BIOTIC Low Fat
The BIOTIC range is specifically formulated using LifeWise advanced nutrition technology to both address the underlying cause of particular metabolic disorders whilst treating the physical symptoms at the same time.
Researchers now agree that metabolic disease conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, inflammatory response disorders such as arthritis, pancreatitis, sensitive stomachs and leaky gut syndrome together with senile decay disorders, some cancers, and skin and gut allergies are all associated with dysbiosis of the gut microbiome. Dysbiosis is a shrinkage of microbial diversity and depending on the nature of the change of the microbial population, certain changes of metabolic function in the body occurs. These changes are the underlying cause of the disorder.
To sustainably overcome metabolic disorders requires the species diversity within the gut be restored to a healthy level. The primary way of reducing the effects of, and eliminating dysbiosis, is through the feeding of complementary food ingredients in precise ratios to foster the development of the microbiome. The road to good health is further supported by ensuring the supply of essential nutrients in the food specifically supports repair and recovery of the affected organ or part of the body.
The BIOTIC range will be progressively rolled out at the rate of one product per month. The first product being released in November 2020 is LifeWise BIOTIC Low Fat, and is especially useful for animals recovering from such issues as gastric distress, pancreatitis, hyperlipidaemia, or any other condition where a reduced fat diet is indicated. BIOTIC Low Fat can also be used as a weight loss diet provided care is taken with the amount of food offered per serve. This diet offers a minimum of 22% protein, 8% fat, and an energy content of 343 kcal/kg.
For more information regarding the LifeWise BIOTIC range, please visit the website or email us at [email protected] Alternatively, if you are in doubt as to the suitability of this food for your dog, please consult your veterinary advisor prior to feeding.