Vitamin-Rich Foods for Pet Birds

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What foods are healthy for birds?

It is important to pay close attention to the food you are feeding your bird because a bird's health is highly dependent on the quality of its diet. Choosing fresh, nutrient-dense foods is a great way to offer your pet fun and variety while doing something positive for your bird's health.

Take a look at the delicious fresh foods listed below for some ideas that will increase the vitamin content in your bird's diet and pay off in terms of good health for your feathered friend. Incorporating some of these healthy options into your own diet is likely to benefit your health, too!

Green leafy vegetables

Fresh foods that are safe for birds, such as green leafy vegetables like spinach, kale, and romaine lettuce, are rich in nutrients and provide great variety to the captive bird's diet. In the wild, parrots typically eat lush vegetation, as well as fruits, nuts, and other staples.

Spinach, for example, is packed with beneficial omega-3 fatty acids, which help birds have healthy skin and feathers. Vegetables like these are an important part of balanced pet nutrition that owners sometimes overlook.

Melons

Melons have been known for years to offer anti-aging qualities to people, and they have many other characteristics that can also benefit your pet.

Melons, including cantaloupe, watermelon, honeydew, and even pumpkin, are high in fiber, which is good for the digestive tract of birds. They are also rich in vitamin C, which helps your pet develop and maintain a healthy immune system.

Try cutting pieces of seedless melon and offer it to your bird as a gift. You can also incorporate melons into fun bird treat recipes that you can make at home.

Berries

Berries and other dark-colored fruits are excellent sources of antioxidants, supporting the feather health of pet birds.

Blueberries in particular are a delicious way to give your bird a large dose of essential vitamins; Packed with vitamin C and vitamin K, they provide additional support to the birds' immune and regulatory systems.

It's okay to offer your pet blueberries several times a week, but be careful not to let your pet indulge in too many of these tasty blue treats - they are high in natural sugar that can lead to health problems in some birds.

Beans and Sprouts

Beans and sprouts are healthy additions to any pet bird's diet. Packed with protein, beans are fun for birds and delicious to start with.

Try this birdie bean salad recipe if you're having trouble getting your parrot to accept beans as a new part of his diet. You can also try mixing beans with fruits or other more familiar foods to entice your bird to try them.

If your bird doesn't seem to like beans, then sprouts are another highly nutritious and readily available option. To make your own sprouts at home, simply drop a few seeds from your bird's regular seed mix into the crease of a damp paper towel and place them on a window sill.

Within a day or two, you will have fresh, healthy sprouts to offer to your pet.

Carrots

Fresh, raw carrots are a great treat for pet birds for many reasons. First of all, they are packed with vitamins that help maintain good eyesight, which is essential for parrots and other birds.

Second, raw carrots are one of the best fresh foods available to help your bird exercise its strong jaw muscles. As with any fresh fruit or vegetable, be sure to wash carrots well before feeding them to your bird to prevent illness.

Choose organic carrots for your pet if you want to completely avoid the risk of exposure to chemicals and pesticides.

Enjoy The Video Tutorial about WHAT SHOULD YOU FEED YOUR BIRD? 

Source: ElleAndTheBirds

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