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Autarky dog food

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Since foods like Orijen came across to the UK there has been a small rise in interest in feeding what has been termed an 'Ancestral Diet' to dogs, and this seems to have resulted in a few more brangs appearing, including Eden, offering what is essentially a food based on an 80:20 meat to veg and cereal free recipe which is much higher in protein and fat than the majority of foods available.

A recent DNA study has come to the conclusion that modern dogs are more adapted to eat diets containing starch than their wolf ancestors.


Recipes and ingredients

Difficult to criticise the ingredients which are pretty sound, it's more the thinking behind the 80:20 diet that needs investigating more fully, as dogs are not wolves any longer, and the science seems to suggest that genetic selection over generations has resulted in an animal which thrives on a diet more akin to human than wolf!

Be careful to introduce a food like this over a period of about a week, as it is far higher in protein and fat than regular dog foods.

Prices and value for money

At around £58 - £66 for 12kg this is very expensive indeed, and there are natural foods avaiable at almost half this price.


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Product examples

Eden 80:20 Fish Cuisine 15kg

Eden dog food


Freshly Prepared Salmon 23%, Dried Herring 21.5%, Sweet Potato 13%, Dried Fish (including seasonally available Cod, Haddock, Hake, Plaice and Pollock) 8%, Dried Salmon 8%, Freshly Prepared Trout 6%, White fish 6%, Salmon Oil 6%, Pea Fibre, Salmon Stock 1.5%, Lucerne, Chickpea, Coconut Oil 0.5%, Spinach, Carrot, Apple, Green Lipped Mussel 0.1%, Spirulina 0.1%, Rosehips, Burdock Root, Camomile, Aniseed & Fenugreek, Seaweed, Marjoram, Oregano, Parsley, Sage, Thyme,


Protein 41%,  Fat 18%, Fibre 3%

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