Ingredient Glossary Search Results:

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Oat Bran   

Oat Bran is outer hull of the oat seed. A source of fiber that needs to be ground finely to avoid irritation in the digestive system.

Oat Fiber   

Helps to move food through the digestive tract slowly, which further helps to optimize the absorption of nutrients. Oat Fiber can improve stool quality.

Oat Hulls   

Oat Hulls need to be ground finely to avoid irritation and inflamation in the digestive system.


Finely ground whole oats, a superfood.


Does not refer to a particular list of organs liver, tripe, heart, kidneys, etc. Included are most internal organs except for muscle meat or bone. Offal is typically included in raw diet to provides essential vitamins and minerals.

Oleic Acid   

An omega-9 fatty acid that may be helpful to reduce inflammation.

Olive Oil (Extra Virgin)   

Connsidereed a healthful dietary oil because of its high content of monounsaturated fat, phytonutrients, vitamin e, and Omega-3 fatty acids.

Omega Fatty Acids   

Essential fatty acids, Omega-3, 6, and 9 fatty acids that may be helpful to support skin and coat, reduce inflammation, and joint health.


An herb that may be helpful to prevent respiratory and digestive spasms.


Produced or involving production without the use of chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or other artificial agents.

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