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Your dog’s inner clock is preparing for the night’s sleep. Therefore, a tasty treat for your companion should be light and gentle; offering protein at this time of day should be avoided if possible.
ChronoBalance BedTime Treat for Dogs
Grain-free. Gluten free. Sugar free. Low in Purine. Vegetarian. BedTime – light and soothing
Your dog’s inner clock is preparing for the night’s sleep. Therefore, a tasty treat for your companion should be light and gentle; offering protein at this time of day should be avoided if possible. The recipe of ‘ChronoBalance BedTime’ has been accordingly tailored; light, gluten-free potato products as well as pear, mallow lavender, passionflower and hops make for a delicious snack to welcome the end of the day.
Ideal feeding time: between 18:00 – 21:00
Why feed in alignment with biorhythm?
Is your dog always waiting and ready when it’s time for food? The ‘inner clock’ of your trusty companion is amazingly reliable. These temporal processes are often called ‘chronobiology’ but are commonly known as the ‘biorhythm’. There are two main stimulators of the circadian rhythm, based on the 24-hour cycle. On the one hand, daylight registered via the retina, informs certain areas of the brain whether it is day or night. Here, different colour spectrums play a role in registering the time of day; in the morning higher quantities of the blue light is observed, whereas in the evening, the red section is higher. Another equally influential factor of the circadian rhythm is food intake. The digestive processes, insulin secretion and metabolic process only work effectively if they are tuned to the internal clock – otherwise bringing them out of time, stimulating consequences such as fatigue and sleep disorders. Therefore, you should always offer food to your four-legged friend at the same time of day and follow the equally important feeding intervals.
The inner clock of dogs, as those of humans, is based upon a 24-hour rhythm. Every 4-5 hours an impulse for feed intake occurs and the time of day this happens plays a crucial role in the utilisation of nutrients. The chronobiological diet is based precisely on these natural impulses. ‘ChronoBalance Treat’ recipes were developed exactly according to the chronobiological needs; a high-fibre, low-protein and gluten-free treat in the morning to ‘Kick-Start’ the day and a light and soothing treat in the evenings to prepare for ‘BedTime’. This chronobiological diet, carefully adapted to the biorhythm of the dog, ensures a regular daily routine and helps your dog to develop into a cheerful, vigorous and vital friend and companion.
Ingredients & Nutrition
- Potato flakes, potato flour, fresh carrot (10%)
- dried apple (10%)
- dried apricots (5%)
- pear dried (5%)
- coconut flour (5%)
- pumpkin seed flour (5%)
- fresh skimmed quark (4%)
- 10.0%Crude protein:
- 6.0%Raw fibre:
- 5.0%Raw ash:
- 3.0%Fat content:
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