Help adding Carna4 for Goats to Food Wizard

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  Tuesday, 26 April 2022
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Need to add Carna4 to diet need help with Food Wizard

1 Cup weighs 95.5 grams This is what I think needs to be entered but want to verify
Common Measure 1
Measure Kg
Measure Weight 1 Kilogram
Easy-Chew Goat Formula: 4,240 kcal/kg 4.24
8 fl oz Cup 405 Kcal
NUTRIENT Carna4 Goat (min. per kg – as fed) Goat per Kg Per Kilo
Crude Protein 29% 290.00 Gram
Crude Fat 15% 150.00 Gram
Crude Fiber 4% 40.00 Gram
Moisture 10% 100.00 Gram
Taurine 0.19% 1.90 Gram

NUTRIENT
Fatty Acids
Linoleic Acid 3.20% 32.00 Gram
Omega-3s 1.10% 11.00 Gram
Omega-6s 3.60% 36.00 Gram

Minerals & Essential Nutrients
Calcium 1.60% 16.00 Gram
Copper mg 14 mg 14.00 Mg
Iodine mg 2.1 mg 2.10 Mg
Iron mg 130 mg 130.00 Mg
Magnesium 0.14% 1.40 Gram
Manganese 26 mg 26.00 Mg
Phosphorous 1.00% 10.00 Gram
Ca:P Ratio 1.6:1 1.6:1
Potassium 0.80% 8.00 Gram
Sodium 0.33% 3.30 Gram
Zinc 200 mg 200.00 Mg

NUTRIENT Per KG as Fed
Vitamins
Vitamin A IU 15,000 15000.00 IU from Retinol
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) mg 6.9 mg 6.90 Mg
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) mg 6.7 mg 6.70 Mg
Vitamin B3 (Niacin) mg 40 mg 40.00 Mg
Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid) mg 24 mg 24.00 Mg
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) mg 7.0 mg 7.00 Mg
Vitamin B12 mg 0.23 mg 0.23 Mg
Choline mg 1,920 mg 1920.00 Mg
Vitamin D IU 1,200 IU 1200.00 IU alpha D
Vitamin E IU 360 IU 360.00 IU
5 months ago
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#3233
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Please enter the following into the Food Wizard (also note comments and assumptions):


Step 1 - Add Common Measure:
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Choose 'Per 100 grams'

Step 2 - Food Name:
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Name = Carna4 Easy-Chew Goat Dog Food

Step 3 - Macronutrients:
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Food Energy = 424 kcal
Protein = 29 g
Total Fat = 15 g
Carbohydrate = 38 g (by difference, based on 4 g ash assumption. Note that this number may change based on the true ash value.)
Fiber = 4 g
Ash = 4 g (this is an assumption, verify with manufacturer)
Water = 10 g

Step 4 - Amino Acids:
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Taurine = 0.19 g

Note: missing 12 important amino acids.

Step 5 - Fatty Acids:
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Linoleic Acid = 3.2 g

Omega 3 ? Ask manufacturer what fatty acids this represents.
Omega 6 ? Ask manufacturer what fatty acids this represents.

Step 6 - Minerals:
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Calcium = 1.6 g
Phosphorus = 1 g
Magnesium = 0.14 g
Potassium = 0.8 g
Sodium = 0.33 g

Iron = 13 mg
Copper = 1.4 mg
Zinc = 20 mg
Manganese = 2.6 mg
Iodine = 0.21 mg



Step 7 - Vitamins:
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Vitamin A = 1500 IU as Retinol
Vitamin D = 120 IU
Vitamin E = 36 IU as D-Alpha-tocopherol

Thiamin (B1) = 0.69 mg
Riboflavin (B2) = 0.67 mg
Niacin (B3) = 4 mg
Pantothenic Acid (B5) = 2.4 mg
Vitamin B-6 = 0.7 mg
Vitamin B-12 = 0.023 mg

Choline = 192 mg



The image below shows what the Food should look like in the Foods module.
5 months ago
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#3233
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Please enter the following into the Food Wizard (also note comments and assumptions):


Step 1 - Add Common Measure:
----------------------------
Choose 'Per 100 grams'

Step 2 - Food Name:
--------------------
Name = Carna4 Easy-Chew Goat Dog Food

Step 3 - Macronutrients:
------------------------
Food Energy = 424 kcal
Protein = 29 g
Total Fat = 15 g
Carbohydrate = 38 g (by difference, based on 4 g ash assumption. Note that this number may change based on the true ash value.)
Fiber = 4 g
Ash = 4 g (this is an assumption, verify with manufacturer)
Water = 10 g

Step 4 - Amino Acids:
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Taurine = 0.19 g

Note: missing 12 important amino acids.

Step 5 - Fatty Acids:
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Linoleic Acid = 3.2 g

Omega 3 ? Ask manufacturer what fatty acids this represents.
Omega 6 ? Ask manufacturer what fatty acids this represents.

Step 6 - Minerals:
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Calcium = 1.6 g
Phosphorus = 1 g
Magnesium = 0.14 g
Potassium = 0.8 g
Sodium = 0.33 g

Iron = 13 mg
Copper = 1.4 mg
Zinc = 20 mg
Manganese = 2.6 mg
Iodine = 0.21 mg



Step 7 - Vitamins:
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Vitamin A = 1500 IU as Retinol
Vitamin D = 120 IU
Vitamin E = 36 IU as D-Alpha-tocopherol

Thiamin (B1) = 0.69 mg
Riboflavin (B2) = 0.67 mg
Niacin (B3) = 4 mg
Pantothenic Acid (B5) = 2.4 mg
Vitamin B-6 = 0.7 mg
Vitamin B-12 = 0.023 mg

Choline = 192 mg



The image below shows what the Food should look like in the Foods module.
5 months ago
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#3234
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Note that Vitamin A, D, E, and choline have been corrected. Will post an image correction shortly.
5 months ago
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#3235
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The image above has been corrected.
5 months ago
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#3236
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I have the following for Vitamin A, D, E, and choline
Vitamin A 450.000021 mcg_RAE
Vitamin D 2.99999999988 mcg
Vitamin E 24.00000000732 mg Needs to be changed to 24.12 IU?
B12 .02 Needs to be changed to 23mcg?
Choline 192 mg
Just want to confirm before adjusting
Thank you
5 months ago
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#3237
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Hi Barbara. I have updated the image above. This time I let the Food Wizard generate the values rather than editing them by hand, as editing is error prone.

You can now compare your results to the image. They should be identical.
5 months ago
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Barbara. I would just like to make one further comment. This food item (Carna4) is not good to use for making balanced meals because of the missing amino acid and fatty acid values. You should really get these values (including Ash) from the manufacturer before using this food.
5 months ago
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Thank you I have reached out and they will send me the Amino Acids as soon as they have the updated results. I only add 1 Cup and have seen amazing results in stool and gut biome since I introduced it.
5 months ago
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You are very welcome, Barbara.
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