Renal Tuna Salad Cat Food: Maintenance for kidney disease
Amount Ingredient
4 cans Tuna Light tuna, canned in water without salt, drained solids
10 oz Chicken Liver pan-fried
5 large Eggs whole, fresh
1-1/2 cups White Rice long-grain enriched, uncooked
8 containers (6 oz) Yogurt whole milk, 8 gm protein / 8 oz
2-3/4 cups Sour Cream cultured
1/2 cup Flax Oil cold pressed
3/8 tsp Table salt

Base Deficits
(without Supplements)

Calcium 4938
Iron 36
Potassium 2736
Zinc 62
Copper 3.4
Manganese 5.3
Vitamin E 108
Thiamine 3.7
Choline 1028
Vitamin C 107
Suggested:
Centrum Adult 2-1/2 tablet
Jarrow's Zinc Balance 3 capsule
Calcium carbonate 2-3/8 tsp
Potassium citrate 1-1/4 tsp
Nature's Bounty Vitamin E 2 drop
Choline bitartrate 1 tsp

Required:
  Taurine 2000 mg

Recommended:
  Omega 3 DHA/EPA 2500mg
   (plus 10 IU vitamin E
   for each gram of fish oil)
Nutrient Percentages Minerals Vitamins Ingredients
Energy (kcal) 100 Calcium 149 Vitamin A 328 mcg White Rice
Energy kcal / gm 5.07 Iron 2.2 Vitamin E 2.4 mg Yogurt
Protein % 35 % Magnesium 13.9 Vitamin D 0.7 mcg Tuna
Energy from Protein 24 % Phosphorus 103 Thiamine 0.1 mg Sour Cream
Fat % 32 % Potassium 175 Riboflavin 0.3 mg Flax Oil
Energy from Fat 54 % Sodium 52 Niacin 3.7 mg Chicken Liver
Phosphorus % 0.5 % Zinc 2.1 Pantothenic Acid 1.3 mg Eggs
Calcium % 0.8 % Copper 0.1 Vitamin B6 0.2 mg Table salt
Ca:Phos Ratio 1.5 :1 Manganese 0.2 Folacin 69 mcg
Potassium % 0.9 % Selenium 21 Biotin 1.5 mcg
Sodium % 0.3 % Vitamin B12 2 mcg
Omega 6:3 Ratio 0.4 :1 Choline 60 mg
Omega 3 % 6 % Vitamin K 0.5 mcg
Carbohydrate % 30 % Vitamin C 3.3 mg
Fiber % 0.4 %
Sugars % 8.3 %
Portions in recipe 51

Values shown include the suggested supplements.
Nutrient percentages are calculated on a dry matter basis.
Moisture content and portion size may be determined
by weighing and measuring the finished recipe batch