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Pineapple -Immune system health, aids  in digestion. Contains: vitamin C, along with thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin B6, and folate. Pineapple is also full of minerals, including manganese, copper, potassium, magnesium, iron, and small amounts of calcium, phosphorous, and zinc, high in fiber. Bromelain, a component found in pineapple contains anti-inflammatory properties .For dogs in particular, bromelain also seems to have a very mild anthelmintic effect. Bromelain can help relieve some of the pain associated with arthritis. Plus, its high vitamin C content also served to protect joint cartilage, build immunity and strengthen collagen in the joints. The same enzymatic properties that break down protein also destroy the outside tissue of canine hookworms. Pineapples in particular have loads of powerful antioxidants. These include flavonoids, phenolic acids, vitamin C and manganese. Thanks to these compounds, eating pineapple helps your pet fight infection, viruses, and bacteria, as well as helping with cellular regeneration and preventing chronic diseases. 

This is one of the latest findings on the benefits of pineapples for dogs, so it’s still in the early stages of research. A study found that a fish-based diet, paired with pineapple and ginseng, significantly improved chronic ear infections in dogs!

Beetroot - Beets are packed with a range of vitamins and minerals Vitamins A and C, for example, are helpful for vision and immune system, while Vitamin B6 can maintain a healthy metabolism aiding indigestion. The high magnesium levels in beetroot are great for athletic lifestyle, as it is essential for muscle function and growth.

Iron, of course, is the mineral that beetroot is most well-known for, and it can help with cardiovascular and respiratory health. Beets are also helpful in keeping your dog’s skin and coat healthy and shiny. And with their low caloric content, beets may help your pet in reaching his ideal body weight.

Several recent studies show the potential for the role of beets in combating the growing rates of dementia and Alzheimer’s. One particular study showed that the nitrate contained within beets might be a secret weapon in brain defence. Beets are one of the biggest sources of dietary nitrate. Upon ingestion of nitrate,  blood flow both increases and improves.

 

Sweet Potato - Sweet potatoes provide an excellent source of dietary fiber, which helps the digestive system function more effectively. Eating fiber on a regular basis lowers the risk of heart disease and certain types of cancers. Sweet potatoes are also low in fat and rich in vitamins A, B6, C, calcium, potassium, and iron (each play a vital role in overall wellness). For example, vitamin A is essential for maintaining healthy eyes, muscles, nerves, and skin. And vitamin C is essential for a properly functioning immune system. Studies have found that dogs, just like humans, show greater resistance to disease and have a better chance of recovery from injuries or illness when supplemented with vitamin C.

 

Dragon Fruit Pink Full of vitamins which improves and maintains a strong immune system. Aid in the reduction of inflammation. Vitamin C. Antioxidants prevent oxidation from happening in cells therefore is helps fight against free radicals which aid in helping their cells from damage, Low calorie fruit. Contains fatty acids such as omega 3 and 9. High in fiber. Calcium is essential for the development of your pets bones and teeth, and dragon fruit is bursting with this important nutrient. the minerals in dragon fruit help hemoglobin to transport oxygen in the blood, ensuring the right amount is supplied to your dog’s organs. This gives your dog the energy they need and prevents anemia.

Mixed Berry - See strawberry Raspberry and Blueberry

Manuka Honey 

Antibacterial, antifungal and Antiviral;. Manuka Honey is probiotic support for gut health, boosting the good bacteria in your pet. Manuka Honey is ideal in strengthening your pets immune system, with

anti- inflammatory properties reducing inflammation.

Carrot Orange -Carrots contain essential vitamins and minerals like beta carotene (which the body converts to vitamin A), vitamin K, potassium and more. Low in Fat. They have been shown to aid in eye health in low light situations and play a role in prevention of macular degeneration. Contains antioxidants that can help in cancer prevention. Antioxidants which help reduce inflammation. Contain fiber.

 

 

Strawberry - Strawberries are full of healthy vitamins, fibre and antioxidants that can boost your pets health. Strawberries are a  low-calorie, sweet treat, like blueberries, strawberries represent one of the best antioxidants, so they are ideal for maintaining the health of your pet’s skin and preventing cellular oxidation. Strawberries are rich in manganese and potassium. While very different both of these are essential for many cellular functions. In fact, potassium in particular is key to regulate blood pressure, ensure muscle health and keep the brain functioning. They are highly beneficial for their bones and have diuretic and digestive properties that improve their intestinal transit. Strawberries can also help whiten your pets’ teeth. 

 

Pear -healthy snack, full of vitamin C, vitamin A, and fiber. Vitamin C Niacin (vitamin B3) Pyridoxine (vitamin B6) Beta-carotene Thiamine (vitamin B1) Folate (vitamin B9) Riboflavin (vitamin B2) Pears also contain minerals such as: Potassium Calcium Iron Sodium Magnesium. Beneficial for the heart: due to the high concentration of fiber, pears help to keep the heart healthy, preventing heart disease. In addition, they help to reduce blood pressure and cholesterol levels. Protects eyesight: thanks to its elevated levels of vitamins, pears can help prevent macular degradation linked to aging. Maintains stable sugar levels: pears have a low glycaemic index which can help control blood glucose levels. Healthy Snack: Pears are low in calories and rich in nutrients, satisfy your dog’s hunger without affecting its weight.

