Low-Glycemic Carbohydrates

These ingredients may lower the risk of diabetes and help prevent obesity in your pet.

Brown Rice

High-quality carbohydrate source providing energy to pets in an easily digestible form. As a whole grain, it takes longer for the body to process, resulting in a slower release of glucose into the bloodstream which is helpful in the prevention of diabetes. Rich in fibre, minerals and vitamins, including the B vitamins involved in energy metabolism and building tissue.


A low-glycemic legume, source of carbohydrates, helping to stabilize blood glucose levels and lower the risk of diabetes.

Steel-cut Oats

Least processed form of whole-grain oats as the oat’s grain is simply toasted and chopped into small pieces. A flavourful, low-calorie, no-fat source of fibre for digestive well-being and as a low-glycemic carbohydrate. Help stabilize blood sugar levels.

Sweet Potatoes

Rich in vitamins and minerals. Low-glycemic carbohydrate and a source of energy. Contains beta carotene which reduces risk of cataracts and certain cancers, enhances immunity, and beneficial in blood sugar regulation.

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