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Folic acid in Edgard & Cooper pet food
Folic acid in Edgard & Cooper pet food
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At Edgard & Cooper, ensuring the nutritional health of your pets is paramount. We adhere strictly to the guidelines set forth by FEDIAF (European Pet Food Industry Federation) for including folic acid in our recipes. These guidelines ensure that our dog and cat food formulas contain the appropriate amount of folic acid to meet your pets' nutritional needs.

What is folic acid?

Folic acid, also known as vitamin B9, is an essential nutrient that plays a crucial role in cell division and growth. It is particularly important for maintaining healthy skin, coat, and overall immune function in pets.

Why is folic acid important in pet food?

Folic acid is vital for the metabolism of amino acids and the synthesis of DNA and RNA. It supports the production of red blood cells and helps prevent anemia in pets. Adequate levels of folic acid in pet food contribute to overall health and vitality.

Can pets get too much folic acid?

While folic acid is essential, excessive intake can potentially lead to health issues in pets. That’s why we carefully formulate our recipes to provide optimal levels of folic acid without exceeding safe limits.

What other nutrients complement folic acid in Edgard & Cooper recipes?

In addition to folic acid, our recipes are crafted with a balanced blend of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants to support your pet’s overall health and well-being. We prioritize natural ingredients sourced responsibly to ensure the highest quality nutrition.

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