We sometimes have to "trick" our birds into eating a particularly healthy food by "disguising" it. Sammie's Sprinkles is a "seasoning" type powder in a variety of health-based types. Health benefits aplenty!
Note: Raw potatoes are harmful to birds. Cooked or powdered potatoes are safe. Sweet potatoes
· Vitamin C is key to preventing feather diseases and skin infections. It aids the immune system and makes healthy skin cells to prevent pathogens from entering the body.
· Vitamin B6 is essential for brain development and sensory processing skills. Hatchlings and old birds need to regulate their cognitive health, and vitamin B6 provides just that.
· Iron boosts red blood cell production and maintains the immune system.
· Vitamin A Sweet Potatoes are rich in beta-carotene (1,403 mcg). Only 3.5g of sweet potato can fulfill a person’s daily vitamin A intake. It is vital for vision, cell growth, and egg binding.
Purple sweet potato helps the heart function properly and maintain blood pressure to avoid risks of CVD.
· Fiber provides roughage in the intestines and aids gut health. Did you know sweet potato skin adds 25% of the RDA for fiber? It’s not only edible but also nutritious!
· Protein is essential for the growth and repairment of tissues, especially for hatchlings. It also prevents musculoskeletal diseases.
Sprinkles were created to help out a parrot, Sammie, who has improved in health over the past few years with a customer, Sammie's new owner.
Sammie's beak is very brittle and he can't even eat a seed. His food is ground very finely. I had seen powders for sale and I thought, huh, what if we sprinkle his food with the powder? Well, it was a HUGE success for Sammie. My customer's other parrot loves it too! Then we discovered that it can be sprinkled over dry food or wet food.
Other parrots heard about this, and Sammie;s Sprinkles are now available to anyone.
Broccoli is a rich source of vitamins C, and K, and has moderate amounts of several B vitamins, the dietary mineral manganese, as well as lower proportions of other micro-nutrients. All of these characteristics, which make broccoli a healthy food for humans to eat, also make broccoli a healthy addition to an avian diet.
The mangosteen rind powder is rich in antioxidants which is needed by animals for better growth and development and for the prevention of diseases and ultimately for better production.
Add this flower to your bird's diet for a bit of color and natural sweetness. Hibiscus flowers can benefit your bird by potentially aiding digestion, providing a calming effect as well as being high in antioxidants. They are also a great source of Vitamin C..
Pumpkin and pumpkin seeds are excellent bird food. They contain high amounts of vitamin A, as well as calcium, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus and other nutrients. Pumpkin foods can make a significant nutritional contribution to the diet of parrots and other birds.
Milk thistle has natural antioxidants and helps with anti-inflamatory properties. It is particularly useful for birds who have fatty liver disease. Milk thistle helps to heal, prevent and maintain liver issues.
Turmeric is described as "a powerful healing spice."
Calendula (Calendula officinalis), also known as pot marigold, is most used as a topical anti-inflammatory and antiseptic. It contains antioxidants, flavonoids, and terpenoids that likely contribute to its anti-inflammatory effects.
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