Canned food is a very convenient way for feeding pets. It is easy to ship, store, and feed. Many people argue it is superior. A research team from the University of Missouri Led by Dr. Cheryl Rosenfeld has uncovered that Bisphenol A (BPA) present in canned dog food has tripled the levels of BPA in the blood of dogs consuming the canned food within just two weeks. The switch to canned food has also has also affected the gut’s microbiome (the bacteria inside the dog’s gut) in a negative way (dysbiosis). The impact of BPA cannot be overestimated.

canned pet food triples BPA

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