Ingredients, analysis of constituents and nutrients

This list explains a large proportion of our ingredients, analytical constituents and nutrients. If the explanation below does not adequately answer your question, please feel free to contact us.

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Amino acids

Amino acids

Amino acids are an organic compound which act as the building blocks for proteins. They give the cells their structure, and provide transport and storage in the body. In addition, they affect the functioning of the organs, tendons, glands and veins, and are essential for the healing of wounds and recovery.

Aniseed

Aniseed

Anise is a herb which is mainly used for its seeds. The seeds have a natural mucus thinning and disinfecting effect. For example, they help to keep the respiratory tract clear. Anise also stimulates the production of breast milk, which can have a positive effect on generating milk. Aniseed contains a lot of vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B6 and folic acid. It also contains plenty of iron, copper, manganese, calcium, phosphorus, zinc, magnesium and selenium.

Antioxidants

Antioxidants

Antioxidants are used to extend the shelf life of products. They do this by counteracting the oxidisation of oxygen. There are natural and synthetic antioxidants.

Apple

Apple

Apple is a fruit that contains many excellent nutrients and fibres. These fibres have a beneficial effect on the digestive system. In addition, apples contain a lot of vitamin C and potassium.

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Beet pulp

Beet pulp

Beet pulp comes from the sugar beet, but does not contain sugar. It is a source of naturally soluble and insoluble fibres which promote digestion. Beet pulp improves the intestinal condition, and has a beneficial effect on the quality of stools.

Beetroot

Beetroot

Beetroot is a good source of vitamins and minerals. It contains a special kind of iron, which is easy for the body to digest. Furthermore, red beet contains a sufficient amount of manganese, folic acid, potassium, beta-carotene and iron. Vitamins B2, B5, B6, B11 and C are also found in beetroot.

Beta-carotene

Beta-carotene

Beta-carotene is found mainly in vegetables, fruit and microalgae. It determines which provitamin A works, helps the immune system, and has an antioxidant effect.

Beta-glucans

Beta-glucans

Beta-glucans are carbohydrates derived from baker's yeast and oats. They contribute to the stimulation of white blood cells which combat the pathogenic bacteria and viruses which may be present in the body. Beta-glucans support the natural immune system, a healthy digestion and healthy and supple joints.

Brewer's yeast

Brewer's yeast

Brewer's yeast is a source of protein, amino acids and vitamin B. It also adds flavour to the diet.

Broccoli

Broccoli

Broccoli is a source of vitamins A, B2, B5, B6, B11, C, K, sodium, potassium, phosphorus, copper, zinc, calcium, iron, and is a rich source of beta-carotene and contains fibres. Broccoli contributes to good digestion and cell protection. In addition, broccoli helps strengthen the immune system, bones, adrenal glands, bladder, connective tissue and heart.

Brown rice

Brown rice

Brown rice is naturally gluten free and contains highly digestible carbohydrates, an important source of energy. It is also a source of thiamine and niacin (B vitamins), and contains proteins and minerals such as phosphorus, calcium, magnesium and iron. Brown rice contributes to a healthy digestion.

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Calcium

Calcium

Calcium is a mineral that the body uses to build and maintain teeth. Furthermore, it promotes efficient nerve and muscle function. Calcium is mainly found in dairy products, vegetables, nuts and legumes.

Carob flour

Carob flour

Carob flour is a source of fibre. Carob flour also contains tannins, which make it difficult for pathogenic bacteria to attach themselves to the intestinal wall. Carob flour promotes good intestinal health and contributes to good quality stools.

Carrot

Carrot

Carrots are a natural source of antioxidants, fibre, vitamin A and minerals. Carrots are rich in beta-carotene, which can be converted by the body into vitamin A.

Chamomile

Chamomile

Chamomile is a herb which has anti-inflammatory and antiseptic effects. It also works well against stomach and intestinal complaints, sore throats, coughs, mouth infections and skin complaints. Chamomile contains many different vitamins and minerals, such as B1, C, sulphur, calcium and fructose.

Chicken

Chicken

Chicken is a source of high-quality proteins with a high level of tolerance. Chicken is rich in vitamins B1, B6, B12 and zinc, and also contains vitamin B2 and the minerals iron, phosphorus and selenium. Chicken adds flavour to the food.