 

Blueberries. One of the most outstanding properties of blueberries is their high antioxidant content, being one of the best fruits to prevent the appearance of diseases related to the heart in our pet. Blueberries are rich in Vitamin C which has been tied to collagen production and a healthy skin barrier [2]. This means that if your pet suffers from flaky skin or a dull coat, increasing their Vitamin C intake might help. Vitamin K is an essential micronutrient that is still pretty difficult to add to your dog’s diet. According to research, Vitamin K is key in maintaining healthy blood clotting processes, regulating blood calcium levels and preventing calcium loss  This means that making sure young pets get enough Vitamin K could make their bones stronger in the long run! Luckily, blueberries have a significant amount of Vitamin K that can be difficult to find through other sources.

 

Spinach.  Many of the nutrients pets need to stay healthy are found in spinach. It is a fantastic source of protein, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, vitamin A, folate, fiber, phosphorus, and thiamine. Spinach is also rich in vitamins B, C, and K, as well as antioxidants, beta-carotene, and dietary fiber. These nutrients not only strengthen your dogs’ immune systems but also promote a healthy digestive system. Having healthy eyes is one of the health benefits that your dog could get from eating spinach. This veggie contains vitamins A and antioxidants, such as lutein and zeaxanthin, that support good eyesight. The leafy veggie also has fat-soluble pigments that enhance a dog’s ability to recognize dark and light.

Spinach contains Vitamin K for strong bones and a healthy heart. This essential nutrient also aids in blood clots and protects your pet against bone and heart diseases. Recent studies show that spinach helps against cancer in animals due to its vitamins, minerals, omega-3 fatty acids contents, and antioxidant properties. It also contains folate or vitamin B-9, which is vital in forming red and white blood cells, DNA synthesis, and other metabolic functions.

 

Pumpkin. Great Natural hair ball treatment. Pumpkin is given as a digestive aid. It helps soo and regulate the digestive system. .Can help make stools more solid and regular if your pet has diarrhea. The fiber acts as a prebiotic to promote the growth of good bacteria in the gut. On the flip side, a pet suffering from constipation may gain some relief from pumpkin, as it can ease mild to moderate constipation.

Pumpkin contains a few vitamins and minerals that are good for dogs, too. They include:

Vitamin A: important for brain and eye development as well as immune system function

Vitamin C and Vitamin E: antioxidants that help combat free radicals, which are harmful agents that can trigger abnormal cell growth

Potassium: a mineral that helps maintain muscle strength and growth

Beta carotene a red-orange pigment from plants that aids in immune system response

Magnesium: a mineral that helps regulate blood sugar and blood pressure, and maintain healthy bones

Cranberry - Cranberries are rich with antioxidants and nutrients that help support your pet’s immune system and decrease inflammation. Antioxidants play a key role in keeping dogs healthy. For instance, they can improve cognitive function and alleviate allergies and skin problems. This red, acid berry is low in calories and high in vitamin C, fiber, and potassium. Fiber helps lower the risk for developing heart disease, stroke, hypertension, diabetes, and certain gastrointestinal diseases. Cranberries can improve your dog’s bladder health, reduce tartar and plaque build-up, fight bacteria, and help prevent cancer, among other benefits.

Purple Carrot - Purple carrots have a lot of beta-carotene, and that’s great thing for your pet. Beta-carotene is an antioxidant that helps prevent cancer. The capillaries that surround all the cells in your pets body are protected by beta-carotene, so it also protects against heart disease, macular degeneration, arthritis, and more. Purple carrots also have calcium, potassium, and magnesium. They have been shown to aid in eye health in low light situations.

Broccoli - packed with essential vitamins and minerals to keep them healthy and strong and boost their immune system. Broccoli contain dietary fiber, pantothenic acid, vitamin c vitamin B6, vitamin E, manganese, phosphorus, choline, vitamin B1, vitamin A, potassium, copper, magnesium, omega-3 fatty acids, protein, zinc, calcium, iron, niacin, selenium

 

Goji Berry - Goji berries contain a rich amount of vitamin C, calcium, and iron. Contains beta-sitosterol, which is an anti-inflammatory agent and greatly beneficial for reducing inflammation. They also have antioxidants, beta-carotene, zinc, phosphorous, fiber, and other micro-nutrients, which improve your pup health. The goji berries prevent rickets in pets. Rickets is a bone problem that results in stunted growth. Improve the skin, strong bones, prevents heart disease, healthy teeth, and pain alleviation. They relieve pain due to arthritis sore joints, and muscles, etc. They fight against free radicals, Help aid in digestion, and help maintain excellent digestive health. The contains beta-carotene, which is extremely helpful for better eyesight. Enhance brain function and boost immunity.

