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Peanut butter is a good source of vitamin E, which contains higher levels of antioxidants and provides a shinier coat.
Applesauce contains vitamins C and K, fiber, and calcium, all of which are good for your dog.
Honey is naturally high in enzymes, antioxidants, and flavonoids, and it kills anti-resistant bacteria including MRSA.
Eggs are a great source of protein, help build muscle, strengthen the hair, and repair tissue.
Cinnamon has anti-inflammatory properties and the ability to slow or stop bacteria growth. For older or overweight dogs who are at risk of contracting diabetes, as little as half a teaspoon of cinnamon a day helps regulate blood sugar and raise insulin resistance.
Whole Wheat Flour
Whole grains are a great part of a balanced diet for a dog. Fiber and protein are good for their health, but they should not be a majority of food your dog eats. For example, skip kibbles and foods with grains as their main ingredient.
Carob has a naturally sweet flavor and is full of nutrients. Vitamins A, B, B1, B2, B3, B6, and D, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, manganese, and protein make this ingredient a seriously fun choice. Carob is a source of fiber and pectin, which help eliminate toxins, and this superfood improves digestion, lowers cholesterol, and can be used to treat diarrhea. Allowing better absorption of calcium means it can even join the fight against osteoporosis.
Organic Coconut Oil & Flakes
Coconut contains lauric acid, which helps fight against viruses and boost immune systems. Coconut also contains albumin, which helps form red blood cells. It can clear up skin conditions, including flea allergies and itchy skin as well as help with bad breath. It is even believed to help speed up the healing of cuts, wounds, hot spots, and more.
Coconut flour is extremely dense with nutrients, which is why less of it is required when cooking. It is a good source of protein, iron, and it is low-carb, giving it a low glycemic index or GI.
Not only are blueberries safe for your dog, but they are an excellent source of antioxidants, selenium, zinc, and iron. Blueberries are high in vitamins C, E, A, and B complex.
Fresh Sweet Potato
Sweet potato is safe for dogs and can provide them a range of health benefits (and a sweet flavor they will love). Sweet potatoes are great for digestive health because they are high in dietary fiber. They are also low in fat and contain vitamin B6, vitamin C, and manganese.
Used for weight loss, upset stomach, diarrhea, adding pumpkin to your dog's meals and serving it as a healthy snack helps hydrate your dog. Pumpkin is a natural source of many beneficial vitamins and nutrients, such as:
• Potassium - An Electrolyte Essential for Muscular Contraction & Recovery from Activity
• Vitamin C - 1 Cup of Pumpkin Contains at Least 11mg of Vitamin C, Which Is Vital for Its Antioxidant & Immune System-Supporting Effects
• Beta-Carotene - Beneficial for Preventing Cancer (Just Look at a Pumpkin's Bright Orange Color-You Can Literally See How Rich It Is in Beta-Carotene)
• Zinc - Helps Improve Skin & Coat
• Vitamin A - Important for Your Dog's Vision Health
Bananas are a great source of potassium, magnesium, vitamin C, vitamin B6, fiber, biotin, and copper for both humans and dogs. Bananas help to boost immune systems, replenish electrolytes, and promote skin and coat health. In moderation, bananas can make a healthy, low-calorie treat for dogs.
Strawberries are full of fiber and vitamin C. They also contain an enzyme that helps whiten your dog's teeth as he or she eats them. They are high in sugar though, so be sure to give them in moderation.
This sweet summer treat is packed with four different vitamins: vitamins A, B6, C, and E. They also have potassium and both beta-carotene and alpha carotene.