Organic Coconut Flakes
Coconut contains phenolic compounds, which are antioxidants that may help protect cells from oxidative damage. At the same time, it contain protein, several important minerals, and small amounts of B vitamins. Coconuts are especially high in manganese, which is essential for bone health and the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins, and cholesterol. They’re also rich in copper and iron, which help form red blood cells, as well as selenium, an important antioxidant that protects your cells.
Organic Moringa Powder
Moringa oleifera is a fast growing tree native to South Asia as is sometimes reffered as the “miracle tree’. It a nutritional powerhouse that has
9 times the protein of yogurt
10 times the Vitamin A of carrots
12 times the vitamin C of oranges
15 times the potsassium of bananas,
17 times the calcium of milk
26 times the iron of spinach.
Moringa is also loaded with antioxidants, lowers blood sugar levels, reduces infammation, helps maintain healthy colestrol levels and is an excellant natural detoxifier.
Turmeric is a superfood due to its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal and anticancer properties.
Turmeric has been shown to:
Enhance antioxidant protection against free radicals
Support healthy digestion
Promote healthy skin and eyes
Promote healthy blood and circulation
Support a healthy immune system
Maintain normal cholesterol levels
Promote joint health
Improve stress tolerance
Encourage healthy liver function
Maintain normal blood sugar levels
Organic Chia Seeds
Chia seeds contain phosphorus, iron, zinc, potassium, magnesium, and several vitamins, making them ideal for sprinkling on meals and snacks. Dogs with a hearty, constant appetite feel fuller, cutting down on the food they eat and providing crucial support for weight loss in cases of obesity.
Chia seeds also help regulate blood sugar levels, strengthen cells in the body, encourage shiny coats, and improve eyesight, elevating an animal’s quality of life.
Chia has 3 times the amount of Omega-3 fatty acids as salmon by weight! Omega-3 is important to balance out Omega-6 fatty acids and promotes healthy:
– Immune system
– Skin and coat
– Brain development and maintenance
– Eye development and maintenance
And it helps to reduces inflammation too. Chia seeds are truly a super food!
Organic Pumpkin Seeds
Pumpkin seeds are loaded with fiber and are a healthy dose of protein, rich in phosphorus and magnesium and contain a significant amount of copper, zinc, calcium, iron, and antioxidants as well. Benefits of pumpkin seeds for our dogs include:
– Act as a natural de-wormer to get rid of tapeworms and other intestinal parasites
– May help dislodge kidney stones and prevent them from reforming
– Omega-3 fatty acid content helps to improve the condition of skin and coat
– Fiber content improves and regulates digestion to prevent constipation
– Antioxidants protect against free-radical damage and oxidation in cells
– Calcium content supports bone strength and muscle health
– Omega-3 content boosts cognitive performance and may help prevent cognitive decline
– Natural oils protect urinary tract health, helping to prevent UTIs
– Iron content protects against anemia and supports red blood cell health
– Soluble fiber content absorbs water, adding bulk to stools to relieve diarrhea
Basil is known for its anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antivirus and antioxidant properties.
It can help in reducing the problem of arthritis experienced by most dogs.
Lowering the risk of cancer : Basil can also help in preventing the occurrence of a number of serious pet diseases like various types of cancers due to the presence of high amount of antioxidants in it.
Health issues linked with aging of the dogs like senility, heart problem and arthritis can also be helped by including moderate amount of basil in their routine diet.
Basil is also known to have calming effects on canines. Many certified calming supplements for dogs include basil to decrease the level of their stress hormones as well as the anxiety level of your dog.
Part of the parsley family, dill is a great herb that aids digestion, freshens up doggie’s breath and has anti-oxidant properties.
If your dog is a living vacuum cleaner, dill is known as an overall digestive aid, helping with gas, nausea, cramping and appetite.
Dill’s breath freshening action comes from its antibacterial powers that work well in the mouth for foul breath caused by bacteria and even gingivitis.
Dill contains antioxidant flavonoids, including kaempferol and vicenin. Kaempferol has been linked to health benefits, including anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, cardio-protective, neuro-protective and anti-diabetic; whereas vicenin helps protect cells and chromosomes from oxygen-based damage, radiation and damage caused by free radicals. Free radical damage can lead to chronic disease like cancer, joint and organ diseases. And antioxidants are the antidote to out-of-control free radicals.
Dill also contains volatile oils like limonene that may help increase production of cancer-fighting enzymes.
As a medicinal herb, oregano is mostly prescribed as a natural antibiotic. Besides, the herb contains antiseptic, anti-spasmodic, anti-fungal, astringent, and anti-anxiety properties.
This strong smelling herb is a rich source of vitamins A, C, and K coupled with Omega-3s, calcium, iron, manganese, and dietary fiber.
Feeding your dogs with moderate amount of oregano helps:
– cleanse your dog’s body from toxins due to its strong anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-viral properties
– reduce inflammation and swelling
– treat arthritis by alleviating pain and improving joint movements
– destroy free radicals, with than 40 times the value of antioxidants found in apples
Parsley contains is fairly rich in Vitamins A, C, and K as well as trace minerals like potassium, calcium, magnesium, and iron. Parsley also boasts several volatile oils which have natural anti-inflammatory properties in addition to their antimicrobial and carminative benefits.
The benefits of parsley includes
– Freshens bad breath thanks to microbial properties
– Rich in antioxidants that protect against free-radical damage
– Relieves swelling and pain from arthritis and other inflammatory conditions
– Vitamin K content improves blood clotting and boosts liver health
– Helps soothe upset stomach and digestive problems
– Diuretic properties help prevent urinary tract infections
– Immune system support via Vitamin C
– Helps flush toxins from the body, supporting kidney health
– Vitamin A content supports vision and eye health
– Can slow the rate of growth for tumors and certain cancers
Rosemary possesses great antimicrobial, antioxidant, antispasmodic and insect repellant properties.
Rosemary is a great pathogen-fighter against common food bacteria, meaning it can help keep food from spoiling. And those pathogen-fighting capabilities extend to your pet’s body, where it can help against various fungi and bacteria.
Rosemary also contains antioxidants, which means it can help neutralize cell-damaging free radicals in the body.
Because of its antispasmodic (spasm preventing) abilities on smooth muscles, rosemary can also help the heart in some cases of cardiac arrhythmia, as well as to generally strengthen the heart.
Rosemary is also known for its abilities in the digestive system, especially when it comes to gas, indigestion and other related problems. And because of its antimicrobial abilities, it can come in handy for gastrointestinal infections.
Thyme has antioxidants, antiseptic, and antimicrobial properties besides the various nutrients it possesses.
Some of the benefits of thyme to dogs include the following:
– nutrients, including vitamin A, C, K, manganese, iron, and calcium, as well as antioxidants, to help fight free radicals.
– Thymol, one of the compounds it has, which is an “excellent antiseptic for the mouth and throat; useful for fighting gingivitis in dogs,”
– antimicrobial properties hence it can fight fungal, viral, and bacterial pathogens. It can help reduce oral bad breath, fight coughs, and other infections
– It has antispasmodic and carminative properties, making it suitable for digestion, colitis, irritable bowel syndrome, and indigestion.
– This herb also help to ease asthma symptoms such as bronchial spasms as well as easy other respiratory problem symptoms.
– Finally, it can help with urinary tract infection as well as urinary incontinence since it is a mild astringent tonic.