Royal Canin Diabetic Special Low Carbohydrate
Diabetes mellitus occurs regularly in dogs and cats. It is usually seen in older animals, but can also occur in younger animals. In most cases, diabetes is treatable with insulin and a proper diet food such as Royal Canin Diabetic Dog. The success of the treatment depends to a large extent on the daily commitment and accuracy of the owner.
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Due to a low starch content in Royal Canin Diabetic Dog, increases in blood sugar levels after meals are limited. The diet food contains specific carbohydrates (barley, maize and psyllium) that are gradually absorbed by the body after the meal. These ingredients help to limit fluctuations in blood sugar. The dietary fibre slows down absorption in the small intestine, and improves regulation of the glucose level in affected dogs. A specific combination of natural antioxidants can inhibit the effects of ageing.
The dog can be fed Royal Canin Diabetic for the rest of his life
Use of this diet food improves insulin sensitivity. When switching to this food, your dog should have regular blood sugar checks to adjust their insulin dose accordingly.
Not suitable for:
The Diabetic Diet is not suitable for females during pregnancy, lactation and growth.
Ingredients of Royal Canin Diabetic dry food
Dehydrated poultry protein, barley, wheat gluten, maize gluten, vegetable fibres, animal fats, tapioca, beet pulp, hydrolysed animal proteins, fish oil, psyllium husk and seeds, fructooligosaccharides, minerals, tagetes (African) extract (source of lutein.)
Additives Royal Canin Diabetic dry food
Nutritional additives:Vitamin A, Vitamin D3, Iron, Iodine, Copper, Manganese, Zinc, Selenium....
Specific formula to help in the management of post-prandial blood glucose in diabetic dogs.
High protein content. maintenance of muscle mass is essential in overweight diabetic dogs.
Formula that contains a reduced level of starch.
A synergistic complex of antioxidants to help neutralise free radicals.