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Jack Mackerel Chunks 500grams

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Jack Mackerel Chunks 500grams

4.00

Our Jack Mackerel is whole fish cut in to 25mm chunks

These chunks do contain the bones which are easily crunched and offal of the fish.

Jack Mackerel Chunks are very high in protein and low in fat. They are an excellent source of high-quality proteins with sufficient amount of all the essential amino acids. Fats in fish are less saturated and the most prominent fats in fish are Omega-3 fatty acids. Fish oil is also one of the few natural food sources of vitamin D. Vitamins include A, B2, B3 & B5 and D.

Vitamin A: Is important for growth and development, for the maintenance of the immune system and good vision.

Niacin:was the third B vitamin to be identified as a dietary essential for its role in treating the deficiency disease (black tongue) in dogs and a disease with similar etiology,pellagra,in humans. The discovery was tired to pets and humans consuming diets nearly monopolised by grains

Riboflavin: Also known as Vitamin B2 it is a important vitamin that also acts as a antioxdant within the body.

B Vitamins:  Are important for growth, reproduction, immunity, hair growth, regulation of food intake, blood cells, neurological function, eye structure, cardiac function, skin structure and function.

Vitamin D: By balancing the body’s levels of calcium and phosphate, this vitamin helps the formation of healthy bones and teeth. A deficiency of Vitamin D can cause rickets.

Suitable for cats and dogs

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Our Jack Mackerel is whole fish cut in to 25mm chunks

These chunks do contain the bones which are easily crunched and offal of the fish.

Jack Mackerel Chunks are very high in protein and low in fat. They are an excellent source of high-quality proteins with sufficient amount of all the essential amino acids. Fats in fish are less saturated and the most prominent fats in fish are Omega-3 fatty acids. Fish oil is also one of the few natural food sources of vitamin D. Vitamins include A, B2, B3 & B5 and D.

Vitamin A: Is important for growth and development, for the maintenance of the immune system and good vision.

Niacin:was the third B vitamin to be identified as a dietary essential for its role in treating the deficiency disease (black tongue) in dogs and a disease with similar etiology,pellagra,in humans. The discovery was tired to pets and humans consuming diets nearly monopolised by grains

Riboflavin: Also known as Vitamin B2 it is a important vitamin that also acts as a antioxdant within the body.

B Vitamins:  Are important for growth, reproduction, immunity, hair growth, regulation of food intake, blood cells, neurological function, eye structure, cardiac function, skin structure and function.

Vitamin D: By balancing the body’s levels of calcium and phosphate, this vitamin helps the formation of healthy bones and teeth. A deficiency of Vitamin D can cause rickets.

Suitable for cats and dogs