Chicken


Due to the carnivorous nature of our dog and cat friends, this is one of the main ingredients of Naturea diets. It's an excellent protein source, highly palatable, rich in essential amino acids which helps to develop and maintain muscles. It's also a natural source of glucosamine, a key element for joint health and mobility. In addition to being nutritious, it's a highly digestible meat



Iberian Pork


It’s a marble-textured meat, rich in essential minerals and unsaturated fatty acids. More than a simple protein source, it’s a valuable ingredient due to its excellent properties - low in cholesterol, rich in amino acids, vitamins B2 and B1, essential for the metabolism of fat and carbohydrates. It's also highly valuable for the health of the nervous system, muscles and joints strengthening. Being a new protein for most dogs, it will be very helpful in feeding our most sensitive dogs.


Lamb


A highly nutritious and palatable protein source, lamb meat is rich in fatty acids, vitamins, minerals and essential amino acids that play an important role in the development and maintenance of muscles. Like other proteins of animal origin, it's a good source of glucosamine, which helps to maintain healthy joints, facilitating the mobility of our best friends. Highly digestible, and as a result of being a meat less used in dry food, it has hypoallergenic characteristics, making it ideal for animals with greater food sensitivity.


Salmon


Being a highly nutritious and palatable protein source, salmon contains high levels of Omega 3 fatty acids, which promote good skin condition, strong and shiny hair and help the good functioning of the cognitive system. It also has essential amino acids that improve muscle development and maintenance. Its use makes recipes more tasty and suitable for animals with higher food sensitivities.


Turkey


Turkey meat is an excellent source of protein for our pets. It's easy to digest, very flavourful and low in calories. It helps the development of muscles, the maintenance of lean muscle mass and is less likely to provoke or aggravate sensitivities related to food.



Tuna


It’s a fish with high nutritional value, with succulent meat and easy digestion. In its composition we find minerals like selenium, phosphorus, potassium and magnesium, as well as vitamins from group B and D. Besides behind a high-quality protein source, is rich in omega 3, essential fatty acids that contribute for strengthening the immune system and the health of the skin and fur.



Duck


Excellent source of high quality protein. Tasty, easy to digest, this lean protein is not commonly used in dog food, being suitable for animals with greater food sensitivity. It's naturally rich in iron and amino acids, which help to develop and maintain muscles. Mostly dark meat, due to its fat content it's also an excellent source of energy.


Trout


A freshwater fish, part of the salmon family. It is an extremely digestible source of protein, rich in amino acids and fatty acids that will help improve skin and hair coat, boost the immune system and metabolic function. In addition, it is also a highly palatable source of protein, bringing an extra flavour to all recipes that include it. 



Prawns


Naturally sourced from the ocean, it is a high quality protein that provides essential nutrients, helping maintain a lean muscle mass, and a healthy metabolism.



Wild boar


High-tasting, low-fat and high-protein ingredient. It’s a meat rich in essential nutrients and sodium, potassium, magnesium, vitamins B12 e B3, which helps to strengthen the circulatory system. Being a new protein for most pets, it will be very helpful in feeding our most sensitive cats and dogs.



Sweet potatoes


Nutritionally different from regular potatoes, they are an excellent natural source of fiber and vitamins A, C and B6, in addition to minerals and antioxidants. Both for us and our pets, sweet potatoes are also an excellent source of carbohydrates and, despite having higher amounts of sugar, they are beneficial for diabetics as they help to stabilize blood sugar levels and are less insulin resistant. They are an option full of flavour, gluten-free, easy to digest and are an important contribution to the variety of flavour in feeding.


Apples


Natural source of vitamins A, C, B1, B2, niacin and mineral salts, such as phosphorus and iron. Helps to prevent and maintain the cholesterol levels under control. The apple is also very important in the elimination of feces, because during digestion it absorbs water and during their elimination it releases it again, preventing them from drying out and causing problems such as constipation. It also has heart benefits, both due to the high potassium content and the presence of pectin, which prevents the accumulation of fats on the walls of the arteries. They improve blood circulation which supports cardiac work and prolongs heart's life. As the saying goes “an apple a day keeps the doctor away”, in this case the vet.



Eggs


One of the main sources of high quality protein, fat, minerals and micronutrients, eggs are also rich in vitamins. Vitamin A, B12, riboflavin, folate, iron, selenium and fatty acids. They are also one of the most complete reserves of amino acids. Very easy to digest protein source which contributes to muscle growth and development, healthy joints and strong skin and fur.


Cranberries


Rich in vitamin A and C and health-promoting antioxidants, cranberries help support our friend’s immune system. Their richness in natural antioxidants is widely recognised as helping to prevent UTI’s – urinary tract infections, keeping harmful bacteria and fungi away from the urinary tract.



Spinach


Spinach is a green, leafy vegetable highly nutritious. Is rich in minerals, like iron, calcium and phosphorus and vitamins, like vitamin K.  Besides providing a good variety to our recipes, it also helps with blood coagulation and bone and muscle development.



Carrots


An excellent source of vitamin A, which will help maintain a healthy vision, as well as numerous minerals, soluble fibre and a lot of natural antioxidants. Carrots are easily digested by pets, once cooked. They are also rich in vitamins, minerals and carotenoids that help support both immune and digestive health. They provide a very good source for variety in our recipes.



Tomatoes


It's a flavourful fruit, highly nutritious and a natural source of vitamin A, C an K. Rich in minerals, with a low carb value, they are also a source of high-quality dietary fibre, adding a very good variety to our recipes.



Tapioca


Tapioca is a good carbohydrate source, that has been carefully chosen due to its naturally gluten-free and digestibility characteristics.



Pumpkins


A good source of antioxidants, along with essential vitamins and minerals. It also provides fibre, that will help support a healthy digestion. Rich in potassium and vitamin C, pumpkin is a very healthy ingredient to add variety to our recipes.



Seaweeds


Natural marine plant that helps in a natural way to increase appetite, improves digestion and helps maintaining a healthy and shiny coat. Is a good source of minerals such as calcium, iron and magnesium. It is also source of rare mineral iodine, necessary for healthy thyroid function.



Sunflower seeds


This oil is extracted from sunflower seeds. Is rich in omega 6 fatty acids, and helps to maintain a healthy skin and shinny coat. As a high-quality source of fat, it is a fuel for a healthy energy to our best friends. 



Whole brown rice


A fibre-rich grain, the brown rice is a natural source of carbohydrates, providing fuel to our pet’s body for healthy energy. It is rich in linoleic acid, an omega 6 fatty acid, that will help maintain a healthy shinny coat and skin. The fibre content will aid a healthy digestion.