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|05-04-2014 01:11 PM|
|CharlieB.Barkin||I know nothing about feeding raw but I heard that you should not feed different meats because they digest at different speeds. I don't know if there is any truth to that. Everyone here seems to be doing fine.|
|05-02-2014 07:42 PM|
|Harry and Lola||
Yes I think they suggest you stick to one protein at a time in the beginning to test for allergies.
Otherwise most mix proteins, I do all the time - bit of sheep liver, bit of ox heart, bit of pork, can sardines...........
|05-02-2014 06:23 PM|
|Leahgirl||Oh right, the first time raw eaters. Or either they were addressing food allergies. That makes more sense now.|
|05-02-2014 06:11 PM|
I mix protein sources as well.....I'll use chicken necks with beef heart...etc...no problems ...yet ????
|05-02-2014 05:52 PM|
|I_LOVE_MY_MIKKO||The only argument that I have ever heard against mixing protein sources is for when you are starting raw, so that if there is a reaction of any sort you know what caused it. I mix protein sources every day!|
|05-02-2014 05:47 PM|
Mixing Protein Sources
Hi, all. I'm an avid raw BARF style feeder for about 7 months now. My girl is doing great on it, 9 months old, no issues. I'm just curious if anyone has heard the reason behind why some people advise not to mix protein sources in a meal. Now that I think about it I've read several articles saying basically the same thing but have never heard an explanation that made sense.
I have ALWAYS mixed protein sources since she was a baby. I don't see it as necessary so much as it's just easier to ensure balance and variety over a week for me. I've always thought the opposite, that mixing proteins in one meal actually might make the utilization more effiicient of vitamins/minerals/amino acids than giving all chicken, or pork, or whatever in one meal.
Thanks in advance.