Chicory root

Chicory root

Chicory root is the root of the chicory plant. Chicory is a natural source of minerals and contains the substance inulin (a prebiotic), in which the good bacteria live in the intestine. At the same time, chicory root promotes the release of digestive juices which, in a broad sense, activate and support digestion. Chicory root promotes fat breakdown, has a positive effect on the immune system and enhances resistance.

Chondroitin sulphate

Chondroitin sulphate

Chondroitin, together with glucosamine, is the body's own building block, and is integral to cartilage. Chondroitin promotes the protection of joint cartilage by inhibiting the breakdown of existing cartilage. This helps to develop healthy and supple joints.

Comfrey

Comfrey

Comfrey is considered a wild vegetable, and contains many vitamins and minerals. For example, it contains vitamin A, C, E and various variants of vitamin B. The plant also contains the minerals calcium, potassium, phosphorus, iron, zinc and manganese.

Coneflower

Coneflower

The coneflower is best known for its healing properties. It has a beneficial effect on the functioning of the throat, nose and ears. It stimulates the body's rapid response to pathogens, and accelerates the fight against bacteria, funguses and viruses. In addition, it has a wholesome effect on the presence of macrophages, which consume germs. The coneflower therefore has a number of disease-fighting properties and improves resistance. Apart from combating external problems, it has a favourable effect on the fight against internal infectious diseases. Think of cystitis, kidney inflammation, prostatitis. The coneflower contains many vitamins and minerals, such as vitamin C, silicon, iron and aluminium.

Copper

Copper

Copper promotes the absorption of iron in the intestines. Copper contributes to the prevention of anaemia and is responsible for the pigmentation of the coat (synthesis of myelin).

Cranberries

Cranberries

A natural product that contains substances which have an antibacterial effect on the bladder. Cranberries keep the bladder clean and increase resistance in the bladder when used regularly, thereby reducing the risk of urinary tract infections or cystitis. The substances in cranberries attach themselves to harmful bacteria, which in turn prevents those bacteria from attaching to the cells of the urinary tract and the membrane. Cranberries also contain a lot of fibre, vitamin C and vitamin E.

Crude ash

Crude ash

The crude ash is the total amount of minerals in the feed. Because minerals cannot be burned, the amount of crude ash is measured through incineration. The feed is burned, and what remains is the amount of crude ash (minerals).

Crude fat

Crude fat

The crude ash is the total amount of minerals in the feed. Because minerals cannot be burned, the amount of crude ash is measured through incineration. The feed is burned, and what remains is the amount of crude ash (minerals). 

Crude fibre

Crude fibre

Crude fibre is an insoluble fibre; it is a percentage of the total amount of crude fibre in a specific product.

Crude protein

Crude protein

The percentage of total quantity of proteins in the relevant product.

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Duck meat

Duck meat

Duck is a source of high-quality proteins and is very well tolerated. Duck is rich in vitamins B1, B6, B12 and zinc, and also contains vitamin B2 and the minerals iron, phosphorus and selenium. Duck adds flavour to food.

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Eggs

Eggs

Eggs are a source of high-quality protein, fats, vitamins A, B2, B12, D, iron, zinc, phosphorus and selenium. 

Essential sugars from fruit and vegetables

Essential sugars from fruit and vegetables

There are eight essential sugars. Essential means that they must be part of the diet, as the body is able to produce these sugars only with great difficulty, if at all. However, these sugars do play an important role in the health of the body. They are, so to speak, the key to communication between cells. Essential sugars are found mainly in fruit and vegetables. They prevent parasites from binding, contribute to wound healing and increase the absorption of calcium, minerals and vitamins. They also strengthen intestinal flora, and have a healing effect on the mucous membrane. They increase resistance and the immune system, and have an anti-inflammatory effect. They also contribute to tissue development. For these reasons, our products contain fruit and vegetables.

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Fibres

Fibres

Fibre is an important substance that helps stimulate digestion. It gives a feeling of being sated after eating. Fibre originates mainly from the cell walls of plants, and all fibres are therefore derived from plant material.  

Folic acid

Folic acid

Folic acid is a form of water-soluble vitamin B. Sometimes called vitamin B11. Folic acid has a positive effect on the conversion of amino acids, the conversion of red blood cells, and reduces the risk of heart problems. 

FOS

FOS

FOS is an indigestible dietary fibre derived from certain types of fruit and vegetables. Although FOS is an indigestible fibre, it is quickly absorbed by bacteria in the large intestine during the fermentation process. Fatty acids, also known as volatile fatty acids, are released as a result of this absorption. The volatile fatty acids increase the acidity in the intestines, provide maintenance and renewal of the intestinal cells, and line the wall of the colon. FOS promotes calcium absorption in the intestine. FOS also promotes intestinal function, inhibits the growth of ‘harmful bacteria’ and supports digestion.

