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Benefits of BEEF PANCREAS:
- Most of the pancreas (95%) is made up of exocrine tissue. This is specialised tissue that excretes enzymes to help your dog digest his food.
- The pancreas also produces hormones, which makes it an endocrine gland.
- The pancreas produces 10 different hormones. The two most important ones are insulin and glucagon. Insulin lowers glucose levels, while glucagon raises it.
Why feed Beef Pancreas?
- It Supports The Pancreas
- Dogs with a poorly functioning pancreas will have trouble producing enough digestive enzymes to digest their meals. If left unchecked, this can lead to nutritional deficiencies.
- It can also help balance the hormones in diabetic dogs.
- It May Help Control Pancreatitis
- Dogs with pancreatitis can benefit from eating pancreas because it will provide the digestive enzymes and hormones that the pancreas can no longer sufficiently produce.
- Pancreas Helps With EPI
- Feed your dog pancreas or add pancreatic enzymes to food. That replaces those missing enzymes and helps your EPI dog absorb nutrients.
- It’s Proactive Against Diabetes
- Pancreas contains manganese. This mineral helps insulin production for blood sugar control. And pancreatic enzyme provide efficient digestion of fat, protein and carbohydrates. This reduces the burden on a compromised pancreas and allows the pancreas to produce insulin as it should.
- As your dog ages his body produces fewer enzymes. It’s a natural progression. Your dog’s body can’t keep up! This means all senior dogs are likely to have an enzyme shortfall.
- Dogs with food intolerances, allergies, recurring ear infections or skin problems can be helped by digestive enzymes. Most of these problems are symptoms of poor gut health.
Make It Part Of The Regular Diet
As part of the regular diet for a healthy dog, feed pancreas along with heart, lungs, liver, brains, spleen… Use a variety of organs to make up 25% of your dog’s diet. After all, organs account for 25% of your dog’s body so organs should be 25% of his diet.
How To Feed Dogs With EPI Or Pancreatitis
If your dog suffers with pancreatitis or EPI, feed as follows:
- 2 ounces of raw beef pancreas for every 20 lbs of body weight, divided between two meals
- Do not feed more than 2 ounces twice daily
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