PRO NUTRITION Prestige Mini Light Sterilised


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PRO NUTRITION Prestige Mini Light Sterilised

AGE : Adult WEIGHT: Less than 10 kg Benefits Optimal weight

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Optimal weight (low calorie): The presence of fibres (low-calorie formula) helps to maintain ideal weight without reducing the volume of the feed ration (20% less energy compared to Prestige Adult Mini).
Maintaining muscle mass: The adjusted protein to energy ratio helps to maintain muscle mass and to limit the storage of fats.
Dental care : Added algae and fibres plus the adapted kibble size limit tartar build-up.

Dehydrated animal proteins (23% min.) (chicken, duck, turkey, pork). Corn. Wheat. Broad bean Þbres. Linseed. Peas. Duck fat. Apple Þbres. Animal protein hydrolysates. Beet pulp. Corn gluten. BrewerÕs yeast. Fish autolysates (0.6%). Artichoke. Clay. Sea salt. Fructo-oligosaccharides. Algae. Taurine. Rosemary extracts. L-carnitine. Enterococcus faecium (4b1707) (Probiotics). Vitamins and trace elements.

Crude proteins 27 %. Crude fats and oils 10 %. Crude fibres 8 %. Inorganic matter 6 %. Calcium 1,1 %. Phosphorus 0,8 %. Sodium 0,23 %. Potassium 0,63 %. Magnesium 0,13 %. Linoleic acid 18,3 g/kg. Alpha-linolenic acid 11,7 g/kg. EPA + DHA 0,1 g/kg. Lysin 14,9 g/kg. Methionine 4,3 g/kg. L-carnitine 50 mg/kg. Taurine 430 mg/kg. Copper 21 mg/kg. Zinc 196 mg/kg (of which Zinc chelate 72 mg/kg). Manganese 80 mg/kg. Iodine 3 mg/kg. Selenium 0,6 mg/kg (of which Organic selenium 0,18 mg/kg). Vitamin A 13600 UI/kg. Vitamin D3 880 UI/kg. Vitamin E 175 UI/kg. Vitamin C 160 mg/kg. Vitamin B1 80 mg/kg. Vitamin B2 10 mg/kg. Pantothenic acid 42 mg/kg. Vitamin B6 9,6 mg/kg. Vitamin B12 0,22 mg/kg. Vitamin PP 31 mg/kg. Biotin 2,4 mg/kg. Folic acid 2,2 mg/kg. Choline chloride 1800 mg/kg. Metabolisable energy 3195 kcal/kg. Enterococcus faecium 1×109 UFC/kg.

27% of the whole of dehydrated animal proteins contained in the food correspond to 52% in fresh equivalent. The fresh equivalent consists of the rehydration of the dehydrated animal products knowing that they contain to the maximum 6% of water whereas the fresh animal products have 75% of it.