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  • NO Corn
  • NO Wheat
  • NO By-products
  • NO artificial Preservatives
  • Nothing Artificial

What’s In Life’s Abundance Cat Food

 

HIGH-QUALITY PROTEINS (Chicken Meal, Eggs, Catfish Meal, Turkey Meal), FLAXSEED MEAL, CHICKEN FAT, WHOLE GRAINS, VITAMINS, AND MINERALS, OMEGA-3 FATTY ACIDS FROM FISH OIL, FLAXSEED MEAL, BREWER’S DRIED YEAST, BEET PULP (SUGAR REMOVED), DOG GRASS, ALFALFA SPROUTS, DIRECT-FED MICROBIALS

NO Fillers, Nothing Artificial

Kibble is triangle shaped with a center hole for superior mouth feel & palatability.

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Click to hear Dr. Jane Bicks explain the top ingredients in Life’s Abundance Cat Food

Lifes Abundance Premium Cat Food contains natural, wholesome ingredients.  It provides 100% complete nutrition by AAFCO feeding protocols.

Our manufacturing facility is a USDA certified APHIS (Animal Plant Health Inspection Service) plant.  APHIS certification allows the sale of a finished product to the International market, including the European market, which has extremely high standards for ingredient sources.

List of Superior Ingredients Beyond The First Five

While the first five ingredients play a significant role in the nutritional make-up of your cat’s food, every single element is essential. For nearly a decade, tens of thousands of dogs and cats have been eating and thriving on Life’s Abundance foods. We attribute this success to our painstaking attention to the detail. Every ingredient in Life’s Abundance food is carefully chosen to work with all the others to supply your companion animal with a highly nutritious and perfectly balanced meal every day, every year over a lifetime.

HIGH-QUALITY PROTEINS

Proteins are the building blocks of all living organisms. Protein is essential for all bodily functions including those of the brain, heart, skin, skeleton and many others. Life’s Abundance cat food contains at least 33% of high-quality protein. Look for identifiable animal proteins such as “chicken meal” rather generic terms like “poultry meal,” which can consist of any fowl (turkey, chicken, geese, etc.).

Chicken Meal

Some foods contain chicken meat or chicken parts, which naturally hold a fair amount of water. We prefer to use chicken meal because most of the water has been removed, which makes it a concentrated source of protein. This reduction means that there is a greater “protein content” in one pound of chicken meal versus one pound of chicken meat. That’s why high-quality chicken meal is a key ingredient in Life’s Abundance foods.

>Eggs

Eggs are one of the nature’s most nutrient-dense foods and play an important role in a balanced diet. They are considered a complete protein source, providing essential amino acids, vitamins, and minerals (vitamins A, B, E, K, Biotin, and Sulfur). Eggs also contain healthy fats, such as omega-6 for healthy skin and a glossy coat.

Catfish Meal

Our top-quality fish meal is made by drying the freshest catfish at a low temperature, creating a concentrated, highly-digestible protein source. In addition to being an excellent source of protein, catfish meal provides natural DHA and EPA, the most important of all the omega-3 fatty acids.

Turkey Meal

Turkey is a very good source of protein and is rich in calcium, potassium, B vitamins, niacin, iron, and zinc which promote energy and overall health. Turkey meal is also very digestible and very palatable.

CHICKEN FAT – We believe the primary fat source in cat food should be animal based because these fats contain a profile of fatty acids that are quickly metabolized and more available to the body. Animal fats can vary in quality, so look for a species-specific fat like “chicken fat” (versus “animal fat”) to be certain of the kind of fat your cat is eating.

WHOLE GRAINS

Whole grains are an excellent source of protein, fiber, B vitamins, iron, zinc and other essential minerals. They also provide the kind of carbohydrates that deliver sustained energy to your cat. We include the natural goodness of Ground Brown Rice in Life’s Abundance Cat Food. We also include Rice Flour, a carbohydrate that delivers quick energy to your cat.

Ground Brown Rice is the entire grain with only the inedible outer husk removed. This whole grain contains manganese, selenium, magnesium, as well as tryptophan and vitamins B1, B3 and B6.

VITAMINS AND MINERALS

The proprietary blend of vitamins and minerals in Life’s Abundance foods was carefully selected to work in concert with all of the other ingredients to enhance the overall nutritional value of the food.

Vitamins: Ascorbic Acid, Vitamin E Supplement, Niacin Supplement, Biotin, Thiamine Mononitrate, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Vitamin A Acetate, Riboflavin Supplement, d-Calcium Pantothenate, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Citric Acid, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Folic Acid, Taurine

Minerals: Calcium Carbonate, Potassium Chloride, Ferrous Sulfate, Zinc Sulfate, Zinc Proteinate, Iron Proteinate, Zinc Oxide, Copper Sulfate, Manganese Sulfate, Manganese Proteinate, Copper Proteinate, Manganous Oxide, Sodium Selenite, Calcium Iodate.

ANTIOXIDANT SYSTEM

Among other nutrients, our antioxidant system includes vitamins A, C and E plus vegetables, and fruits. The colorful skin and flesh of different vegetables and fruits contain phytonutrients, essential vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and fiber. Each vegetable and fruit was carefully selected for its unique nutritional properties.

Life’s Abundance also contains Pomegranate

Pomegranate contains vitamin C and potassium. The polyphenols in pomegranate (hydrolyzable tannins called punicalagin) are responsible for the red color.

OTHER BENEFICIAL INGREDIENTS

OMEGA-3 FATTY ACIDS FROM FISH OIL

Omega-3 fatty acids are some of the most extensively researched natural nutritional ingredients in the world. Among its many health benefits, the omega-3’s in Life’s Abundance help support healthy skin and a shiny coat. We also included flaxseed meal for its outstanding nutritional profile and its contribution to healthy skin and coat.

FLAXSEED MEAL<

Flaxseed meal is the richest plant source of antioxidant lignans and Omega-3 fatty acids. Flax seed meal also has a very high level of highly-digestible protein and essential amino acids. Also, flax seed meal contains significant amounts of fiber, vitamin E, folic acid, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin B6 and is extremely rich in the minerals potassium, calcium, and phosphorus.

BREWER’S DRIED YEAST

Brewer’s dried yeast is loaded with highly-digestible protein with an exceptional amino acid balance. It also contains an abundance of natural minerals and vitamins, featuring B complex vitamins (except B12).

BEET PULP (SUGAR REMOVED)

Fiber is required in every diet to maintain healthy intestinal tract and proper nutrient absorption. We use beet pulp, which is the fiber from the gray sugar beet (sugar removed). Many studies have demonstrated that beet pulp performs better than many other types of fiber.

DOG GRASS

Dog grass contains many nutrients that cats crave that’s instinct at its best! When cats in the wild consumed their prey, the intestinal tract included grass and this grass provided necessary fiber and phytonutrients.

ALFALFA SPROUTS

Alfalfa sprouts contain an abundance of highly active antioxidants, phytochemicals, enzymes, trace minerals and numerous other living nutrients, which work to support good health and promote proper assimilation of foods.

DIRECT-FED MICROBIALS (Probiotics)

These ingredients are similar to those found in supermarket yogurts. Direct-fed microbial help supports healthy immune and digestive systems. Life’s Abundance contains the following direct fed microbial:

Dried Lactobacillus acidophilus Fermentation Product, Dried Lactobacillus case Fermentation Product, Dried Bifidobacterium thermophile Fermentation Product, Dried Enterococcus faecium Fermentation Product.

Feeding Instructions

For Adults:

Start with the suggested amount of Life’s Abundance per day. Use the “Suggested Daily Amount” as a guideline. You can increase or decrease the amount you feed by more or less depending on your cat’s weight and body condition. Be sure to keep fresh drinking water available at all times.

For Kittens:

When ready to eat solid food, begin feeding moistened kibble and “free feed” until fully weaned, between 6-8 weeks old. After weaning, feed the “Suggested Daily Amount” of dry kibble according to weight and add at least 25% more. Individual Meal Feeding: From 9 weeks on, divide the daily amount and feed 3-4 meals in a 24 hour period. Free Feed: Measure the entire daily amount into a dish and allow your kitten to eat at will over the course of a 24 hour period. This method of feeding may lead to obesity. Food requirements may vary for individual kittens.

For Pregnant and Nursing Queens: Needs will increase during late gestation and especially nursing (up to three times normal requirements). Keep food available for nursing queens at all times.