We use a small number of legumes in our dry kibble recipes to bind the kibble together. This predominantly consists of sweet potato which is a particularly good source of vitamin A (beta-carotene) as well as a. range of other nutrients. It is a slow release carbohydrate so does not create the glycemic spikes associated with white rice for example.
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