As a result, we generally feed them a diet of plant and animal-based protein to ensure they get a complete and balanced palate of nutrients. But an omnivorous mix isnt the only way to meet all their needs. Its not the proteins that dogs require, as much as the constituent amino acids. A balance of plant and animal proteins usually provides a complete set of amino acids, which is why feeding a mix of meats and vegetables works.
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If It Helps People, Then Leave Them Be

There is a huge difference between the maize silage-based diets typical of US dairy systems and those of grass silage-based diets in Northern Ireland. Maize silage is typically a high starch, low protein forage so utilization of the rumen degradable protein fraction is relatively efficient. Grass silage, on the other hand, contains up to twice the level of protein found in maize silage and most of this protein (about 60%) is highly soluble. But with less than 6% fermentable sugars, achieving efficient protein utilization with grass silage-based diets is much more difficult.
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Low protein diets: what can be achieved?

One customer at Dean & DeLuca was on the infamous grapefruit diet, and another ate garcinia cambogia reviews only quinoa. The latter lost 126 pounds in six months. One customer came in each day to buy a small filet mignon, because she was on a diet that discouraged bread or pasta. Another sprinkled oat bran flakes on her imported goat yogurt every morning, and ate it with the shot of wheat grass juice she would buy next door http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/01/13/idUSnHUGdsQR+73+ONE20140113 at the health food shop. None of them thought they were hopping on the bandwagon of the latest trend, but naysayers thought otherwise.
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