Updated: Oct 23
Raw fermented milk is a good source of probiotics, what every gut requires for healthy gut flora
Naturally has over 200 species of healthy bacteria
Over 60 different raw enzymes
Good bacteria is enhanced by fermentation of raw dairy
Billions of living thriving bacteria (probiotics) after fermentation
Most lactose-intolerant can tolerate raw fermented milk, as probiotic bacteria consumes milk sugars, leaving virtually no lactose behind
Raw diary is great for pets. It naturally contains more than 200 species of healthy bacteria, something the gut uses to help support the
body in optimum health. This good bacteria is further enhanced by fermenting the raw dairy. The fantastic result: our Kure Raw Fermented Milks contain billions upon billions of living, thriving bacteria (probiotics) per ounce. The other good news: most pets that are lactose intolerant can tolerate raw fermented milk. Here’s why: with all commercial milks, pasteurization damages the enzyme lactase, which is required to digest lactose. Raw milk contains perfectly healthy and intact lactase enzymes, allowing for the ability to fully digest milk with ease. Using fermentation, instead of pasteurization, means the milk sugars (lactose) will be nearly completely consumed by its probiotic bacteria, leaving virtually no lactose behind
Kure Pet Food's raw milks are abundant in enzymes: there are more than 60 different enzymes in raw milk, including lactase, which is the enzyme responsible for the digestion
of lactose. This means you can always trust our fermented milk products to be a great form of digestible lactose.
Another reason we choose to ferment our milks: did you know that when proteins like meats or milks are pasteurized or cooked (subjected to heat or pressure), they actually become denatured? When this occurs, and this altered milk food is fed to the dog or cat, the pet’s immune system may not recognize the proteins. This in turn produces an unwanted inflammatory response, such as the inflammation associated with common issues like
arthritis or asthma.
Processing foods by pasteurization (HPP) in this manner can also lead to leaky gut, a condition in which large proteins are passing through the permeable intestines into the pet’s blood stream, creating globulins, which in turn can be a root cause of further inflammation. We’ll never subject our cleanfood to high pressure pasteurization. For the wellbeing of all our pets, we’ll always choose the multiple health benefits of fermentation instead.