Papaya - Papaya can help improve your dogs’ digestion. Apart from being rich in fiber and water, which promote digestive health, regular bowel movement and help prevent constipation, papaya is also loaded with digestive enzymes. These enzymes help digest food molecules properly. Packed with vitamin C. Rich in vitamins A, C, E, and lycopene, these disease-fighting compounds neutralize free radicals and amp up the immune system lowering the risk of cancer, heart disease, and other ailments. Bone health is one of many health benefits that papaya offers. Since it contains trace amounts of magnesium and calcium, papaya can be beneficial for all aged pets, these minerals support the growth of healthy bones.

 

Mango - Mango is high in fiber, as well as vitamin A, B6, C, and E, making it quite nutritious. High number of antioxidants in mangos will give every pet, a great boost in combating and preventing degenerative diseases and forms of cancer. Vitamin A promotes strong eyesight in your pet, which may be beneficial to declining eyesight as they age. It also helps with dry eyes and Nyctalopia (also known as “night blindness”). With all the rich nutrients and antioxidants, mangoes are known to improve the immune system. The Vitamin C provides your pet with the necessary elements for a healthy immune system. In addition to these carotenoids and flavonoids and you’re looking at providing your pet with a strong and healthy immune system. 

Green n Blue Spirulina - Spirulina is truly a superfood, filled with a wide variety of nutrients that can be absorbed. The immune system is everything. Spirulina is an amazing source of antioxidants, giving it strong anti-inflammatory properties to help boost that immune system. Specifically, it contains a compound called phycocyanin that helps to prevent and mitigate cell damage and protect vital organs. Considering the immunity-boosting properties of Spirulina for dogs, it makes sense that it would also help prevent or reduce allergies. At its most basic, an allergic reaction is an over-response of the immune system to a foreign body (i.e., food, dust, or pollen). And since Spirulina helps to strengthen and support the immune system, it also helps its reaction to elements that would normally trigger it in a weakened state. And this works for not only airborne allergies, but also food allergies. Provides fantastic benefits for both the liver and kidneys. Both the kidney and liver health. By offering a concentrated number of toxin-flushing phytonutrients such as chlorophyll and alpha-lipoic acid it aids the body in natural detoxification. They contain a wealth of digestive enzymes to help maximize the absorption of amino acids (of which all protein is comprised). It also encourages the growth of good bacteria (such as lactobacilli) in your dog’s gut, while also suppressing bad bacteria. This is a particularly beneficial aspect of Spirulina, especially for breeds predisposed to digestive conditions, such as Irritable Bowel Disease. As a nutrient-dense food, Spirulina contains many free radical-fighting vitamins, such as iron, zinc, and chromium. Additionally, compounds such as phycocyanin act as strong antioxidants and can provide a barrier against cell damage and cancer, while also strengthening the immune system to fight off potential threats to the body. According to the chlorophyll present in Spirulina also aids in reducing the risk of cell degeneration and death. Overall, the antioxidant aspect of this blue-green algae is very promising (for further info re cancer prevention please check with your vet)

Raspberry - raspberries offer an abundance of health benefits. The fruit is low in sugar and calories but high in fiber, manganese, and vitamin C. In particular, raspberries are an excellent source of: Dietary fiber, which helps improve a dog’s digestive system and fights obesity (raspberries keep your dog fuller for a longer period of time). Powerful antioxidants that can reduce the possibility of heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and arthritis. Minerals such as potassium, manganese, copper, folic acid, iron, and magnesium. Vitamin C, K, and B-complex.

Apple - They are a rich source of calcium, antioxidants, vitamins A, K and C, fiber, phosphorous, essential fatty acids, and pectin. It prevents joint and bone diseases and improves their gastrointestinal system. The essential fatty acids such as Omega-3 and Omega-6 help enhance the quality of your dog’s skin, keep their coat shiny and prevent skin allergies. And because apples are rich in dietary fibers, it helps improve your dog’s bowel movement. Vitamins A and C and antioxidants, it helps prevent various illnesses as they grow old. Some experts believe that these vitamins can help with hip dysplasia. Apples are low in calories, saturated fat, and sodium

 

 

Pomegranate - The high fiber, potassium, folic acid, vitamin C, powerful antioxidants combined with a low-calorie count. Folic acid is important for metabolism as well as B vitamins. The latter also support the nervous system. The vitamin C contained in it strengthens the immune system and the fiber helps a healthy digestion. Some studies are said to show that pomegranate has a positive effect on the cardiovascular system of dogs and can even prevent cancer, tumours, and ulcers. This is mainly thanks to the antioxidants that fight free radicals. In addition, the small nuclei are good for cells and tissues as well as the immune system. They can also slow down the aging process. This being said it should not be over fed.

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