Eye Care – Beef (200g/500g)
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Age related and predisposed eye conditions are one of the most common aliments suffered by our furkids.
Good eye health starts with a good diet. FLooF Eye Care Series carefully selects superfoods for the eyes as well as supplementing it with the most powerful nutrients that help ward off age-related vision problems like macular degeneration and cataracts.
Some dog breeds that are predisposed to eye problems :
Beagles, Cocker Spaniels, Dachshunds, French Bulldogs, Golden Retrievers, Jack Russells, Maltese, Old English Sheepdogs, Pomeranians, Poodles, Pugs, Schnauzers, Shih Tzus, Siberian Huskies and Yorkshire Terriers.
We have continuously worked with our customers, vets and with proven blood test results to formulate these recipes to help alleviate the issue.
These recipes are not intended as medication. Always seek the advice of your vet and constantly monitor your furkids’ health.
We cook the meals fresh and deliver within 24 hours upon cooking, so do allow some time for us to prep the meals. As the meals are fresh, they are delivered chilled, NOT FROZEN. We do really mean FRESH!
Beef is rich in vitamin A and zinc, which helps the retina, cornea, and other eye tissues to function properly, and lowers the risk of macular degeneration.
Beef liver provides a whopping 713% of the daily value per serving of Vitamin A. Vitamin A is an essential component of rhodopsin, a light-sensitive pigment found in the retina, and supports the healthy functioning of the cornea and conjunctival membranes.
These are good sources of bioflavonoids and zinc, which can lower the risk of developing cataracts and age-related macular degeneration. They also help protect the retina, which is super critical to vision.
These bright orange root vegetable are rich in Vitamin A, beta carotene, lutein and rhodopsin, which benefit eye health and may also protect the eyes from age-related problems such as cataracts and macular degeneration. You never saw Bugs Bunny wearing glasses!
Guess what, Popeye? Spinach is great for your vision as well as your muscles! Not only do they contain the antioxidant vitamin C, but they are also packed with Vitamin A, Zeaxanthin and lutein, a very important carotenoid for the eyes.
Cabbage is a rich source of beta-carotene. Red Cabbage has almost 10 times the beta-carotene content of green cabbage. Beta-carotene gets converted into vitamin A in your body, and the antioxidant properties of vitamin A play an important role in boosting vision, especially night vision. Vitamin A also helps protect the eye tissue against free radical damage. Hyped about Red Cabbage yet?
These violet-hued gems are loaded with anthocyanins, potent antioxidants that bolster collagen structure in the retina and slows the progression of age-related eye conditions.
Research shows Rosemary, promotes eye health. Carnosic acid, a component of the herb rosemary protects retinas from degeneration and toxicity in cell culture. It helps reduce the development of cataracts and other age-related eye diseases.
Due to its powerful antioxidant properties, lutein may help reduce inflammation in your eyes, fight off free radicals, reduce oxidative stress, and boost the sharpness of your vision. Lutein is known to improve or even prevent age-related macular disease which is the leading cause of blindness and vision impairment.
Once inside the body, Zeaxanthin is drawn to the eyes. It makes its way into the lens, macula, and fovea (the center spot of the retina). Zeaxanthin helps build a yellow-colored pigment shield to protect the eye cells from the harmful effects of certain light sources, such as the sun. It also protects the eyes from dangerous free radicals that form over time from oxidation. It has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits that reduce the risk of eye disease.
Rich in antioxidants known as anthocyanins and polyphenols, Bilberries are a great source of antioxidants that protect the body against free radical damage. Bilberry also works as a vasodilator. An increased vasodilator is good for your eyesight. According to some scientific links, bilberry may help with retinal disorders.
Astaxanthin is now considered the supernutrient of all antioxidants. It may help provide antioxidant protection for the eyes, boost retina blood flow, relax eye muscles and reduce fatigue.The anti-oxidants and anti-inflammatory activities of Astaxanthin supports the prevention or alleviation of symptoms of age-related eye diseases.
High levels of taurine are present in the anterior part of the eye. Increasing data indicate that taurine may be effective in preventing the development of cataract and slowing down the progression of retinal diseases.
FROM FAST FOOD TO FRESH FOOD
Are you ready to put your dog through doggy detox and transition from commercial dog food to fresh food? We’re more than happy to help! The time required to get your dog clean varies based on the age and sensitivity of your dog, but a good estimate is between 5-10 they
RECOMMENDED FEEDING GUIDE
How much you feed your dog varies with age, breed and activity. Use this chart as an initial guide and remember to weigh your dog every 1-2 weeks, adjust initial servings accordingly when starting a new diet.
MY DOG HAS AN UPSET STOMACH, OR LOOSE STOOL, WHY?
Most dogs transition easily, but some of themore sensitve ones experience a little change poo consistency, which is no cause for worry! Scale back the percentage of FLooF fresh food to old food and transit a bit slower.
MY DOG SEEMS HUNGRY, SHOULD I FEED HIM MORE?
Dogs love food, especially ours, so don’t be surprised if they get a Bole greedy! Feeding guidelines are approximate and are subject to a dog’s age, activity level and metabolism. If he begin to lose or gain unexpected weight, start adjusting Me amount of food until his weight stabilises.
REHEATING FLOOF VACUUM GUIDE
While FLooF food can be served straight out of the bag, your dog will probably opt for a nicely- warmed dinner. Who wouldn’t?
Our Bags are microwave safe; cut a corner off so steam can escape
Submerge the vacuum bag in a pot of simmering (not boiling) water. Reheating time varies widely based on the food and colume so keep a close watch!
Storing FLooF fresh food is really easy, just follow the freezer and fridge instructions.
||IN THE FREEZER
FLooF vacuum packs car be stored in the freezer for up to 9 months. Defrost in the refrigerator overnight and heat up before serving,
|IN THE FRIDGE
Unopened vacuum packs can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks. Remaining food can be refrigerated again but must be consumed by the next day. For longer storage of unopened packs, place food in an airtight container and consume within 3 days.