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Are you ready to dive into the latest veterinary nutrition studies about carbohydrates – and what they mean for our pets? Daniel Schulof, the Founder and CEO of KetoNatural Pet Foods, joins the podcast to explain.

Daniel is an entrepreneur, activist, and science writer that focuses on exposing the factors responsible for the chronic disease epidemic that kills millions of pets each year. In 2016, Daniel founded KetoNatural Pet Foods in an effort to change this by educating and empowering pet owners across the globe. 

So, what sets KetoNatural Pet Foods apart from other pet food companies? They provide their customers with Ketona® – the world’s first low-carb dry kibble on the market…

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In this episode, we cover:

  • Common misconceptions surrounding pet food.
  • The #1 reason why you shouldn’t feed your dogs and cats carbs.
  • Why the problem of pet obesity in America has gone too far. 
  • The difference between the nutritional needs of puppies and adult dogs.

Want to learn more about Daniel and his work with KetoNatural Pet Foods? Click here now!

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