Add to cart Super Veggie Mix $17.99 Inc. GST HAPPY HEART AND LIVER FORMULA Broccoli, beets, super greens, and hemp with hemp seed oil, rosehip, milk thistle, reishi mushrooms and egg shells Dogs are omnivores and need vegetables to keep them happy and healthy. Our Super Veggie Mix is based on the raw, ancestral diet and mimics the stomach contents of their ancestral wild prey, only is even better than nature intended! It’s high in protein, antioxidants, omega 3 fatty acids, vitamin C, B1, B6 and A (to name a few), fiber, manganese, potassium, selenium, folate, iron, calcium, phosphorous and more. I developed this mix in response to Ruby’s cancer diagnosis and combined it with fresh, raw, human quality meat such as grass fed beef, or kangaroo, or free range and chemical free chicken, or even sardines to create a healthy, balanced meal that fed her but not the cancer. The proportion of Super Veggie Mix to meat should be generally 30-40% to 70-60% (which also includes 10% offal) but this can change depending on your dog’s health needs and if you are looking to generate ketosis. If you are aiming for ketosis then use less SVM to fatty animal protein (such as grass fed beef or chemical free chicken), and add an egg, flaxseed meal or creamy cheese. Be sure to measure and balance meal constituents appropriately and take blood levels regularly. Seek practitioner advice before embarking on strong keto diet. RAW – ORGANIC – CHEMICAL FREE – WHOLE FOODS – GRAIN FREE – NATURAL – HUMAN GRADE – KETO FRIENDLY – PHYTONUTRITIOUS – HYPOALLERGENIC Mix in with quality meat and offal to create a super charged, perfectly balanced meal; or add to kibble, log or canned food to improve nutrition No freaky preservatives, kooky chemicals or artificial anything! Ingredients: Broccoli, beetroot, super greens pulp (celery, silverbeet, kale, cucumber, lemon, ginger, and mint), hemp protein, hemp seed fines, hemp seed oil, rosehip, milk thistle, ground egg shells Weight: 700g Please note: these are world class ingredients of the highest order but are not classified as veterinary medicine.