• Pet food myth busters – is SODIUM bad for dogs?

    Pet food myth busters – is SODIUM bad for dogs?

    What you should know about sodium Sodium is a macromineral, which means a dog needs to consume relatively large amounts compared to microminerals to stay healthy. Sodium together with potassium plays an important role as electrolyte providing positive ions that power many metabolic processes, like maintaining blood in alkaline (dog’s blood pH scale is about 7.3 ~ 7.4, they need sodium and potassium to...
  • Do You Know What is “Taiwanese Softshell Turtle”?

    Do You Know What is “Taiwanese Softshell Turtle”?

    Precious and Exclusive Meat from Taiwan Taiwanese softshell turtle (Pelodiscus Sinensis) is a well-known exclusive meat in Asia, its nourished nutrition provides comprehensive health benefits. The meat is recognized and proved for its medical healing effects in cardiac , heart, bones, metabolism and improve skin conditions. Sotftshell turtle meat is also a 'novel' protein source throughout the dog's evolution, it is very suitable for dogs with...
  • Pet Food Myth Busters #2: What is high proportion of fresh meat?

    Pet Food Myth Busters #2: What is high proportion of fresh meat?

    In order to meet with the actual biological needs, not only the content amount of protein, minerals, fat, vitamins, carbohydrate and water, but the formula emphasizes on whether can these nutrition be absorbed by the body properly and without causing burden to the body.
  • Words from our nutritionists : We don’t use any Soy, Wheat and Legumes

    Words from our nutritionists : We don’t use any Soy, Wheat and Legumes

    Soybeans, wheat, chickpeas, lentils, peas...etc are common ingredients in commercial pet foods. Legumes has a high cost / performance ratio in its protein source, however, due to 「GMO」,「Mycotoxin」and「Anti-nutritional factor」reasons, REAL POWER nutritionists team refuse to use the following : 1. Soybean Genetically Modified OrganismIt is still controversial to the health concern of GMO ingredients, in particular a high proportion of GMO soybeans. According to the USDA...
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