Honest Kitchen Pro-Bloom, 6 oz.
Pro Bloom is a shelf-stable instant goat's milk with digestive enzymes & probiotics. Pro Bloom is The Honest Kitchen's very own formulation of natural goat's milk plus probiotics and digestive enzymes, designed to nourish and nurture cats and dogs. It's ideal for growing puppies and general immune support at the gut level. Pro Bloom is human-grade and made in the USA from pasture-raised, free-ranging goat's milk in the Pacific Northwest. It's naturally free of pesticides, herbicides, growth hormones and antibiotics. Serve alone as a nourishing drink, pour on kibble for added moisture, or use to hydrate Honest Kitchen food.
"ProBloom is an innovative and healthy way to hydrate your pet while boosting their intestinal health" - Dr. Shawn 'The Natural Vet' Messonnier
Pro Bloom is human-grade and made in the USA from pasture-raised, free-ranging goat's milk in the Pacific Northwest. It's naturally free of pesticides, herbicides, growth hormones and antibiotics. With 5 million active probiotic cultures and a full spectrum of digestive enzymes added, Pro Bloom is wonderful for pets in need of digestive support. Probiotics are essential for proper immune system support at the gut level. Pro Bloom has a variety of other uses including: weaning puppies and kittens adding much needed moisture to kibble a palatable and nutritious treat replenishing healthy gut bacteria after a course of antibiotics How it's made The production of Pro Bloom, as with all our products, is a very delicate balancing act between food safety, the ability to actually sell an item in interstate commerce, and processing as minimally as possible. The fresh raw milk is pasteurized for safety and stability, but the whole point of Pro Bloom is that any enzymes and probiotics that are lost in the process are actually added back after the milk has been pasteurized and dehydrated. There are 5 billion live cultures in every cup of milk, and these are added to the goat's milk after drying. The way the milk is dried is much gentler than conventional high heat production of some milk products. It's a process called Refractance Window® Drying, which uses infrared and hot water to dry the milk below 70 C (158F). Independent testing by Washington State University has demonstrated that the drying method used for our milk gives superior color, flavor, aroma, and nutrient retention. Other methods of drying usually require much longer periods of exposed heat and higher temperatures, eliminating many of the valuable nutrients. Refractance Window Drying also has low environmental impact and uses less energy than conventional dried-milk production methods.