Little bit of interesting information here, you might be surprised. I know I was, even knowing the crap they put in processed food. Ready?
Here's just a partial list:
§ 573.180 Anhydrous ammonia.
§ 573.225 1,3-Butylene glycol.
§ 573.360 Disodium EDTA.
§ 573.380 Ethoxyquin in animal feeds.
§ 573.400 Ethoxyquin in certain dehydrated forage crops.
§ 573.460 Formaldehyde.
§ 573.540 Hydrolyzed leather meal.
§ 573.740 Odorless light petroleum hydrocarbons.
§ 573.880 Normal propyl alcohol.
§ 573.900 Pyrophyllite.
§ 573.914 Salts of volatile fatty acids.
Getting the idea? CLICK HERE to see the whole list
In case you've bee thinking about radiation poisoning lately, processed pet food already contains radiation:
Ionizing radiation for treatment of complete diets for animals may be safely used under the following conditions:
(a) Energy sources. Ionizing radiation is limited to:
(1) Gamma rays for sealed units of the radionuclides cobalt-60 or cesium-137.
(2) Electrons generated from machine sources at energy levels not to exceed 10 million electron volts.
No need to wonder why so many animals are dying of cancer...just add fluoride, chlorine and tons of synthetic cleaners, fragrances, etc to the mix and figure it out.
AND just so you know, natural foods that are particularly nutrient dense, such as pollen, composted sea vegetation, sea salt, omega-3 fatty acids, various biologically active phytonutrients (dozens of these have been discovered and their proven effectiveness has created a class of beneficial ingredients known as nutraceuticals) and even some organic ingredients cannot be used because they are not "approved."
Even though it has been proven that the amino acid, L-carnitine, may be deficient in processed pet foods, it has been forbidden. Proteoglycans such as glucosamine and chondroitin and other ingredients such as collagen, all of which have been proven to help prevent and alleviate arthritic conditions, have also been black listed.
Does it seem like somebody wants to keep our pets very, very sick?