January 17, 2023 4 min read
Many SuperFoods that are great for people are also excellent dietary boosters for your canine friends. SuperFoods are a great way to boost your dog’s intake of nutrients as a meal-topper or used in occasional treats. When it comes to superfoods for your dog, here are our top 3 to look at because they are safe to eat, and nutrient-dense.
Bone Broth is a nutrient-dense treat that’s high in protein and contains anti-inflammatory amino acids, vitamins and minerals including calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus. Bone Broth is loaded with glycosaminoglycans that can help dogs’ joints and slow or halt the progression of degenerative joint diseases like hip dysplasia and arthritis.
Reasons to add Bone broth to your dog‘s diet:
A well-known spice, turmeric has more than 6000 published studies validating its use in human health. The good news is that turmeric is safe for dogs too! Curcumin, the active ingredient in turmeric, is a well-studied antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. Turmeric is often given to dogs with common joint conditions that are caused by inflammation. This includes arthritis in dogs that causes stiffness, discomfort and even pain. In fact, Fermented Turmeric is an excellent complementary supplement to conventional anti-inflammatory arthritis treatments.
Additional benefits of adding Fermented & Organic Turmeric to your dog‘s diet:
Spirulina is a highly nutritious blue-green algae containing over 100 nutrients and the concentration of beta-carotene, Vitamin B12 and iron are higher in spirulina than any other known food, plant, grain or herb. Spirulina is full of health-promoting phytonutrients such as phycocyanin, sulfolipids, and polysaccharides.
Additional benefits of adding Organic Spirulina to your dog’s diet:
A healthy dog is a happy dog. While superfoods can't make your dog live forever, they can help your dog experience an enhanced quality of life. So add more superfoods to your puppy’s day!
Note: Store in an air tight container to freeze.
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