Fosfor

Fosfor

Phosphorus is a mineral that strengthens the bones and teeth, and also has a huge influence on the body's energy metabolism. Phosphorus is found mainly in milk products, fish, meat, legumes and wholemeal products.

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Garlic

Garlic

Garlic has an anti-inflammatory and antibacterial function. It is also said that garlic repels fleas.

Gelatine

Gelatine

We use animal gelatine extracted from bones, tissues and cartilage. Gelatine contains collagen which contributes to a healthy, elastic skin. It also encourages the production of new skin cells. Gelatine is good for bones, teeth, hair and nails. Gelatine has a positive effect on the intestines and liver.

Glucosamine

Glucosamine

Glucosamine, together with chondroitin, is the body's own building block that forms part of the cartilage. Glucosamine stimulates the production of new cartilage and promotes its suppleness. This helps to develop healthy and supple joints.

Green-lipped mussel extract

Green-lipped mussel extract

Green-lipped mussel extract has a very powerful anti-inflammatory effect. It is even effective in low quantities. Green-lipped mussel extract is very effective against arthritis and osteoarthritis, and restores muscles quickly following exercise.

Guar gum

Guar gum

Guar gum is a substance derived from the guar plant. Three quarters consists of good dietary fibres. This natural product is generally used as a thickener.

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Iodine

Iodine

Iodine is important for the thyroid gland, because without iodine, the thyroid gland cannot function.

Iron

Iron

Iron is an indispensable component of haemoglobin. This pigment regulates oxygen transport in the red blood cells, just as myoglobin acts in the muscles, and is an essential for the prevention of anaemia. Iron also contributes to the oxygen supply to the cells.

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Krill

Krill

Krill is rich in protein, astaxanthin (a natural antioxidant, see information for salmon) and omega-3 fatty acids (EPA, LNA and DHA). Krill enhances immunity, contributes to the condition of the skin and coat, stimulates the heart and blood vessels, and improves fat metabolism. Adding krill to the diet increases palatability.

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Lamb

Lamb

Lamb is a source of high-quality protein, is rich in vitamins B1, B2, B6, B12 and zinc, and also contains the minerals iron, phosphorus and selenium. Lamb contributes to palatability. 

Lemon balm

Lemon balm

Lemon balm has antiviral and antibacterial properties. It helps to deal with all kinds of illnesses and can prevent flu. It also has a beneficial effect on the heart, kidneys and bladder. It can be used to treat high blood pressure. This is due to the large amounts of minerals and vitamins contained in the lemon. For example, it contains a high amount of vitamin C, potassium and many antioxidants.

Linseed

Linseed

Linseed is a source of omega-3 (see omega-3 fatty acids). The omega-3 in our linseed has the highest vegetable omega-3 content.

Lucerne

Lucerne

Lucerne, also called Alfalfa, is a source of natural antioxidants, enzymes, vitamins A, C, E and the minerals iron, phosphorus, zinc, copper, selenium and magnesium. Lucerne contributes to a strong immune system.

Lupin

Lupin

Lupin is rich in protein, calcium, magnesium and iron. In addition, it is full of dietary fibre and is low in fat. Lupin lowers cholesterol and blood pressure, and improves bowel function. By adding lupin, the minerals in the diet's trace elements are better digested. Lupin contains omega-3 fatty acids and contributes to the production of energy in our muscles.

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Macleaya cordata

Macleaya cordata

Macleaya cordata is a vegetable raw material that promotes intestinal function and digestion.

Macrophages

Macrophages

A macrophage is a cell that protects the body against infections. It forms the body's second barrier, and consumes the intruder from within.

Mais

Mais

Maize is a gluten-free cereal. Maize is a source of high-quality proteins and carbohydrates. Maize also contains the minerals iron, calcium, phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, zinc and vitamins B1, B2, B6 and vitamin E.

Maize

Maize

MOS zijn vezels die bijdragen aan een evenwichtige bacteriepopulatie in de darmen. MOS heeft een gunstige invloed op het spijsverteringskanaal, het vermindert de kans dat ziekteverwekkende bacteriën zich aan de darmwand kunnen hechten. Ook ondersteund MOS het immuunsysteem.

