Research and Development
Nom Nom's R&D team is constantly at work discovering both scientific facts and interesting insights about our furry friends. See what we're up to here!
For the first time ever, Nom Nom’s R&D team conducted a scientific study to determine the digestibility of Nom Nom fresh diets in comparison to a high-quality kibble diet. Find out which diet has a higher digestibility and why this measure is very important for your pups!
All three of our probiotic supplements just completed a year-long evaluation of their product stability. Spoiler alert — across the board, our probiotics retained acceptable viable bacteria claims, all year long.
A new study published in January 2021 by Dr. Kelly Swanson, The Kraft Heinz Company Endowed Professor in Human Nutrition and a member of Nom Nom’s Scientific Advisory Board, is helping to prove how and why fresh food like ours is so advantageous for pet health.
The Nom Nom R&D team shares their thoughts on current research surrounding diet-associated DCM.
Calling all itchers, scratchers, biters and lickers. Learn about our upcoming study and join Nom Nom's R&D team in the fight against allergies.
In our recent study, Nom Nom scientists looked at the gut microbiome of dogs who switched from kibble to Nom Nom. The results further confirm how a fresh and healthy diet has such drastic positive effects on the gut health — and overall health — of dogs!
Plant foods are significant sources of essential vitamins and minerals for dogs. However, some dog parents view them as “fillers,” and recent diet trends limiting the intake of plant-based ingredients are increasingly common. Here, we show that plant foods are an important part of your dog’s diet, providing health benefits.
Based on data from more than 2,600 dogs and cats, we take a look at some health issues commonly seen in both species. Who is at higher risks?
When it’s time to feed your beloved pup, it’s all too easy to mindlessly scoop dry food into their bowl. But do you know whether they’re getting the right portion size?
Gastrointestinal (GI) diseases in pets include many different conditions such as gastritis, colitis, inflammatory bowel disease, and bacterial infections or overgrowth. These conditions are distinct and don't necessarily share the same risk factors or causes, nor are they treated using the same approaches. However, they do share many of the same general symptoms, such as vomiting, diarrhea and abdominal pain.
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