Raw Food Vitamins & Minerals

Here is a list of some of the vitamins and minerals you will find in a raw dog food diet:

Riboflavin(Vitamin B2)
– Helps metabolize fats, carbohydrates, and proteins

Niacin(Vitamin B3)
– Prevents vitamin deficiencies

Vitamin B6
– Helps with metabolism

Phosphorus
– Key element in all forms of life

Zinc
– Essential for a healthy dog
– Zinc deficiencies can lead to “stunted” growth

Protein
– Proteins are enzymes that catalyze biochemical reactions and are vital to metabolism.

Thiamin(Vitamin B1)
– Key metabolism roles in the break down of carbohydrates and proteins
– Thiamin deficiencies effect the nervous system

Pantothenic Acid(Vitamin B5)
– Needed to form (COA)
– Critical in the metabolism/synthesis of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats

Selenium
– Essential dietary mineral
– Biochemical reactions to maintain optimal health

Riboflavin(Vitamin B2 / E101)
– Energy metabolism

Vitamin B12
– Key role in brain and nervous system function

Copper
– Essential trace nutrient to all high plant and animal life

Folate(Vitamin B9)
– Essential to numerous bodily functions
– Especially important during periods of rapid cell division and growth, such as in puppies or pregnant dogs

Manganese
– Essential in detoxification

Vitamin A
– Plays a key role in vision, immune function, bone metabolism, skin health, antioxidant activity, and reducing risk of heart disease.

Iron
– Essential to nearly all known organisms

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