Manganese

Manganese

Manganese is a trace element that plays an important role in the formation of cartilage between bones and joints. In addition, manganese plays an active role in the workings of the cell's power plant (mitochondria).

Methyl Sulfonyl Methane

Methyl Sulfonyl Methane

MSM has an anti-inflammatory effect and contributes to the better absorption of nutrients. MSM also contributes to healthy, supple joints. MSM is a natural painkiller.

Milk Thistle

Milk Thistle

The milk thistle is a long, upright thistle. It is known for its protective effect on the liver. It prevents a shortage of glutahione, a substance that stimulates detoxification of the liver.  

Millet

Millet

Millet is a grain belonging to the grass family. It is gluten free, and consist mainly of carbohydrates. Consequently, millet provides lots of energy. It also has a protein content of approximately 10% and contains various amino acids.

Minerals

Minerals

On the label of the packaging, ‘crude ash’ is used as a synonym for minerals. The minerals in the diet can be subdivided into macro-elements and trace elements. Macro-elements are present in food in large quantities. Trace elements are present in very small amounts in the food (mg/ kg). These minerals are essential for the body, despite their small amount. Minerals are important for one or more bodily functions.

Moistness

Moistness

The percentage of moisture in the product.

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Oats

Oats

Oats are gluten free and rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Oats contain starch which is digested slowly; thereby giving a long-lasting feeling of satiety which reduces the risk of obesity. Oats support the digestive system. In addition, 80% of oat oil consists of unsaturated fats, which contributes to a reduction in the risk of cardiovascular diseases.

Oats are a source of beta glucans. These dietary fibres ensure slower and better digestion of the food in the stomach. They also play an important role in stabilising the composition of the microflora in the large intestine. Microflora are essential for food digestion, and have a beneficial effect on the immune system.

Ocean fish

Ocean fish

Ocean caught, white fish is a source of high-quality protein, omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, vitamins B6 and B12, iodine, phosphorus and selenium. White fish also contains vitamin A and adds flavour to the diet.

Omega-3 fatty acids

Omega-3 fatty acids

Omega-3 is an essential fatty acid, mainly found in fish and certain plant-based oils (linseed, soya). The best-known omega-3 fatty acids are EPA, LNA (ALA) and DHA. Omega-3 has an anti-inflammatory effect, and is essential for the development of the brain and nervous system. In addition, omega-3 stimulates the immune system, the condition of the skin and coat, and gives your dog or cat energy.

Omega-6 fatty acids

Omega-6 fatty acids

Omega-6 is a polyunsaturated fatty acid. This reduces the risk of heart problems. The preferred ratio of omega-3 to omega-6 is 1:2. Renske considers the omega-3 to omega-6 ratio to be extremely important. 

Oregano

Oregano

Oregano is a green herb which is good for strengthening the immune system. It is a very powerful natural antibiotic. It directly combats viruses, bacteria and infections. Additionally, oregano is a source of vitamins A, B3, B6, C, E and K. It also contains many minerals such as iron, manganese, calcium, potassium and zinc.  

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Papaya

Papaya

Papaya is a fruit that is rich in beta-carotene; furthermore, papayas are full of vitamin C. Iron and calcium are also important papaya constituents.

Parsley

Parsley

Parsley contains vitamin A, has a diuretic function and promotes the excretion of waste products via the kidneys. It contributes to bladder health and stimulates digestion.

Pear

Pear

The pear is a fruit that contains a lot of dietary fibre and a good amount of potassium, which ensures that pears benefit your health. Also, pears contain vitamins and minerals, such as vitamin C, B6 and potassium.

Peas and pea proteins

Peas and pea proteins

Peas are a natural source of protein, fibre, vitamins B1, B2 and vitamin C and the minerals calcium and iron.

Pheasant

Pheasant

A pheasant is a game bird. Pheasant is a source of vitamins B1, B2, B6 and B12. In addition, its meat contains a large amount of sodium, potassium, calcium and phosphorus. Pheasant adds flavour to the food.

Potassium

Potassium

Potassium is a mineral that is involved in regulating the body's hydration balance and blood pressure. It is found in most types of food and is essential for the body.

Potato

Potato

Potato is gluten free and a source of easily digested carbohydrates. Potato also contains protein, fibre, B vitamins, vitamin C and minerals such as iron, magnesium, chromium and zinc. 

Poultry fat

Poultry fat

Poultry fat is a good source of animal fats, and is rich in omega-6 fatty acids.

Pumpkin

Pumpkin

Pumpkins are very healthy. This vegetable is rich in vitamins, especially A, C and E. In addition, it contains many valuable minerals and omega-3 fatty acids, which have a very positive effect on the brain and its development. Pumpkins are a natural anti-inflammatory. There are studies showing that pumpkin can even reduce the risk of cancer.

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Rabbit

Rabbit

Rabbit is a source of highly digestible proteins with a high level of tolerance. Rabbit is rich in vitamins B1, B2, B6, B12 and zinc, and also contains the minerals iron, phosphorus and selenium. Rabbit contributes to palatability. 

Rice

Rice

Brown rice is naturally gluten free and contains highly digestible carbohydrates, an important source of energy. Rice also contains proteins, vitamins and minerals (such as phosphorus and potassium). Rice promotes digestion.

Rosehip

Rosehip

Rosehip is a source of vitamins and minerals. For example, it is rich in vitamins A, B1, B2 and C. This ensures that rosehip has a beneficial effect on bones and muscles. It also helps to increase resistance, and protects against inflammation. Another effect of rosehip is that it has a beneficial effect on digestion. It helps to remove waste products and free radicals from your intestines.

Rosemary

Rosemary

Rosemary is a natural antioxidant for the protection of healthy cells and tissues. Rosemary also promotes digestion. Rosemary extract and vitamin E give food a longer shelf life, we do not add any chemical preservatives. 

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Sage seeds

Sage seeds

Sage seeds are a source of the following minerals; calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, manganese, zinc and vitamins B1, B2, B3 and B9. Sage seeds promote intestinal activity, and improve the condition of the gums.

Salmon

Salmon

Salmon is a source of high-quality protein, vitamin B2, vitamin B6, vitamin D and omega-3 fatty acids. Salmon is also rich in vitamin A, vitamin B12, iodine, phosphorus and selenium. Salmon contains astaxanthin (from the sea), which is an excellent anti-aging antioxidant. Astaxanthin is a natural antioxidant that protects against free radicals, and aids focusing of the eyes. In addition, it counteracts ageing of the skin, and keeps the skin & coat in optimal condition. It also counteracts muscle fatigue, and mitigates against infertility. Salmon is a hypo-allergenic, highly digestible protein that benefits weight management, and gives flavour to the diet.

Salmon oil

Salmon oil

A natural source of omega-3. Salmon oil helps reduce inflammatory reactions, keeps joints supple and supports the condition of the skin and coat.

Seaweed

Seaweed

Seaweed is a natural source of minerals (including calcium, iodine and sodium). Seaweed is rich in 12 vitamins (including vitamins A, C, D and E). It also provides a source of vegetable proteins and EPA, an omega-3 fatty acid. Seaweed supports digestion and promotes a healthy skin, coat, and firm muscles.

Selenium

Selenium

Selenium is an antioxidant that, together with vitamin E, plays a role in protecting cells, especially muscle cells. In addition, selenium supports the immune system.

Shrimp

Shrimp

Shrimp are crustaceans that are full of vitamins and minerals. They contain vitamins B1, B2, B6, B11, B12, C and D. They also contain the minerals sodium, potassium, phosphorus, calcium, iron, copper, magnesium and zinc. They are a good source of omega-3.

Sodium tripolyphosphate (STPP)

Sodium tripolyphosphate (STPP)

STPP contributes to building and maintaining strong bones, supple joints, and healthy teeth.

Sorghum

Sorghum

Sorghum is a gluten-free cereal rich in vitamin B. Sorghum promotes digestion and is beneficial to the nervous system.

Spinach

Spinach

Spinach is a natural antioxidant rich in carotene, vitamins A, C, E, folic acid, potassium, iron and calcium.

Stinging nettle

Stinging nettle

The stinging nettle is a herb with excellent cleansing effects. For example, it is bactericidal, which helps to prevent infectious diseases. It also helps against problems such as kidney stones and kidney sediment. Because of the high amount of tonic, it is also effective against fatigue and anaemia. Nettles also contain large amounts of iron, calcium, magnesium, vitamins A and C, manganese, calcium and potassium.

Sunflower

Sunflower

Sunflower seeds are very healthy. They contain a lot of vitamins, minerals, omega-3 fatty acids, omega-6 fatty acids, fibre and proteins. Sunflower seeds even have an anti-carcinogenic effect. The kernels contain a lot of magnesium, which helps combat stress and nervousness.

