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My cat is half her original size!

January 10, 2018
Category: Feline/Canine Obesity
Happy New Year to all of you at Young Again Pet Food. I am very happy with the results for my kitty cat Leona. She used to weigh 19+ pounds and the fat has melted away to a 8 pound kitty cat. Thanks! Carol S. Continue reading
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Overweight, diabetic cat in remission and 8 lbs. lighter.

December 26, 2017
Category: Feline Diabetes

"This is my Romeo. He was diagnosed on Nov 2 with diabetes he’s now in remission after losing 8#.   He was a whopping 22 #. Thanks to Young Again, the Zero Mature food helped put him in remission. Thanks Young Again."   Cecilia H.

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Tags: Feline/Canine Obesity
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Cola, Hong Kong Remission Cat

November 08, 2017
Category: Feline Diabetes

"This is my cat Cola. She is 17 years old and diagnosed with diabetes since 2015. We had to give her insulin twice a day and switch to different kinds of can food but didn't get any better. Until 2017 we switch her to Young Again ZERO Mature. There is no Young Again pet food for sale in Hong Kong, so we FedEx the cat food from Singapore. Since then, her needed for insulin is getting less and less. From one time a day, to one time every other day, then one time every 3 days. After almost 3 years old diabetic battle, she is going into kind of... Continue reading

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7 year old rescue in diabetic remission with YA

November 06, 2017
Category: Feline Diabetes
“We adopted our diabetic cat Babygurl from the shelter a year ago. Even with the transition to low carb wet food, she still needed a low dose of insulin 2x/day to maintain her blood glucose. Only 3 weeks on this food and her blood glucose was normal this morning!!!!! I can hardly believe it. Thank you so much! I will be sharing the information about your product with our vet at her next checkup!  She already looks much nicer since she has been on your food. Her coat is thicker, shiny and more luxurious. This is an older pic I had.”... Continue reading
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Chino is beautiful and healthy thanks to Young Again ZERO Mature

September 06, 2017
Category: Feline Diabetes

"Here is Chino (Cream British Shorthair) looking beautiful and healthy thanks to Young Again Mature ZERO food. He was diagnosed with diabetes last November and was immediately put on twice daily insulin shots. We were also told to stop all dry food and change to a lower carb wet food. This would be an expensive and not entirely complete treatment for his diabetes as his glucose numbers were only somewhat under control.


I happened to see Young Again Pet Food mentioned on one of the online cat groups I belong to and I went to the we... Continue reading

Tags: Feline/Canine General Health
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I wanted to let you know it potentially will extend the quality of life for ferrets with insulinoma.

September 01, 2017
Category: Young Again Testimonials

Hello, a few months ago, I spoke with you about how I was curious about how adding your ZERO food to the diet of my ferret with insulinoma would affect him. I am ecstatic to report that a week ago, for the first time since October 2016, his BG was well in the normal range for ferrets (100 mg/dL). His medications have not been adjusted, so that means a dietary change influenced the increase. He usually averages in the mid 70's. I know you have seen regression of diabetes in the cats that eat this food, but I wanted to let you know it pote... Continue reading

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I have a fat kitty. She always makes me feel so guilty that I give in to her demands and she just gets bigger and bigger. What can I do?

August 01, 2017
Category: Feline Free-Feeding and Transitioning

We hear this all the time. Most cats are experts at getting us to do what they want. However, most cats can easily self-regulate their food intake and will not maintain excess weight when they are fed a proper carnivore diet.
 
Cat foods that contain more than 6% starch (most cat foods contain more than 20% starch) digest differently than foods that contain predominately animal protein and fat. Your cat is a carnivore and has no nutritional requirement for starch/carbohydrates; they thrive on meat. Basically... Continue reading

Tags: Feline Behavior Feline Canine Obesity
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I have a fat kitty. She always makes me feel so guilty, I give into her demands and she just gets bigger and bigger.

August 01, 2017
Category: Feline/Canine Obesity
We hear this all the time. Most cats are experts at getting us to do what they want. However, most cats can easily self-regulate their food intake and will not maintain excess weight when they are fed a proper carnivore diet.


