Omega 3 and Omega 6
Essential fatty acids also help in the health of the cat's coat. You can add fish oils that have Omega 3, or algae-based oil, to your food, or how not to complement it with the good proportion of Omega 3 and Omega 6 that dairy products such as yogurt incorporate.
The nutritional needs of our companion animals respond to three objectives:
build and maintain
This is the role of proteins, minerals, trace elements, and vitamins and it is usually provided by their main diet.
Lipids and carbohydrates are responsible for carrying out this function, which also normally covers the main diet.
This function is usually covered by healthy food supplements, as is the case with our Yogurt YowUp!
It occurs when a product is formulated, complementary to the main diet based on good knowledge and adequate use of certain nutrients in the diet. In our case the main nutrient is calcium. Bioavailable calcium for the bones, as well as the sum of the vitamins naturally present in the products, are also key for hair and skin care.