Written by our experts at Trouw Nutrition, the Trouw Pet Nutrition Outlook white paper series explains the science and research behind the latest pet nutrition trends.

Trouw Pet Nutrition Outlook

Written by our experts at Trouw Nutrition, the Trouw Pet Nutrition Outlook journal series explains the science and research behind the latest pet nutrition trends.

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Volume 4 “Life Fiber Technology”

This latest issue of Trouw Pet Nutrition Outlook explores the role fiber plays in your pet’s health, the science behind how fiber helps to maintain digestive health, and the difference between insoluble and soluble dietary fibers.

Written by Dr. Trevor Faber, Companion Animal Nutritionist, Trouw Nutrition

This latest issue of Trouw Pet Nutrition Outlook explores the role fiber plays in your pet’s health, the science behind how fiber helps to maintain digestive health, and the difference between insoluble and soluble dietary fibers. 

Volume 3 “The Role of Prebiotics in Pet Food”

“The Role of Prebiotics in Pet Food” discusses how prebiotics and specifically BENEO Inulin, a functional prebiotic fiber derived from chicory sources, help to improve the digestive health of pets by promoting beneficial changes in the microbiome and favorably modulating the gut environment. Written by Deborah Collier, National Sales Manager, Trouw Nutrition


“The Role of Prebiotics in Pet Food” discusses how prebiotics and specifically BENEO Inulin, a functional prebiotic fiber derived from chicory sources, help to improve the digestive health of pets by promoting beneficial changes in the microbiome and favorably modulating the gut environment. 

Volume 2 “Organic Trace Minerals: Mother Nature’s Way”

This issue introduces transitional metals and explains why Optimin® chelated minerals perform better in pets’ digestive systems than other metals, especially when accounting for how they are affected by various chemical factors, such as pH and ionic strength.

Written by Dr. Kate Jackson, Animal Nutritionist, Trouw Nutrition, and Dr. Fred Madsen, Consultant

This issue introduces transitional metals and explains why Optimin® chelated minerals perform better in pets’ digestive systems than other metals, especially when accounting for how they are affected by various chemical factors, such as pH and ionic strength.

Volume 1 “Superfood of the Sea”

Harvested from a single species of macroalga (Ascophyllum nodosum) in Canada’s North Atlantic, Tasco® kelp thrives in one of the harshest environments on earth. Selectively harvested and processed to retain its nutrients, this “Superfood of the Sea” features a unique combination of prebiotic fibers, antioxidants, and protective compounds that support the immune system and help pets become more resistant to stress.

Written by Chuck Hayden, Vice President, Companion Animal Division, Trouw Nutrition 

Harvested from a single species of macroalga (Ascophyllum nodosum) in Canada’s North Atlantic, Tasco® kelp thrives in one of the harshest environments on earth. Selectively harvested and processed to retain its nutrients, this “Superfood of the Sea” features a unique combination of prebiotic fibers, antioxidants, and protective compounds that support the immune system and help pets become more resistant to stress.

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