Some cats will eat whatever food you place in front of them and then beg for more. Some of us have a hard time looking into those pleading eyes and we give in to their demands. This back and forth between cat and care giver can be hard on both parties and decisive action needs to be taken to break thi... Continue reading
Tags: Feline/Canine General Health
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I have an older, newly diagnosed diabetic cat who has had issues with severe constipation; sometimes requiring an enema and therefore have only fed canned food. This makes me hesitant about trying your product. Thoughts?

July 28, 2017
Category: Feline Poopology/Diarrhea

We have had many calls like yours and have never seen our food increase constipation in any cat. Even cats with mega colon do well on our foods. Since you have been feeding on a schedule I might start our food off the same way and then when all is stable go to free choice feeding. Our foods contain less than 1% starch and normal cats will drink the right amount of water and will remain fully hydrated. Starch actually causes cats to reduce their water consumption and that can lead to concentrated urine and less moisture in the stool. If yo... Continue reading

Tags: Feline Diabetes
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My cats suffer from significant gingivitis. Do you have foods for cats who need a dental support diet?

July 26, 2017
Category: Feline/Canine General Health

It is a common misconception that chewing of a crunchy food will clean a cat's teeth. Your cat's teeth are pointed, so they split the food like a pick on ice. Only the point is cleaned and the food never scrapes along the sides of the pointed teeth. Instead, the food fractures into small pieces and lodges between the teeth and gums. The lodged food particles foster bacteria and produce plaque and tarter which lead to gum disease. Starch and sugars are often the main growing media for plaque and most dental foods contain up to 30% starch. Continue reading

Tags: Feline Behavior
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I will keep my cats on Young Again as long as it keeps Jake happy, healthy, and symptom-free.

July 21, 2017
Category: Young Again Testimonials

My cat Jake used to get horrible eosinophilic plaques (oval skin leasions) on a near-constant basis. He was on course after course of prednisolone, and started becoming resistant to it. After a trip to a veterinary dermatologist, we put him on Atopica, which definitely worked for a while to keep his symptoms in check. But the medicine is expensive, and for health reasons, it's not something I wanted to keep him on indefinitely, despite the dermatoligest vet saying it would be just fine to do so. Plus Jake became increasingly difficult to med... Continue reading

Tags: Feline Canine General Health
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Mia my diabetic has transitioned to free feeding. My boy Ollie likes all food a lot and is now only on the ZERO Mature. Between the old food and the new food he has put on too much weight and is now peeing larger amounts. Thoughts?

July 20, 2017
Category: Feline Free-Feeding and Transitioning

I would body score your cat. If you google body scoring of cats you will find some good charts to go by. Then monitor him for a while and determine if he is putting on muscle or body fat. The first place fat deposits on a cat is the belly section. It is normal for many cats to gain muscle the first couple of months on our foods. Body scoring will show you the difference.


Do you have at least 2 bowls of food out? Is each bowl of food (a water bowl should always accompany each food bowl) in a different room? Are the rooms you have... Continue reading

Tags: Feline Crystals Stones
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Can my cat’s blood glucose drop too low if I feed your high protein, low or no starch food?

July 17, 2017
Category: Feline Diabetes

No, your cat’s blood glucose level will not drop too low on our foods. The only way you can force a low blood glucose is to inject too much insulin. Meat protein is what your cat was meant to consume and is the best and healthiest choice for them.


Your cat has no nutritional requirement for starch or carbohydrates in their daily diet. Starch digests much faster than protein and can rapidly increase your cat’s blood glucose (BG). All cats are obligate carnivores and can easily convert protein directly into BG. The conversio... Continue reading

Tags: Feline Canine Nutrition
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Then for the first time in years, he jumped up onto the table to bask in his favorite sunny spot. He acted YOUNG AGAIN!

July 14, 2017
Category: Feline/Canine General Health

I have always made sure that I fed my two cats the best food available. I have switched brands over the years as I read and learned more. Naturally, they are fussy and it has been expensive buying brand after brand to see which they eat and which they outright reject. I recently switched to Young Again ZERO and I have finally found kibble that I know is the best and that they will eat. This is what sold me. My older cat used to be able to jump up on the table but the last few years he has been unable to. After switching, I was surprised to s... Continue reading

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What is the digestibility of the protein and amino acids in your cat food? What is the absorption level of the protein by my cat and how much protein is my cat actually receiving each day?

