Importance of Minerals

16 Apr 2019

April 16, 2019

Often enough in todays food supplies animals can lack the goodness needed, minerals play an important part mineral deficiency can result from poor weight grain, poor feed efficiency and poor reproductive traits which can lead to a range of health problems and fatality.

Cats can suffer from allergies, have dull and unhealthy-looking coat, lose or gain weight abnormally, have low energy is tired all the time, suffer from gastrointestinal disturbance, irritable and stressed.

 Animals are instinctively selective about the types of minerals they elect to eat; cats will eat grass if they have too much acid.

There are six classes of essential nutrients, water, carbohydrates, fats, proteins, minerals and vitamins. An animal needs protein to grow new tissue and repair old tissue.

Profein deficiency is the most common nutrient deficiency therefore at times it is advisable to top up on minerals and vitamins, mineral is an inorganic element found in small parts of the body. Vitamins are organic nutrients needed in small quantities to perform specific functions.

Scientists theorize that mineral deficiency subjects our animals, to more diseases, aging, sickness and destruction of our physical well-being than any other factor in cat health.

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