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Heavy Metals

Heavy Metals

The World Health Organization lists Cadmium, Mercury, Arsenic and Lead as highly poisonous major public concerns.

Macronutrients

Macronutrients

Macronutrients are chemical elements required in large amounts for growth and development. These include Protein, Fat, Fiber and Carbohydrates

DNA Analysis & Cross-Contamination

DNA Analysis & Cross-Contamination

What is DNA Analysis?
DNA Analysis is a determination of cross-contamination or missing DNA containing ingredients.

DNA is found in meat proteins such as chicken, pork, beef, insects, rodents, dogs, cats, etc. DNA is also found in fruits, vegetables, grains, legumes, nuts and seeds. DNA is not found in extracts, oils or synthetic ingredients.

DNA analysis defines the existing components of a product and how they may differ from ingredients listed on a label.

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Minerals

Minerals

Nutritional Minerals are essential nutrients that perform functions necessary for life, such as Calcium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Sodium and Magnesium.

Phytic Acid

Phytic Acid

Phytic Acid, also known as Phytate, is an anti-nutrient known to bind to important nutritional minerals, preventing their necessary use in the body.

Veterinary Drug Residue

Veterinary Drug Residue

What are they?
Vet residues are drugs that are commonly found in feed lot animals. Drugs such as Anti-biotics, Hormones, Steroids and Pentobarbital. Tests determine residues from 90 veterinary drugs.

2-Aminosulfone 
Albendazole
2-AMINO FLUBENDAZOLE
2-Quinoxalinecarboxylic acid (QCA)
ABAMECTIN
ACEPROMAZINE
AMOXICILLIN
AMPICILLIN
AMPROLIUM
AZAPERONE
Butorphanol
CEFAZOLIN
CEFTIOFUR
CHLORAMPHENICOL
CHLORTETRACYCLINE
CIMATEROL
CIPROFLOXACIN
clenbuterol
CLINDAMYCIN
CLOPIDOL
CLOXACILLINDANOFLOXA
CINDESETHYLENE
CIPROFLOXA
CINDESFUROYLCEFTIOFUR (DCCD)
DICLOFENAC
DIFLOXACINDIMETRIDAZOLE
DIPYRONE
Doramectin
DOXYCYCLINE
Emamectin Benzoate
ENROFLOXACIN
Eprinomectin
ERYTHROMYCIN AFENBENDAZOL
EFENBENDAZOLE SULPHONE
FLORFENICOL
florfenicol amine
FLUMEQUINE
FLUNIXIN
FURAZOLIDONE
GAMITHROMYCIN
Haloperidolhydroxy dimetridazole
hydroxy ipronidazole
hydroxymetronidazole
IPRONIDAZOLE
Ketamine
KETOPROFEN
LEVAMISOLE
LINCOMYCIN
MALACHITE GREEN
MELENGESTROL ACETATE
METRONIDAZOLE
MOXIDECTIN
NORFLOXACIN
ORBIFLOXACIN
OXACILLIN
OXOLINIC ACID
OXYPHENYLBUTAZONE
OXYTETRACYCLINE
PENICILLIN PHENYLBUTAZONE
PENTOBARBITAL
PREDNISONE
RACTOPAMINE
RONIDAZOLE
SALBUTAMOL
SARAFLOXACIN
SELAMECTIN
SULFACHLORPYRIDAZINE
SULFADIAZINE
SULFADIMETHOXINE
SULFAETHOXYPYRIDAZINE
SULFAMETHAZINE
SULFAMETHIZOLE
SULFANITRAN
SULFAPYRIDINE
SULFAQUINOXALINE
TETRACYCLINE
THIABENDAZOLE
THIAMPHENICOL
TILMICOSIN
TOLFENAMIC ACID
trenbolone acetate
TULATHROMYCIN A
TYLOSIN
VIRGINIAMYCIN
XYLAZINE
ZERANOL (B-ZEARALANOL)
zilpaterol

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Pathogens

Pathogens

What are Pathogens?

BPA

BPA

BPA stands for bisphenol A. It is a chemical used to make certain plastics and resins. BPA is commonly found in containers that store food and beverages.

B-Vitamins

B-Vitamins

What are they?
B-Vitamins (B1 – Thiamine, B2 – Riboflavin, B3 – Niacin, Pantothenic Acid, Biotin and Folate) play an important role in health, happiness, mood and longevity.

Without B-Vitamins the body experiences and increase in risks of stroke, depression, red blood cell imbalance, GI disorders, anemia, dementia, fatigue, muscle weakness, and mood disturbances.

B-Vitamins are imperative for optimal health and longevity. Unfortunately, they are sensitive to heat and likely to be destroyed by cooking and improper storage.

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Aflatoxins

Aflatoxins

Aflatoxins are poisonous, cancer-causing chemicals produced by certain molds which grow in soil, decaying vegetation, hay and grains. They have been the cause of numerous pet food recalls historically.


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