Hi! I'm looking for carb free or seriously low carb foods with limited ingredients for my boy. I'm having a lot of trouble finding things especially within a price range I can afford, and since he's got food allergies we need to only give him products with one type of meat per meal so we can monitor him (as his allergy is in the process of diagnosis at this time) and limited ingredients. So far he's okay with chicken but not with fish so that's made it a little harder. Can anyone help me find something with preferably no grains or starches....or can someone help me learn how to make my own food for him? I'm happy to do it I just can't find anything without adding vitamins which doesn't make sense to me, if his natural diet is meat why do I have to add vitamins shouldn't I be feeding him enough that I don't have to add vitamins? Am I wrong? I just want him to be healthy and happy. Due to this allergy we switched his food as instructed by the vet and now he's got warning signs for T2D. The vet thinks it's no big deal but it really is, the food he gave him is awful. I wish we stopped it sooner but I thought it was only going to be for a couple of months and his allergy was so severe he had to go in for a surgery so I thought I was doing the right thing. Please help! Right now he's eating Delicare dry food and Applaws Chicken Breast but I want him to eat what he's supposed to eat for his health I just don't know what that is. EDIT: I am going through the food spreadsheet but I don't know what amount of carbs is considered low carb or is acceptable?