My companion cat now insists on One Beyond and nothing else will do. I tried offering her a similar formulation in a different brand. When I served it to her, she just gave me a look of disgust and then walked over to the One Beyond bag. I tasted both, and don't see what the prob...
My companion cat now insists on One Beyond and nothing else will do. I tried offering her a similar formulation in a different brand. When I served it to her, she just gave me a look of disgust and then walked over to the One Beyond bag. I tasted both, and don't see what the problem is. But to her, it's a very big deal.
I notice several physical differences between other people's corn-fed cats and my food-fed cat. Their cats are bloated and their litter smells foul. My cat is lean, despite having as
much One Beyond available to her as she wants.
And there isn't that infamous stench to her "output." The reason is that the corn upsets a cat's system, thus the smell, but my cat doesn't get poisoned by the corn. I've seen the same dynamic at work with corn-fed vs. food-fed dogs, though the differences are not quite as dramatic.
Also note that, while the corn-based junk seems to be cheaper it actually costs more. Your pet must eat much more of the corn-based junk to get the same nutrition. Your pet will also "output" more; that means more litter changing by you (same problem for dog owners--your corn-fed dog will make much more dog "output" for you to clean up).
You save money on food with One Beyond, even though it costs more per pound. You further save money on vet bills and dealing with cat behavior problems, because you're not poisoning your cat with corn.
Thanks to this fine product, I have one very happy kitty. And she in turn makes me happy.
She is also proof that "you are what you eat" is true. Her coat is soft and beautiful, and she
maintains a lean, powerful physique (7.8 lbs). She's four years old, and her muscles ripple as she moves. People remark on how strong and powerful she looks. And she proves her feline power by doing six foot vertical leaps.
I don't control her portions; she eats as much as she wants. Because One Beyond contains no corn, she doesn't get the cravings that cause overeating. In fact, I first bought One
Beyond because it has no corn. A few other products also have no corn, but none have so captivated my kitty's loyalty as has One Beyond.
Cats, dogs, and humans cannot safely eat the corn grown in the USA today, because it is a potent endocrine modifier. It's a major contributor to the human obesity epidemic in the USA, and it's a major contributor to the rampant feminization of American males. Nor can we safely eat the meat of corn-fed beef or the eggs of corn-fed chickens.
Further, as European researchers have found, the RoundUp that's used in today's GMO corn (all commercial corn is GMO in the USA) is persistent. RoundUp is a powerful neurotoxin (it's what is killing off the bees). Anything that contains corn or corn solids or corn sweetener is causing brain damage to the pet or person who consumes it. It's small with each dose, but over time....
Feeding those corn-based poisons to a pet is just cruel. It's also a betrayal of the trust they place in you. Reward their trust by going corn-free. Reward their taste buds by going with One-Beyond. You'll have a happier, more beautiful cat. I see the proof of this every day.
Don't ask your vet about corn vs. non-corn, as your vet (like your human doctor) does not have much in the way of nutritional training and is not an endocrinologist. Veterinarians are fine people, but they don't know about nutrition. Like human doctors, they give wrong answers on nutrition with a tone of authority. You can find some research on this issue in Ted Kerasote's book Pukka's Promise. Or, you can feed your cat One Beyond and you will see--and smell-- the difference for yourself.