Avian Naturals is an ALL NATURAL food brand created in an ongoing attempt to provide the greatest nourishment for your parrots. Simply Say NO! There are no preservatives or additives in the foods. Your hunt for a food brand that really delivers on its claims is done!
Avian Naturals is excited to introduce our new “JUST SAY NO!” range of parrot food mixtures. No more hidden additives, hidden chemicals, hidden preservatives, fake colors, extra sugars, and, most importantly, a label with all of the contents revealed. All of our products are organically processed to offer the highest quality for your fid. These mixes comprise components that have been dehydrated, freeze dried, naturally dried, or are fresh. The contents are blended and packed on the day of shipment, and each label will have a “use by” date to ensure freshness where applicable. All nutrients in dehydrated or freeze dried vegetables are preserved and are not destroyed by heat processing. The only thing lacking is the amount of water. You pay for the whole quality product, not just the water content. Dehydrated and freeze dried goods rehydrate to double, treble, and even 5-6 times their original weight. It is the most cost-effective and high-quality nutrition you can provide your fids. Our dried fruits are organically processed without the use of sulphur, and the mixes include only fresh grains, seeds, nuts, and dehydrated or freeze dried vegetables.
At first sight, our combination will seem strange. There is no brilliant coloring in dried fruits that are generally processed to appeal to the consumer’s sight; just naturally dried fruits that are free of sulphur dioxide. Sulphur dioxide may cause hyperactivity, aggression, feather shredding, or picking sensitivities in any species of bird, particularly if they are allergic. Our mix is made with your bird’s health in mind, not to look nice, but it does look fantastic. Feed a range of fresh veggies, fruits, sprouts, and the cleanest, most natural mixtures you can find. Many businesses are increasingly including dried fruits as the first 5-6 components in their daily meal mixes. Because it is more easily accessible to them, your birds are eating more sulphur dioxide than ever before. Assist your fid help himself by not giving them a lot of sulphur dried fruits. If you’ve ever had an allergy to anything, you know how unpleasant and painful it can be. Birds, too, have allergies, and you can help them overcome them. EASILY SAY NO!
Refrigerate the leftovers and store just what you believe will be consumed within a few days in appropriate containers. As required, replace. A excellent rule of thumb to follow while delivering any form of food, particularly in humid conditions. Treat your bird’s food with the same care as you would your own. Never overstock your food supplies. Only provide fresh and organically processed meals. Say “No” to any hidden ingredients that aren’t specified on the labels of other parrot meals.
Your fids rely on you and your decisions—-their lives actually hang in the balance!! Don’t disappoint them.
The following is a list of common ingredients in parrot food… What’s in the feed you give your flock?
Ingredients identified in pet products that are harmful:
Sulfur Dioxide: A chemical preservative used to improve the color of dried fruits. Allergies, itching, skin irritation, feather shredding, and plucking are all possible side effects. Check to see whether your mixes include naturally dried fruits—manufacturers won’t tell you… Always, always, always ASK!!!!
BHA is a preservative that may be harmful to the kidneys.
BHT: A preservative that is more hazardous than its relative BHA.
Ethoxyquin is a carcinogenic chemical.
Corn syrup is just sugar. They may get hooked to this flavor, resulting in the “finicky eater” condition.
MSG: A flavor enhancer used to mask poor food quality. It has been linked to brain and eye impairment. A high proportion of allergic reactions in both dogs and humans.
Propy Gallate: A chemical used to delay rotting that has been linked to liver harm.
Propylene Glycol is a chemical that is utilized in antifreeze and as a solvent in braking fluids. In foods, it is used as a preservative and taste enhancer. It has a sweet flavor.
A carcinogenic preservative and color enhancer, sodium nitrate. Mutagenic alterations are produced.
Sodium Nitrite is a dangerous chemical preservative. A source of red pigment. Overdoes have killed people.
These are only a handful of the “no-nos” to look out for. Examine all of the information on cans, bags, and cartons to ensure that your pet receives the best possible care.
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