BOREAL Back to Basics Cat Food (CANS) - Lower in ‘Glycemic Index’ - Grain Free - Indoor Cat and Diet Food
Hi, My name is Dan Stevenson. I am getting worried! I have been in the pet industry over 25 years and in that time I have seen an increase in ‘fat pets getting sick’. Just like us humans, dogs and cats are eating too much of the wrong foods and like me and my gym avoiding friends, our pets are often not getting enough exercise. This leads not only to overweight issues but also to an increase in diabetes. New reports have 1 in 165 pets now being diagnosed with diabetes.
In pet food I believe the same issue is true, that we need to get back to a more basic diet and remove the ingredients that are leading to high blood sugar levels and spiking the diabetes issue. Scientists can measure how some foods cause a short-term rise in blood sugars – and these foods are typically labeled high in ‘Glycemic index’. Corn is much picked on as a grain that we all eat and has been a main ingredient in pet food. Grains like corn and wheat are part of the issue when trying to eat more ‘Paleo’ as corn and wheat products often cause spikes in blood sugars. By choosing low GI foods for our pet foods we can slow down your pets digestion, keep your pet fuller longer and help us all move a step away from Fat Dogs (and Cats).In the media these days are many stories about going back to basics in diet, cutting out a lot of high sugar foods and breads while eating more vegetables and meat. The media are calling these types of people diets ‘Paleo’ in reference to early man and some call these diets ‘Grain-Free’. The idea is eating as our ancient ancestors ate, which sadly (for me) means cutting back on sweets and avoiding a number of foods from modern agriculture.
So here is what we did. First – we took out all the high sugar, high GI carbs. That meant no corn, no wheat and just to be safe we said no ‘grain’. Next – we leaned on peas and beans as major carb sources. We can control the quality with Canadian grown products and we like the low GI scores. Finally we went to single meat proteins in almost all our foods. At BORÉAL we are trying to help you and your pets get back to basic nutrition!
Boréal Pet Food – the art of healthy pets
Hugh and I have spent our working lives helping cat owners have more success. Over the past 20 plus years we have been committed to nutrition and pet health issues and we are more convinced than ever that all of us most change how we feed our pets! Time to throw out the high carb foods and focus on a smart diet for your cat.
Using only the finest Canadian ingredient sources, Boréal cat food will allow you to control the protein and carb sources you feed and help keep weight off and your cats energy levels where they belong. We have added to our blends an antioxidant and a probiotic package to cover not only taste but digestion and health concerns.
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CHICKEN & SALMON
Our Boréal Chicken & Salmon canned cat food is 90% Meat/Fish and is designed to have almost no carbohydrates or starches and lowers the risk of unwanted weight gain. Our Salmon & Chicken is made with wild salmon from British Columbia and Canadian chicken. Salmon & Chicken like all our canned cat foods a free of cereals, grains, starches, artificial colour or added salt. Can is 156 gm (5.5 oz)
Salmon, Chicken, Potassium Chloride, vegetable gums, vitamin and mineral supplements, zinc methionine and water for sufficient processing.
No cereals, grains, starches, artificial colour or salt added. All North American sourced ingredients including BC Salmon.
Wild Salmon Suggested Daily Rations