Thank you for your recent e-mail. Please click on this link for the PDF of the label for the UnCanny's™: http://www.wysong.net/products/documents/labels/legacy2/UNCANNY.pdf
. The only current
analysis values available for the UnCanny's™ are printed on the label.
Also, Wysong does not recommend feeding pets based upon percentages of components of food, even for those with specific health conditions. Ancestors of today's pets thrived for thousands of years by eating a varied, natural diet; not by calculating the exact amount of each component in their food. Minute percentages are inconsequential when feeding a varied/rotated diet, which would include not only healthy diet choices, but also fresh meats, fruits and vegetables. I have attached an article that further explains the myth behind feeding pets based upon percentages of food components (Does my pet need a percent of something).
UnCanny™ diets are very new and are comprised of unique ingredients processed in a unique way and that is the reason a more complete analysis is not yet available. I will contact you when it is. For diabetes you might also consider the Epigen™ line which is starch free See: www.wysongepigen.net
Even when such analytical information is available, we stand behind our previous comments about the unwise practice of attempting to feed by percentages. Nutrition is not a completed science anymore than chemistry, physics, or biology are. That means nobody knows for certain what exact percentages any particular creature needs for optimal health (see: http://www.wysong.net/pet-health-and-nutrition/the-100-percent-complete-pet-food-myth.php
). When given a choice between trusting nature or trusting arbitrary percentages, the former is the best course.
This advice is not to "hide" anything, it is to impart understanding of health fundamentals. Without this, people are simply tossed to and fro with the latest ingredient do or don't and latest "official" percentage requirements. Meanwhile, the chronic degenerative diseases keep marching on for both humans and animals.
Felines in the wild eat primarily herbivores and by consuming their ingesta they are eating all the things a herbivore may eat--fruits, vegetables, seeds, grass, etc.-- albeit in small amounts (as in UnCanny™).
We would agree that varying the diet and feeding raw meats and organs is wise. Wysong originated the concept and has taught it for some 35 years.