Genesis 1:29 for Your Dog

All the Benefits that apply to Humans also apply to your dog.
Blood Sugar, Cholesterol, Cardiac Health, Inflamation and Pain Relief, Digestion, Weight Control, Protection from Cancer and Nervous System Protection.

Feed according to the schedule below to give your dog the Vitamins, Minerals, Fibre, Amino Acids and Omega 3 Fatty Acids required. Whats more because they are from a natural source these nutrients are easily assimilated in your pets system because of all the enzymes and cofactors that have evolved with the plants. In addition these seeds will have a suite of many other naturally balanced nutrients that work together. Compare this to the single nutrient chemical pills that are often taken and excreted without being assimilated.  
Your puppy will be jumping out of his/her skin!

Dog Weight Amount Genesis 1:29/ Day
 5kg 1 Heaped Teaspoon Enough for 200 Days
10kg   1 Tablespoon Enough for 100 Days
15kg   1.5 Tablespoons Enough for  75 Days
20kg 2 Tablespoons Enough for  50 Days
30kg   3 Tablespoons Enough for  33 Days

There are many articles on the Internet about the value of these seeds in your dogs diet.
Here is an example article in the Animal Wellness Magazine >

If your Dog is Diabetic...  Genisis 1:29 is a very helpful addition to your dogs health and diet. Very good as dog food as dogs love eating it! This is a low GI, Low Carbohydrate and High Protein Food.

NB; These super seeds are great sources of natural Magnesium. Magnesium is very important for Dogs and Cats because many illnesses lead to Magnesium Deficiency which in turn causes muscle weakness, irregular heartbeat, and nervous system problems.
Here are some of the functions Magnesium is required for:
Muscle and nerve function: Helps regulate muscle contractions & supports transmission of nerve impulses.
Energy production: Involved in the process of converting food into energy. It plays a key role in the production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP), which provides energy to cells.
Bone health: Works with calcium and vitamin D to support bone density and strength.
Heart health: Involved in maintaining a regular heartbeat. It helps regulate the contraction and relaxation of the heart muscles and supports overall cardiovascular function.
Blood pressure regulation: Influences the dilation and constriction of blood vessels.
Blood sugar control: Involved in insulin function and helps regulate blood sugar levels. It contributes to the metabolism of carbohydrates.
DNA and RNA synthesis: Essential for the synthesis of DNA and RNA, the genetic material in cells.
Protein synthesis: Involved in the synthesis of proteins, which are essential for the structure and function of cells.
Electrolyte balance: Helps maintain electrolyte balance in the body, working alongside other minerals like sodium, potassium, and calcium.
Nervous system function: Helps to ensure nerve transmission, thereby playing a role in muscle coordination. Hormone secretion: I function of hormones.