KELP - Kelp improves feather conditioning, molting,
and helps birds that experience iodine deficiency, because kelp is
particularly rich in the trace element iodine and tocopherol (Vitamin
E). Additionally, kelp is a great source of Magnesium, Calcium,
Phosphorus, Iron, Potassium, 12 vitamins (including A, B1, B2, C, D and E
), 21 amino acids and over 60 minerals and trace elements.
GREEN LENTILS - Green
lentils are great for parrots due to their low caloric content, and
high iron and folate quantities. Lentils are an excellent source of
protein. Green lentils reduce several heart disease risk factors with
health-promoting polyphenols (micronutrients that we get through certain
CAYENNE PEPPER - Cayenne
is native to tropical America where many of our feathered friends hail
from. Cayenne is known for its blood cleansing properties, fending off
disease and to also equalize blood circulation. Don’t worry, Cayenne
wont “burn” birds the same way it does to us humans. Cayenne strengthens
the heart action but at the same time it does not increase blood
pressure. It is known to have antibacterial properties and to prevent
heart attacks and stroke.
CARROTS - Carrots
are rich in vitamins and a favorite among many pet birds. Containing
high levels of beta-carotene, carrots support optimal eye health, which
is important for birds of all species.