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    Grain Free Dog Food Helps Pets with Allergies

    Wheat Free Dog Food and Gluten Free Dog Food are two choices to consider for dogs with allergy problems.

    Grain free dog food is something you may want to consider if your dog is experiencing allergy symptoms. Wheat Free Dog Food and Gluten Free Dog Food are two choices to consider for dogs with allergy problems.

    Grains are notorious for containing a deadly fungus called aflatoxins. Grains are also high in carbohydrates, block important minerals, and some contain a very hard to digest protein called gluten.

    This fungus likes to attack your dog's liver which can create major liver problems for your dog. This fungus can also be found in other grains and legumes.

    There are pet food manufacturers that do test for the aflatoxin fungus because of its threat to your dog's well being. However, it does not take much to create a problem for dogs and even improperly storing your pet's food could even cause this fungus to grow.

    Grain Free Dog Food Excludes:

    • Grains that contain gluten such as wheat, barley, rye, and contaminated oats.
    • Wheat grains such as wheat germ, bulgur wheat, semolina, graham, spelt, durum, kamut, and farina.
    • The gluten free grains which include rice, teff, amaranth, corn, oats, and millet.

    Why Feed Your Dog Gluten Free Dog Food?

    Pets do suffer from Celiac Disease or Gluten intolerance. Gluten intolerance affects all breeds of dogs and Celiac Disease is known for sure in Irish Setters.

    Gluten makes up about 80% of the proteins contained in wheat. Gluten is composed of the proteins gliadin and glutenin. This protein is a very large molecule and it is very hard to digest!

    An allergy to wheat is something many dog owners never seem to catch when taking into consideration their dog's health issues.

    Dogs can develop food allergies over time and then it suddenly seems to appear out of no where.

    It is a well known fact that gluten and lectins found in wheat can both induce serious health problems. Malnutrition is what happens when your dog cannot digest wheat and malabsorption from their small intestine takes place.

    Grain Free Dog Food Suggestions

    Wild caught seafood such as wild caught salmon. Healthy proteins such as grass fed meats, bison, free range turkey, organic chicken, free range eggs, and venison. Fermented vegetables such as sauerkraut to add some friendly bacteria into your dog's digestive tract. Organic fruits and vegetables to help replace the need for grains.