Friday, April 20, 2012

Three Key Reasons Nature’s Logic Pet Foods are Environmentally Friendly


Earth Day is a great time to evaluate how our lives, and those of our pets, impact the environment. More and more pet parents use environmental considerations when buying products for their dogs and cats. Nature’s Logic pet foods are nutrient-dense, with no synthetic vitamins or minerals and no genetically-modified ingredients to help reduce your pet’s carbon paw print.


1. Nature’s Logic Contains NO Chemically-synthesized Vitamins or Minerals

Nature’s Logic not only keeps potentially harmful chemicals and preservatives out of pets, but it keeps them out of the environment, too. Many high-quality foods on the market don’t use chemical preservatives, but only Nature’s Logic is truly 100% natural. Nature’s Logic formulas contain none of the chemically-synthesized added vitamins and minerals added to virtually all other commercial pet
foods. Even those foods marketed as “natural” are allowed by AAFCO to make that claim, as long as they also include the disclaimer “with added vitamins and minerals,” indicating that these added nutrients are actually NOT natural, but instead man-made chemicals.

2. Nutrient-Dense Foods Lead to Less Pet Waste

Nature’s Logic pet food is nutrient-dense, made with high-quality meats, fruits, vegetables and NO cheap fillers, like corn or wheat. Dogs and cats are able to digest more of the food they eat so they produce less waste. Not only is this better for their health and their human’s clean-up efforts, it has a real impact on the environment. According to the Natural Resources Conservation Service, the average dog produces 274 pounds of waste each year.¹ The waste is especially an issue in urban areas with a lot of concrete. Runoff from rains washes waste into bodies of water, where the bacteria starves ponds of oxygen and kills aquatic life.²


3. Nature’s Logic Uses NO Genetically-modified Ingredients


The science of genetic engineering has made it possible to alter the genetic material, like DNA, of many organisms, including bacteria, plants and even some animals. The resulting products are called Genetically Modified Organisms, or GMOs. In addition to potential health risks to people and pets, scientists have environmental concerns, including the creation of new, more virulent viruses, risks to birds and deer, and “effects that ripple through an ecosystem in ways that are difficult to predict.”³


Nature’s Logic pet foods can help reduce your pet’s environmental impact. The company has created the first and only full-line of dry kibble, canned, and raw frozen pet food in the world with no chemically-synthesized vitamins or minerals. All nutrients in Nature’s Logic formulas are derived from whole foods and 100% natural ingredients. For more information on our formulas, visit http://www.natureslogic.com/.


1. http://www.ak.nrcs.usda.gov/compost.html
2. http://www.click4carbon.com/ECOInfo/pet_carbon_footprint.php
3.http://www.ucsusa.org/food_and_agriculture/science_and_impacts/impacts_genetic_engineering/environmental-effects-of.html

3 comments:

  1. Mother Nature does not give us any harmful or sub standard resources, make best use of the given resources.

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  2. You publish some of the best technical articles about why anyone should use your pet food, but I still can't afford it for my crew. Thanks for the info!

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  3. Natural food for pets is highly beneficial and nutritious to keep them active. Nice Post!

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