Food Facts is a directory of foods for your pets. This destination provides you with valuable information about various types of foods for your pets, so you’ll know which ones are safe to add to their healthy, species-appropriate meals or treats.
What this fruit lacks in size, it makes up for in health benefits, as it offers an array of polyphenols with impressive antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective properties. Offer your pet a few bites and let them enjoy this fruit's delicious flavor and nutrition.
This vegetable has been a valuable food source since ancient Rome and is considered a popular superfood today. Give it to your furry buddy as a treat or add it to their meals to let them reap its benefits.
There's no need for you and your pet to be afraid of this Halloween mainstay. Often used as lawn décor, it turns out your pet can actually benefit from eating more of it! Discover what this brightly colored food can offer your pet.
The benefits of leafy greens on human health have been studied extensively. However, you may be wondering if these translate to your pet as well. As it turns out, feeding this veggie to your furry pal every now and then may be great for their well-being.
Valued since historic times for its symbolism in different cultures and rich nutritional profile, this juicy red fruit is still a staple food among humans. Now, research suggests it may be good for your pet, too.
Consumed as a spice and valued as an herbal medicine for centuries, this aromatic rhizome is rich in various bioactive compounds that possess powerful healing properties, including calming your pet's tummy troubles. Find out how you can incorporate ginger into their meals.
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