Pumpkin is an excellent source of soluble fiber. That’s the good fiber!
The natural fiber content in pumpkin helps to slow down digestion.
With the correct ratio of pumpkin to other ingredients fiber fermentation produces beneficial fatty acids.
The fatty acids supply energy to cells, stimulate intestinal sodium and water absorption, and helps lower the pH level of the large intestines.
Pumpkin fiber also acts as a prebiotic. Different from probiotics they stimulate the growth or activity of beneficial bacteria in the intestines and inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria.
Pumpkin fiber does this by lowering the pH level and providing the necessary nutrients these bacteria need.
Pumpkin is low in calories, but rich in essential vitamins and minerals.
- Vitamins A
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin E
The beta-carotene is converted to vitamin A in the liver.
Both beta carotene and vitamin A are antioxidants.
Critical to help slow the aging process and protect your dog's body as they grow into their senior years.
Vitamin C is integral for immune health all-around.
When combined with vitamin A (beta-carotene), E and other antioxidants in pumpkin, they strengthen the immune system against certain cancers developing.
Potassium helps regulate blood pressure, improves muscle health, and assists in metabolism.
No wonder our recipes use Pumpkin and No Wonder it is so important!
The beauty of pure, organic pumpkin is all the benefits of nutrition, without a single chemical or artificial additive which can convert to toxins.
When combined with our ingredients, all in carefully measured quantities, a multitude of wellness advantages trigger each other.
Dogs LOVE the taste of pumpkin.
You love the peace of mind.
And one final fun fact: Native Americans used pumpkin to promote the healing of wounds and to fight intestinal parasites.
By the way, all of our meals for your dog contain the perfect proportion of organic pumpkin.