Surimi

Surimi

Surimi is a product derived from white fish. This is ground into paste which, by adding other ingredients, forms a jelly-like composition. Just like white fish, surimi contains high amounts of Omega 3, iodine, phosphorus, iron and selenium. It also contains vitamins B6 and B12.

Sweet potato

Sweet potato

Sweet potato is a gluten and grain-free source of carbohydrates, and provides energy. Sweet potatoes are rich in antioxidants, dietary fibre, vitamins A and C, iron, calcium and beta-carotene.

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Tomato

Tomato

The tomato is a vegetable which belongs to the group of superfoods. They contain many vitamins and minerals, such as vitamin C, B6 and potassium. They also play a beneficial role in maintaining the heart, blood vessels and blood pressure.  

Tonic

Tonic

Tonic is a substance that supports specific organs. It often consists of different substances and herbs which can be found in plants. It aids the alleviation of afflictions caused by illnesses.

Tuna

Tuna

Tuna is an ocean fish that contains a lot of omega-3 fatty acids. Additionally, tuna is high in protein and has a high level of palatability. Tuna contains relatively little fat and carbohydrates, but many vitamins and minerals. These include vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, B11, B12 and D. Tuna also contains the minerals sodium, potassium, phosphorus, calcium, iron and zinc.

Turkey

Turkey

Turkey is a source of highly digestible proteins, with a high level of tolerance. Turkey is rich in vitamins B1, B6, B2, B12 and zinc, and contains the minerals iron, phosphorus and selenium. Turkey contributes to making food more palatable.

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Venison

Venison

Venison is wild meat, rich in many different vitamins and minerals. It contains, for example, vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, C and E. In addition, there are large amounts of calcium, iron, phosphorus, potassium and sodium in venison. Venison also adds flavour to the food.

Vitamin A

Vitamin A

Vitamin A, also known as retinol, supports vision, contributes to healthy bones, teeth, skin and coat (sebum production). In addition, it supports the synthesis of hormones (reproduction).

Vitamin B

Vitamin B

B1 > Also known as thiamine, is a B vitamin that contributes to the proper functioning of the nervous system. B2 > Also known as riboflavin, is a B vitamin that contributes to the growth of skin cells, and promotes coat quality and energy management. B3 > Also known as niacin, helps prevent dehydration of the skin by supporting the skin in sebum synthesis. B5 > Also known as pantothenic acid, this B vitamin plays an important role in metabolising carbohydrates and fats. B6 > Also known as pyridoxine, this B vitamin plays an important role in metabolism, especially the metabolising of proteins and enzymes. Supports the nervous system, and the health of the skin and coat. B9 > also known as folic acid, is a B vitamin which plays an important part in the development of tissue and of the nervous system. B12 > Also known as cobalamins, this B vitamin plays an important role in red blood cell production and protein metabolism.

Vitamin D3

Vitamin D3

Also known as calciferol. This vitamin regulates calcium and phosphorus. Vitamin D3 also increases the absorption of calcium in the intestine in order to regulate the blood. Vitamin D3 supports a healthy immune system, strong bones & teeth and protein metabolism.

Vitamin E

Vitamin E

Also known as tocopherol, this vitamin is a (biological) antioxidant and important for the formation of red blood cells. In addition, it supports reproduction and the immune system, and protects cell membranes.

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White asparagus

White asparagus

Asparagus are vegetables that contain a lot of vitamins, minerals and other nutrients. For example, they contain a lot of vitamin B1, B2, B6 and vitamin C. They also contain potassium, magnesium, calcium, iron, phosphorus and zinc. Asparagus is beneficial for liver and kidney disorders, and for cases of low blood pressure.

White fish

White fish

White fish includes cod, haddock, plaice and tilapia. White fish is rich in vitamins B6 and B12. It also contains the minerals phosphorus, iodine, iron and selenium. This fish has a high protein and fat content (omega-3), which is beneficial for your health.

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Yucca schidigera

Yucca schidigera

Yucca schidigera is a natural antioxidant rich in minerals, enzymes, and vitamins. Yucca helps to activate metabolism, supports the immune system and reduces stool and body odour.

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Zinc

Zinc

Zinc plays an important role in the production of proteins, and is therefore important for the growth and renewal of tissue (keeping the skin, coat and nails healthy). Zinc also plays an important role in reproduction, and in the transport of vitamin A through the bloodstream.

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