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Unlike ordinary rodent blocks, Henry's Healthy Blocks contain no high-carb ingredients like corn, fillers, or sweeteners, which can raise blood sugar, cause weight gain, and aren't part of your pet's natural diet. Henry's Healthy Blocks have a glycemic load of only .25 per block!
Pecans, whey protein isolate, wheat protein isolate, calcium carbonate, eggs, oat bran, baking powder, wheat flour, lecithin, phylloquinone (vitamin K), pure vanilla extract, potassium chloride, magnesium oxide, selenium, folic acid, ferrous sulfate (iron), cholecalciferol (vitamin D), manganese, zinc gluconate, d-alpha tocopheryl acetate (vitamin E), d-calcium pantothenate, niacinamide (niacin), vitamin A (50%beta-carotene), thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, pyroxidine hydrochloride (B-6), cyanocobalamin (B-12), biotin, copper, iodine, molybdenum.
Dehulled soybean meal, ground corn, ground wheat, wheat middlings, animal fat preserved with BHA, cane molasses, fish meal, ground oats, porcine meat meal, dehydrated alfalfa meal, dried beet pulp, wheat germ, brewers dried yeast, calcium carbonate, dried whey, salt, calcium propionate (a preservative), dicalcium phosphate, ground soybean hulls, menadione dimethylpyrimidinol bisulfite (source of vitamin K), choline chloride, dried yucca shidigera extract, corn gluten meal, DL-methionine, cholecalciferol (source of vitamin D3), vitamin A acetate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, d-alpha tocopheryl acetate (source of vitamin E), soybean oil, thiamin mononitrate, folic acid, nicotinic acid, calcium pantothenate, riboflavin, cyanocobalamin (source of vitamin B12), manganous oxide, zinc oxide, ferrous carbonate, copper sulfate, zinc sulfate, calcium iodate, cobalt carbonate.
Commercial pet foods are made with "feed grade" ingredients. These are low quality ingredients that can't be sold for human consumption because they don't meet "food grade" standards. Often, the waste materials from processing food for people--literally, the leftover stuff on the floor--is swept up and sold to be made into pet food. Read the label. If you wouldn't eat it, why feed it to your pet? Learn more about how to read the label on pet food.