Organic Grass Fed Beef Heart Powder
Feeding your dog high-quality meat is great. But adding in some organ meat like the beef heart is even better!
Why? Compared to your average cut of steak, organ meats offer up a long list of vitamins and minerals. And it makes sense. After all, the heart is a powerhouse, responsible for pumping blood throughout the body. That requires high levels of folate, zinc, and iron, as well as a range of vitamins, including vitamins A,D, E, K and B vitamins.
And, the heart isn’t just an organ. It’s also a muscle. That means that your dog will reap the protein of one of the body’s strongest muscles.
The heart is rich in folate, iron, zinc, and selenium. It is also a great source of vitamins B2, B6, and B12, all three of which are in a group known as B-complex vitamins. B vitamins found in organ meats have a cardioprotective effect, meaning they protect against heart disease.
Our Heart Powder is human grade and made from organic, grass fed Australian beef.
- The product is made from Organic, human grade, grass-fed, Australian beef cattle
- include a concentrated source of B Vitamin's, essential fatty acids and Iron
- It is a natural source of the nutrients needed for healthy red blood cell production
- Guaranteed free from GMO, pesticides and herbicides
- Freeze dried from fresh raw beef heart
- Has no fillers and no nasties
Up to 5kg - 1/2 tsp daily
5kg to 10kg - 3/4 tsp daily
10kg to 25kg - 1 tsp daily
25k + - 1.5 tsp daily
A concentrated source of Vitamin B12 and Vitamin A. It is a natural source of the nutrients needed for healthy red blood cell production. It is guaranteed free from GMO, pesticides and herbicides.
Vitamin B12 is crucial for a healthy nervous system and brain
function, as well as for the formation and growth of blood cells.
One of the biggest benefits of including iron in your dogs daily diet is in the synthesis of their blood. This mineral is directly involved in the formation of red blood cells and hemoglobin. Hemoglobin is responsible
for carrying oxygen and nutrients throughout the body. In addition, iron is necessary for a number of enzyme functions in your dog’s body.
This means for your dog to be in good shape, he has to be deriving
enough nutrients from the food he eats. Iron ensures there are enough
red blood cells to facilitate this transport which in turn contributes
to your dog’s good health.