The analytical components are much more important than the composition!
However, most pet owners think much more about the composition than about the analytical components, because the ingredients, i.e. the raw materials of a feed, are named in the composition.
But: The analytical components, i.e. the nutrients, how many proteins, carbohydrates and fats are contained, are much more important for optimal nutrition than with which raw materials these values are achieved.
You can see what all this has to do with Earth and Jupiter in the video. And also why Dr. Gregor Berg ate 500 g of pasta for breakfast during his studies.
Good pet food doesn't (first) care what ingredients it consists of!
Dog no longer tolerates food, cat no longer eats it - change of food?
Puppy feeding: Too much calcium, despite a good calcium-phosphorus ratio?
- 1. The calcium-phosphorus ratio in puppy food should ideally be around 1.5:1 (but can also be up to 2:1)!
- 2. The total calcium content is at least as important. If this scientifically determined value in the feed is exceeded, damage to the animal can be expected!
The pet food scene argues too much about things that don't matter!
- Everywhere you read about diets in magazines, books or on the internet, everything is full of supposed expertise. But why are so many people in Germany still overweight?
- Why do so many people have so many questions about dog and cat nutrition when, according to the many opinions on the internet, it is so easy (e.g. just omit the grain)?