Fibersource

Category: Diet / Weight Loss



Fibersource Overview

Dietary fiber (British spelling fibre) or roughage is the portion of plant-derived food that cannot be completely broken down by human digestive enzymes.[1] It has two main components:[2] Soluble fiber – which dissolves in water – is readily fermented in the colon into gases and physiologically active by-products, such as short-chain fatty acids produced in the colon by gut bacteria;[1] it is viscous, may be called prebiotic fiber, ...

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Fibersource Use Vie Oesophagostomy Tubein Cats With Fractured Jaws And Skulls

I have been given some of this liquid food for use in a road accident pet cat who could not swallow following fractures to her jaw and skull. It passes along the fine oesophagostomy tube well; but what volume a day should the cat be receiving? ## I can only suggest you contact a veterinarian. Our information is only relevant to the use of medications and medical foods in humans, so I have no idea what amount is appropriate for a feline. In addition, it is probably going to differ, depending on the animal's age and weight. Have you consulted a vet?

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Fibersource Use Vie Oesophagostomy Tubein Cats With Fractured Jaws And Skulls
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