Spring Naturals Cat Dinners Receive Low Glycemic and Diabetic Friendly Certification


Following extensive testing, Spring Naturals’ super-premium line of dry dinners for cats has been certified low glycemic and diabetic friendly by the Glycemic Research Institute. The Glycemic Research Institute is an internationally accredited testing and certification organization.


“Receiving dual approval from this influential organization is very gratifying for everyone involved in building this brand,” said Rob Cadenhead, vice president of sales and marketing at Spring Naturals. “But it’s especially good news for parents of older and overweight cats.” 


Cat foods with a high glycemic index lead to elevated blood glucose levels, which can increase the risk of epilepsy, hypothyroidism, allergies, yeast infections, cancer and diabetes. Diets formulated with low glycemic ingredients are digested slower than high-glycemic foods, allowing all of the nutrients to be properly absorbed. When food is digested slower and the nutrients are properly absorbed, pets will remain fuller longer, which helps maintain weight control.  


The dry formulas submitted to the Glycemic Research Institute for testing were Spring Naturals Grain Free Turkey Dinner, Grain Free Turkey & Salmon Dinner, Grain Free Chicken Dinner, Grain Free Tuna & Chicken Dinner and Grain Free Tuna Dinner.

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