Pet Herbalist Recommendations | Top 10 Fruits and Vegetables for Dogs

Pet Herbalist Recommendations | Top 10 Fruits and Vegetables for Dogs

1️⃣🥬 Kale: has been proven to reduce the risk of at least five types of cancer, rich in quercetin and other 45 kinds of flavonoids, anti-inflammatory good hand, have hypothyroidism is not recommended to eat, oxalic acid need to be blanched, have calcium oxalate stones of the dog can also be skipped!

2️⃣ Blueberries: rich in anthocyanins, resveratrol and quercetin, antioxidant, beneficial to cancer, cardiovascular disease and other age-related diseases

3️⃣🍠 Sweet potatoes/purple potatoes: excellent energy-supporting vegetables, sweet potatoes are rich in beta-carotene (which dogs can convert to Va), purple potatoes are rich in anthocyanins and flavonoids, eaten alone with fish oil, or add a small amount of ginger, cinnamon, or turmeric with the oil and crumbled up, be sure to eat cooked!

4️⃣🥦 Broccoli: cruciferous, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and promote the detoxification of the combination of ingredients can be effective in preventing cancer, with thyroid problems of the dog is not recommended to eat, cooked 2-3 times a week!

5️⃣🍄 Shiitake mushrooms: rich in glutathione, boost immunity, but high in purines, not recommended for dogs with purine metabolism disorders

6️⃣🌿 Celery: rich in quercetin, a series of phenolic acids, lignans and apigenin, it is an amazing vegetable that can fight cancer and inflammation

7️⃣🍉 Watermelon: rich in lycopene, great for cardiovascular health and cancer prevention, eat it peeled and seeded. There are actually tomatoes, but the lycopene family of vegetables is currently partially controversial (need a post to expand on that, FLAG +1) and requires a little bit of caution

8️⃣🍎Apples: provide pectin which helps remove heavy metals and other toxins, can be messed with or stewed with a little cinnamon to make applesauce

9️⃣🥕 Carrots: excellent source of beta-carotene. Additionally carrots contain polyacetylene which is good for cardiovascular health and can be added regularly to dogs with heart disease

🔟🟣 Turnips: like radishes, they are rich in antioxidants, potassium and fiber and are good for winter, they need to be cooked and preferably minced