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28 April 2021

Rosemary

A plant that grows wild in the Mediterranean territory, it is always more frequently used in animal food thanks to its stabilising effect on lipid peroxidation and adjuvant effect contrasting the intestinal parasites.

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28 April 2021

Blue fish

With a high protein content, it contributes to prevent the arising of digestive and/or cutaneous sensibilities, symptoms of intolerances. It is rich of mineral salts, calcium, phosphorous, iron, iodine and vitamins, it contains a high concentration of Omega 3.

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Posted by francesco
28 April 2021

Calcium and phosphorus

Using the same amount of both assures the functionality of the skeletal and muscular systems.

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28 April 2021

Chicken

Thanks to a high intake of essential amino acids (constituents of the proteins) it is fundamental to ensure the optimal growth and robustness of bones, skin and muscles.

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28 April 2021

Dried citrus fruit

Citrus fruit facilitates proper intestinal function, assimilation of nutrients, quality and consistence of stools.

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28 April 2021

Carobs

A fruit characteristic of the Mediterranean territory. It guarantees optimal digestion, supports intestinal mobility and helps protecting the intestine.

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28 April 2021

Beet pulp

An other source of fibre with high refreshing power, it supports intestinal mobility and helps protecting the intestine.

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28 April 2021

Artichoke

Typical Mediterranean plant, it’s a natural diuretic. It improves digestion stimulating the production of digestive juices; its depurative properties originate from the cynarine, a flavonoid that has been proven to have healthy antioxidant and hepatoprotective properties.

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Posted by francesco
28 April 2021

Rabbit

Rabbit meat is extremely low-fat, with a optimal percentage of proteins and very low amount of cholesterol, statistically its proteins are almost never object of food allergies.

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28 April 2021

Olive Oil

Originating from the agribusiness tradition of the Mediterranean, it is characterised by a high content of easily digestible fatty acids monounsaturated. Rich in antioxidant substances (phenols and tocopherols), it effects positively the cardiovascular system (antihypertensive) and is a valid support contrasting the damages of oxidative stress.

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Posted by francesco
28 April 2021

Yeasts

They regulate the functionality of the digestive system and are a natural supplement of B group Vitamins and Vitamin D.

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28 April 2021

Chamomile

With its anti-inflammatory and flebotonic properties, chamomile is generally used for its anti-flogistic and anti-spastic effects on the smooth muscle of the digestive tract; also, it is known to have healing, bactericidal and antifungal properties that help against inflammations of the gastrointestinal tract.

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francesco
Posted by francesco
28 April 2021

Corn adn wheat

Used to guarantee energy under the form of carbohydrates. While durum wheat is a source of energy, of dietetic fibre and vitamins of the B group, corn produces energy as well and is rich of essential fatty acids.

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Posted by francesco
28 April 2021

Lamb

Food with a discreet protein content but lower calorie count and high digestibility, it is recommended for lazy or overweight pets. It is a valuable alternative in case of intolerance to other ingredients. Excellent source of iron and Vitamin PP (niacin).

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francesco
Posted by francesco
28 April 2021

Carobs

A fruit characteristic of the Mediterranean territory. It guarantees optimal digestion, supports intestinal mobility and helps protecting the intestine.

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francesco
Posted by francesco
28 April 2021

Tomato

Typical ingredient of the Mediterranean tradition, tomato is the vegetable most rich in lycopene, a carotenoid with great antioxidant properties that protect the organism from “aggressive” mixtures like free radicals.

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