July 13, 2017
Category: Feline/Canine Nutrition

The overall protein digestibility of our foods will generally be in excess of 97% and all of the amino acids we use have a protein digestibility of 99%.


We balance the protein level and the amino acid profile of our foods to the body composition of a juvenile mouse. Lysine, tryptophan and taurine are added to meet that amino acid profile. Our dry matter analysis for protein runs roughly 58% for our ZERO foods and all of the protein is from animal sources. Our food will have the highest level of amino acids appropriate for your ca... Continue reading

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After switching, I was surprised to see him act more playful. Then for the first time in years, he jumped up onto the table to bask in his favorite sunny spot. He acted YOUNG AGAIN!

July 06, 2017
Category: Young Again Testimonials

I have always made sure that I fed my two cats the best food available. I have switched brands over the years as I read and learn more and more. Naturally they are fussy and it has been expensive buying brand after brand to see which they eat and which they outright reject. I recently switched to Young Again Zero Grain and I have finally found kibble that I know is the best and that they will eat. This is what sold me. My older cat used to be able to jump up on the table but the last few years he has been unable to. After switching, I was su... Continue reading

"Because I did my own research and bought Young Again Zero we never had to buy a second order of insulin or syringes. Essentially, Young Again saved my cat."

June 30, 2017
Category: Feline Diabetes

"My cat Milo was also diagnosed with diabetes and the vet recommended the RX brand food. I did my own research on carbohydrate levels in the RX brand foods and found they were still over and above 10% carbs per serving. When I ran across Young Again Zero through a Google search, I was a little taken aback by the price but I can honestly tell you now, it made ALL the difference.


My Milo has not been on insulin for 10 solid months. I will not use any other brand of food for him because I'm a firm believer that diet makes a complete... Continue reading

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What are your thoughts on my Vet's comment below? “This diet is a big change for all the kiddos... consider for the others a gradual transition to new food to decrease GI disturbances.... going cold turkey to such a low carb diet may cause diarrhea.”

June 28, 2017
Category: Feline Free-Feeding and Transitioning

The suggestion from your Vet applies more to cats that are being switched from one plant rich diet to another. It usually takes about ten days for the cat’s digestive tract to grow a new set of gut bacteria to help process the new plant products. Our ZERO foods do not contain plant products so the adjustment period will not be the same. Animal proteins and fats are, for the most part, digested enzymatically by your cat and gut bacteria plays a much smaller role in the digestion of a truly carnivore food. Think of it this way; if a cat consum... Continue reading

Tags: Feline Poopology Diarrhea

Because I did my own research and bought Young Again ZERO, we never had to buy a second order of insulin or syringes.

June 27, 2017
Category: Young Again Testimonials

"My cat Milo was also diagnosed with diabetes and the vet recommended the RX brand food. I did my own research on carbohydrate levels in the RX brand foods and found they were still over and above 10% carbs per serving. When I ran across Young Again Zero through a Google search I was a little taken aback by the price but I can honestly tell you now, it made ALL the difference. My Milo has not been on insulin for 10 solid months. I will not use any other brand of food for him because I'm a firm believer that diet makes a complete difference i... Continue reading

Tags: Feline Diabetes
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I have an older overweight male kitty and I am awaiting samples from you for him to try. Could I just take away his old food and replace it with your food? Will this quick change over affect how he digests and metabolizes the new food?

June 23, 2017
Category: Feline Free-Feeding and Transitioning

Yes, the best way to transition to Young Again foods is to just replace his existing food with ours as long as he eats our food within 12 hours. His stool will be normal unless he overeats our food. If he does overeat our food, his stool will soften and have the consistency of mashed potatoes. This is not harmful and will correct as he learns to eat the proper amount of our nutrient-rich food. Most cats take only a few days to figure out how much of our food to eat, while others can take several weeks. He will metabolize our food just fine.... Continue reading

Tags: Feline Behavior Feline Canine Nutrition Feline Canine Obesity
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