It turns out that corn is a “high glycemic” food. You may have heard that high glycemic foods spike your blood sugar? That’s true and it does the same thing for your pets.
This is a problem because when your blood sugar spikes, it’s going to fall resulting in a “sugar crash.” That’s bad enough on its own – you’ve probably experienced the accompanying lethargy.
But consider what else it does to your body. High glycemic foods spark insulin production which signals the cells to absorb blood sugar for energy or storage. Then, as the blood sugar falls, the pancreas tells the liver to release stored sugar.
Essentially, a diet based on a surplus of high glycemic foods means your pet’s body will struggle constantly trying to regulate his blood sugar which can trigger diabetes.
Many vets in Australia recommend pet parents feed their pets single ingredient Kangaroo Meat pet treats. Because Kangaroo meat is wild, Kangaroo meat is organic, natural, and best of all its packed with protein, high in omega 3’s, and vitamins and minerals, and has zero fillers like corn.
Just check out the benefits of wild Kangaroo meat dog treats: