcium which is great for bones and teeth.
A source of gingerol which is both an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant.
An all-around superfood but also happens to be a great source of iodine which is great for maintaining or boosting energy and cognitive function.
Another superfood with so many benefits however a standout vitamin is K. Kale is packed with vitamin K which is needed for healthy bone and heart function.
An amino acid-like compound that research has shown to benefit heart health.
A source of zinc which acts as a catalyst in many different processes including carbohydrate and protein metabolism, skin function and wound healing.
A source of Vitamin E which is the body’s primary anti-oxidant and helps scavenge free radicals.
A form of iron. Iron is important for red blood cell production as well as energy production.
A form of copper. Copper plays a critical role in connective tissue formation, red blood cell production and energy metabolism.
A form of pantothenic acid vitamin B5. B5 helps in energy metabolism and plays a role in fatty acid synthesis and hemoglobin production.
Is Vitamin B2. It helps in energy metabolism via the coenzymes flavin mononucleotide (FMN) and flavin adenine dinucleotide (FAD). Sounds technical? It is and it is also part of what makes living nutrition so cool!
A form of Vitamin D. It is a fat-soluble vitamin responsible for maintaining bone health and helping with calcium regulation.
A natural antioxidant that maintains the freshness of the food.
Crude Protein not less than 28.0%
Crude Fat not less than 14.0%
Crude Fiber not more than 5.0%
Moisture not more than 10.0%
Taurine* not less than 0.20%
*Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles
TruFood Chicken & Parsnips Recipe is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for maintenance.
This food contains 3,806 kcal/kg or 373 kcal/cup ME (metabolizable energy) on an as fed basis.