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Why Choose Whole Food Ingredients?

When the nutrients in a diet are provided individually through supplements and additives, our pets miss out on all of the many interactions between the food constituents in whole food.

When consuming whole foods, these interactions are significant and provide superior health benefits and improved longevity.

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Jacobs DR, Gross MD, Tapsell LC. Foodsynergy: an operational concept for understanding nutrition. Am J Clin Nutr 2009; 89 (suppl):154S-8S.

The key to reducing your pet's risk of developing an inflammation-based disease is to reduce the amount of processing in their diet.

Whole food ingredients allow us to cut an entire step of high-heat processing out of our manufacturing.

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van Rooijen C, et al. The Maillard reaction and pet food processing: effects on nutritive value and pet health. Nutrition Research Reviews 2013; 26: 130–148.

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Teodorowicz M, Hendriks WH, Wichers HJ, Savelkoul HFJ. Immunomodulation by processed animal feed: The role of Maillard Reaction Products and Advanced Glycation End-Products (AGEs). Front Immunol. 2018 Sep 13; 9: 2088

By avoiding highly processed ingredients, we can reduce inflammation and avoid the build up of Advanced Glycation End Products (AGEs), which cause tissue destruction and accelerate the natural aging process.

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van Rooijen C, et al. Quantitation of Maillard Reaction Products in Commercially Available Pet Foods. J. Agric. Food Chem. 2014; 62: 8883−8891

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Teodorowicz M, Hendriks WH, Wichers HJ, Savelkoul HFJ. Immunomodulation by processed animal feed: The role of Maillard Reaction Products and Advanced Glycation End-Products (AGEs). Front Immunol. 2018 Sep 13; 9: 2088

The pets who eat Rayne diets get their nutrients and micronutrients from real (close to their natural state as opposed to highly processed meals and powders) ingredients and consume fewer AGEs.

This is how we proactively use nutrition to prolong our pets' lives and help prevent other chronic, inflammation-based diseases.

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van Rooijen C, et al. The Maillard reaction and pet food processing: effects on nutritive value and pet health. Nutrition Research Reviews 2013; 26: 130–148.

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van Rooijen C, et al. Quantitation of Maillard Reaction Products in Commercially Available Pet Foods. J. Agric. Food Chem. 2014; 62: 8883−8891

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Teodorowicz M, Hendriks WH, Wichers HJ, Savelkoul HFJ. Immunomodulation by processed animal feed: The role of Maillard Reaction Products and Advanced Glycation End-Products (AGEs). Front Immunol. 2018 Sep 13; 9: 2088

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Information to Help You Get Started.

After you place your first order, our Customer Care team will reach out to your veterinarian to get approval for your order. If you have a written copy of your vet's recommendation already, please email us at info@raynenutrition.com with a photo attachment or ask your veterinary team to give us a call at 877-698-3823.

Free ground shipping is available once your cart subtotal (before applicable taxes) reaches a minimum of $60.

If your order is less than this amount, ground shipping costs start at $7.99 and operate on a sliding scale based on your cart subtotal.

Don't worry: our diets have been designed to be delicious and highly digestible - and palatability is guaranteed.

That being said, we are very familiar with sensitve pets and know what it is like trying to find a food that works for them. Call us at 877-698-3823 if you would like to discuss options such as having samples sent to your veterinarian.

A great way to save money on your pet's new food is by signing up for our auto-ship program. Not only do you get the convenience of never running out of food, but you also get 5% off all of your subscription orders. Also, be sure to subscribe to emails so you can be the first to hear of any other promotions.

One of the most important things you can do is to slowly transition your pet from their old food to their new Rayne diet. A gradual transition over ten days is usually sufficient. However, we frequently feed senstive pets at Rayne, and sometimes, they do need extra time and patience. Read more about how to stay the course and help your pet HERE.

1-877-698-3823 | info@raynenutrition.com

We have additional order and ingredient FAQs here, but if you prefer to converse rather than click, our team is happy to help!