We all now know that there are some beneficial food, or else so-called superfoods super foods that contain beneficial nutrients for the human body.
What we do not yet know is whether it is right to give to our dog food such!
So, according to British veterinarians, human super foods can help you and your dog to fight disease, increase your energy, to protect and maintain the good health of your organization.
Super foods that will benefit you and your dog:
The goji (berry of happiness) usually found in dried form and look like red raisins. It is rich in vitamin C, vitamin A, fiber and low in calories. Because containing amino acids and antioxidants, prevent the growth of cancer cells, reducing blood glucose, and help to reduce cholesterol.
You can use them as “rewards” instead of sweets or other packaged products on the market.
Kefir is a milk product, a fermented. Essentially provides proteins, carbohydrates, fats, calcium, magnesium (important minerals for a healthy nervous system) and phosphorus as vitamins A, B12, B1 and C. It also contains biotin which helps in the assimilation of other vitamins of group B of the body . Considered one of the most beneficial and cost-effective ways to increase the good bacteria in your intestinal tract, has antibiotic and antifungal properties, anti-inflammatory effect, it helps to prevent colon cancer, has a stimulating effect on the immune system and more.
It is a rich source of minerals, contain vitamin K, vitamin E, B vitamins, phytosterols, L-tryptophan and is a good source of zinc.
Studies have shown that when the pumpkin seeds added to the dog’s diet, they managed to have the same anti-inflammatory effects of medicinal products, but without the unwanted side effects that are contained in commercial preparations.
Blueberries blueberries or otherwise, the year, contain powerful antioxidants, manganese, vitamins C, E and K. It is a rich source of fiber.
They help in proper brain function,
They contribute to the reduction of blood pressure,
Protect the heart,
It seems that can prevent cancer of the colon,
Protective against ovarian cancer
Enter blueberries in your dog’s diet gradually, so as not to create intestinal problems due to large quantities.
Use as “rewards” instead of sweets or other packaged products on the market, increasing the antioxidants in the body of your dog!