10 top ingredients found in Nutriment

Always consult your vet if you are concerned about your dog’s healthy or diet

Nutriment are a very popular choice when it comes to raw dog food and raw cat food in the UK. Using several sources of proteins from fresh meats, seeds and plants they give your dog a wide range of amino-acids and nutrients.

Over-consumption of just one protein can also create allergies meaning dogs who eat the same thing every day are likely to develop an allergy to their diet. Raw feeding has a range of benefits and is well-known for making allergies easier to spot or cutting out allergies from a diet, if your dog is allergic to a cooked meat they may not be allergic to that protein in its raw form.

But how do the range of ingredients in Nutriment help your dog?


1)  British Chicken with Bone – Bred from selected farms in Norfolk & Suffolk the chickens are raised in enriched environments that encourage their natural behaviours. The chicken’s diets are also enriched with salmon oil adding Omega 3 to benefit both the chicken and your dog.


2) British Turkey with Bone – Coming from farms registered under the British Turkey Assurance Scheme the turkey is reared to the highest standards. If your dog is allergic to chicken, they may find they are well suited to turkey which is a good source of Niacin, Vitamin B6, Selenium, Phosphorus and Protein.


3) British Green Beef Tripe – Full of amino acids which are necessary for muscular development Beef Tripe also contains gastric juices and enzymes from the cow which can keep teeth clean and promote healthy digestion. Green Tripe also contains Lactic Acid Bacteria which is a low phosphorus ingredient found in probiotics making it an ideal ingredient for dogs with liver and kidney problems.


4) Farmed Atlantic Salmon – No heads, tails fins or guts are used in Nutriment, meaning only the finest salmon goes into your dog’s food. Easy to digest and absorb Salmon is well known for being packed full of Omega-3 fatty acids, mineral, calcium, vitamins A, B and D as well as selenium.


5) British Beef Kidney, Liver and Heart Offal can be an extremely beneficial part of your dog’s diet, these organs contain Vitamin B6, Iron, Copper, Thiamin, Pantothenic Acid and many more crucial benefits for your dog.


6) Fresh Curly Green Kale – A great source of dietary fibre, protein, magnesium iron and phosphorus, Green Kale also contains a range of vitamins including Vitamin K. Vitamin K is a fat-soluble vitamin which is stored by the dog’s body helping to absorb calcium for strong bone development preventing heart and bone disease and improving recovery time after surgery or injury.


7) Organic Coconut Oil – Coconut Oil is a fat really found in nature but its content including lauric acid make it a prized substance! When converted by your dog’s body coconut oil can have antiviral, antimicrobial and antifungal properties helping tackle virus and bacteria.


8) Milled Sesame Seeds – The antioxidants in these seeds can help strengthen the immune system as well as being a good source of Calcium, Iron, Magnesium and Copper.


9) Raw Sea Kelp Powder – Believed to be one of the most nutrient-dense vegetables on the planet, and rich in minerals and natural salts dog’s experience the same benefits from kelp as humans. A great aid for balancing acidity levels and digestive juices the iodine and minerals found in kelp are believed to strengthen the whole digestive system.


10)  Scottish Cold-Water Salmon Oil – Research has proven that DHA from fish oils can make puppies more intelligent, improving memory and training, The Oil can also benefit skin, coat, heart health and immune response as well as being high in Omega 3 & 6 fatty acids.