Ingredient Database:
corn oil

Simple Definition: Oil extracted from the germ (reproductive part) of corn.

Our Comments:

This is used in margarines, cooking oils, and as a biodiesel. It is cheaper than other vegetable oils. Corn oil should be less harmful to carnivores than other corn products, as it is composed of fatty acids rather than carbohydrates.

Categories this ingredient falls under:

Corn: Corn is one of the cheapest ingredients that can be added to a pet food, and as such it can often be an indicator of low quality. It is high in carbs, some people report that it is common for pets to have allergies or sensitivities to corn.

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