1.5 ounce Jar of Brain Food for Dogs
Organic - Gluten Free - Non GMO - No Fillers
Brain Food gives your dog with a healthy serving of nutritional Bovine Brain.
Four Leaf Rover® Brain Food comes from the brains of grass-fed calves from New Zealand.
To retain the essential vitamins, minerals and nutrients, the brain is freeze-dried and not heat processed.
The bovine brain comes from grass-fed calves sourced in New Zealand ... where animals live in clean air and safe and robust pastures with world-leading biosecurity systems.
To be clear, we do not source our brain from Argentina as it's the world's largest user of glyphosate (Roundup).
NOTE: There has never been a case of mad cow disease (BSE) in New Zealand. The country practices national surveillance.
Free of pesticides, hormones and GMOs
Four Leaf Rover® Brain Food offers a wider range of healthy organs and glandulars for your dog.
Here's what you're dog will get from Brain Food's freeze-dried brain:
Every half teaspoon of Brain Food is the equivalent of 1.5 ounces of fresh, raw brain
You can give your dog Brain Food once a day. Simply mix it into your dog's food.
For dogs that struggle with allergies or immune issues, start with a 1/4 to 1/2 dose and work up to the full amount, or follow your vet's instructions.
Dogs 0 - 25 lbs: .............. 1/4 tsp daily
Dogs 26 - 50 lbs: ............ 1/2 tsp daily
Dogs 50 - 75 lbs: ............ 3/4 tsp daily
Dogs 76+ lbs: ..................... 1 tsp daily
Active Ingredients per 1,400 mg (1/2 tsp):
New Zealand brain (calf) .......................... 750 mg
Organic wild blueberries ........................... 450 mg
Organic lion's main mushroom extract ..... 200 mg
Inactive Ingredients: None
(No preservatives, fillers, binders or added flavorings)
Contains 30 Medium Dog servings.
The healthy dose of antioxidants from blueberries (called Anthocyanidins) can help protect brain cells from damage.
In one human study, it shows that eating berries improve cognitive function, blood flow to the brain and activated parts of the brain linked to cognitive function.*
*Bowtell et al Enhanced task-related brain activation and resting perfusion in healthy older adults after chronic blueberry supplementation 2017
There are tiny molecules in Lion's Man mushrooms that can cross the blood-brain barrier. It has long been considered neuroprotective and been dubbed the "smart" mushroom.
Lion's Mane contains two compounds that researchers believe grow and protect these two brain cells: hericenones and erinacines.
Research also shows that this "smart mushroom" reduces memory loss in mice* and prevents the amyloid plaques associated with Alzheimers disease.
*Mori et al Effects of Hericium erinaceus on amyloid β(25-35) peptide-induced learning and memory deficits in mice 2011
Add one scoop to your dog's meals daily to reap benefits: