Fit-Crock Active Lamm Maxi
The natural basic feed for sporty active dogs - grain free
You want to give up grain in feeding, while well supplying your active dog? Then you meet with Fit-Crock Active Lamb Maxi the right choice! The high proportion of animal proteins from lamb, fish and blood, as well as an increased fat content in beef fat provide appropriate nutrition. The total protein content is deliberately kept moderate to avoid unnecessary load on the metabolism, while the increased need for essential amino acids are taken into account. The fat content is made up of beef fat for quickly and easily available energy and high-quality, cold-pressed vegetable oil to a supply of essential fatty acids.
A high-quality food for all sports-, hounds- and agile for leisure- dogs.
Fit-Crock Active Lamb Maxi is a purely natural dry food for dogs. We consciously do without the addition of synthetic vitamins so as not to unnecessarily burden the metabolism. Balanced natural ingredients ensure a broad supply and optimal nutrition. Our gentle cold-press manufacturing process ensures that the natural vitamins and micronutrients are retained in their original form and are thus fully available to the organism.
The role model for us is the nature in which we orient ourselves. Fit-Crock Active Lamb Maxi contains no grain and is therefore particularly suitable for dogs with grain intolerances. We keep the fat and protein content deliberately moderate so that even dogs with allergies and a tendency to metabolic disorders and / or overweight can be optimally cared for. This provides an optimal nutritional basis, in which a performance-related addition of meat in reasonable quantities is well tolerated.
Jerusalem artichoke is extremely rich in various ingredients. Noteworthy is the high potassium content (460mg per 100g), magnesium, calcium, sulfur, silicic acid and iron are abundant, as well as phosphorus and vitamins (such as carotene, B1, B2, B6), nicotinic acid, vitamin C, D, inositol and biotin. Fruit and glucose are present in a similar mixture as in honey.
In addition, Jerusalem artichoke contains a high proportion of probiotic, digestive inulin. Inulin is a non-digestible carbohydrate in the small intestine, which positively influences the bacterial flora in the large intestine (bifidobacteria are strengthened, putrefactive bacteria decrease). The absorption of minerals from the intestine is promoted and also a positive effect on the formation and utilization of essential fatty acids was observed. Since it is not absorbed as sugar from the intestine, it is very well tolerated. It also reduces hunger and prevents food cravings.