Select one of your pet's farvorite meat protein sources. (if you need help with this contact us) Choose a range free, no hormone, non-GMO feed fed and ground up buy your butcher.  Your pet companion's breed, mixture of breeds, age, sex and health will determine the amount/percentage of protein to use in your formulation.  




* 2 1/2 pouds of ground free range or organic meat

* 1 cup Kale

* handful of Cilantro

* 1/4 cup of Cranberries (dried or diced)

* !/5 cup pine nuts or chickseed 

2 tablespoons of Turmeric

* 4 Tabelspoons Hemp Oil

* 2 Tablespoons Apple Cider Vinegar

* 1 small beet




1. Boil water to steam the kale

2. Mix the meat and hemp oil together

3. Steam the kale til soft but not limp

4 Crush and steam the nuts/seeds and cranberries

5. Mix nut, cranberries & turmeric with the meat and oil

6, Steam kale and cilantro mix with the other ingredients

7. Grate the beet 

8. Mix in the apple cider vinegar

9, form into meal sized portions and freeze for future serving.


Kale is sometimes called borecole, one of the healthiest vegetables on the planet. Leafy green kale is available in curly, ornamental, or dinosaur varieties. It belongs to the Brassica family that includes cruciferous vegetables such as cabbage, collards, broccoli, and Brussels sprouts.


Here is why Kale is a superstar vegetable -- and ways for you to work it into your pets diet.

Kale is a Nutritional SuperFood

One half cup of chopped kale contains 17 calories and 12% of the daily value of calcium, 100% of vitamin A, 100% of vitamin C, and a whopping 243% of vitamin K. It is also a good source of minerals copper, potassium, iron, manganese, and phosphorus.


Kale’s health benefits are linked to the high concentration and excellent source of antioxidant vitamins A, C, and K -- and sulphur-containing phytonutrients. Kale is the go to veggie for detox and cleanse formulations. Kale is also rich in the eye-health promoting lutein and zeaxanthin compounds.

The secondary benefit of Kale is it's fiber content. Cruciferous kale binds bile acids and helps lower blood sugar levels helping manage diabetes.  (especially when kale is steamed instead of raw)


Beets are one of the most common foods to cleanse the liver with. They are high in antioxidants, dietary which absorb toxins and flush them out of the body.


Turmeric is a powerful spice with a long list of benifits from protecting against liver damage, encourage the regeneration of liver cells and increases natural bile production while keeping the body toxin free.







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