The Optimal Calorie Formula
Longevity research points to three key factors for a longer life:
- Nutritional choices
- Lifestyle choices
Specific research shows that nutrition built around foods with low caloric density, also known as a calorie-restricted diet, contributes to a longer life among many species.
A "calorie restricted diet" might sound intimidating but it is nothing more than a diet that contains fewer calories and an abundance of life supporting nutrients to help support and maintain an ideal, healthy weight in you or your pet.
Optimal Calories Means Only
the Right Calories.
From puppyhood to maturity, one of the keys to a long and healthy life for your pet is maintaining a healthy weight throughout their lifetime. Achieving, or maintaining healthy weight via an optimum calorie diet, with no unneeded calories, is something your dog will benefit from at any age.
An Optimal Calorie Formula Starts With Fish As the First Ingredient.
Fish is an excellent source of protein for your furry family member, because it helps promote:
- Lean muscle growth for puppies
- Lean muscle development for adult dogs
- Lean muscle maintenance for mature dogs
We Select Ingredients for Their Low Caloric Density.
Low caloric density ingredients provide key nutritional benefits with no excess or unneeded calories:
- Wholesome whole grains—brown rice, barley, oatmeal and oat bran
- Nutrient-rich garden vegetables—peas, carrots, spinach, broccoli and tomatoes
- Antioxidant and fiber-rich fruit—apples, blueberries and cranberries
A BLUE Optimal Calorie Formula Also Means a Delicious Meal and a Satisfied, Healthy Pet.
Optimal calories in your dog’s daily diet means three important things:
- Your dog has a delicious meal that leaves him fully satisfied.
- It is a balanced diet that ensures that all of your dog’s nutritional needs are met.
There are no excess calories or fillers, things your dog does not need, and which
may lead to conditions associated with obesity.
It is never too late to get started, but the earlier you do and the longer you stay at it, the greater the benefit.