perfecting our recipes indoors
Ryōken Instinct does not want to just make bold claims our nutrient breakdown is the clear choice for canine energy bars. We want to back this up with research and science.
After researching countless academic journals and results from published feeding trials, we were able to narrow down the optimal nutrient sources and combinations to replenish energy in active canines.
to prepare them for the outdoors
Dextrose is an easily digestible carbohydrate used for their quick energy release, which shows up in our bars organically and naturally in the form of superfoods (ie. Pumpkin, apple, blueberry, mushroom). These superfoods also aid in boosting the amount of antioxidants in our bars which help limit the impacts of oxidative damage and inflammation.
Our researched recipes also contain clean protein sources such as beef, lamb, pork, and fish, which help supply dietary protein for energy to promote muscle repair and regeneration. The parts of the livestock we use also contain amounts of glucosamine that help in hip and joint strengthening.
The higher traces of fat in our bars provide an optimal option for replenishing or sustaining energy on higher impact days. There is some scientific studies about the benefits of providing a digestible snack during work sessions to maintain performance.