You might wonder if superfoods will make your pup a super hero (they already are in our hearts) but “Superfood” is a popular term often used in the food and health category that are publicly agreed to be highly beneficial for nutritional health containing various nutrients such as antioxidants, healthy fats, fiber, vitamins, phytochemicals and cannabinoids.
A Paw's Nation is made with 8 superfoods (2 of them featured here!): Maple Syrup, Carob, Raspberries, Eggs, Blueberries, Strawberries, Peanut Butter, Coconut Butter.
Below are a few other healthy foods both you and your furry friend can enjoy together!:
Eggs are positively packed with the good stuff and the perfect protein. Incorporated into your pup’s diet, eggs will promote healthy digestion, build strong bones, and provide a convenient dose of vitamins A, D, E and K !
Rich of fiber and antioxidants, blueberries are a healthy addition to most dogs’ diets. Blueberries, loaded with phytochemicals, are a great treat for your dog. The deep blue color comes from anthocyanidins, which are potent antioxidants, and the berries also supply vitamins C and E, manganese and fiber
3. Fish Oil
Many people eat fish and take fish oil for its health benefits. Did you know that it can be just as beneficial for dogs? Fish oil can help support healthy skin, coat, kidneys, heart, and immune system in dogs.
4. Organic Coconut Oil
There are both good and bad fats, and coconut oil happens to be contain an immense amount of the good fatty acids. 90% of the fat in coconut oil is healthy saturated fat. Because dogs’ livers can break these molecules down very easily, they are used as fuel rather than stored as body fat.
With a huge amount of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, cooked salmon and other lean fish is the best way to add beneficial fats to your dog’s diet. Salmon can also help to thicken your dog’s coat, relieve dogs with allergies, and improve the quality of your dog’s skin.
Try organic and delicious Teacup Macarons!