You likely already know about the many nutritional benefits that moringa can have when added to your diet. So why not add it to your petsäó» diet as well?
CONSIDER SOME OF THE BIGGEST REASONS TO GIVE YOUR PETS A LITTLE BIT OF MORINGA IN THEIR FOOD:
äó¢ Pet food tends to be junk. You might be surprised to know that a pretty significant portion of a lot of the pet foods youäó»ll find on the market are filled with what basically amounts to junk food for pets. They have meat byproducts, synthetic vitamins, GMO corn and are simply poor quality food items. Even the better brands might be missing some of the most important nutrients for your pets. Cooked dog foods, for example, usually donäó»t have any vitamin C. Therefore, putting moringa in your petsäó» food gives them some of the nutrients theyäó»d otherwise be lacking if you stuck to commercial brand name products.
äó¢ That junk leads to health problems. Pets tend to develop arthritis as they age because the commercial food they eat every day of their lives is of such poor quality. Moringa helps to keep joints and muscles healthy, so arthritis symptoms will be lessened or avoided. Other organs can gain a lot of benefits from the introduction of moringa to the diet as well.
äó¢ Moringa improves the immune system. Just as it does in humans, moringa will help support a strong immune system in your animals. This is especially important in the winter, when animals (just like humans) are more susceptible to illness. You can use moringa as a supplement for your animals as well as yourself!
äó¢ Moringa boosts energy. Have you noticed your pets seeming lethargic? Again, this probably has to do with the quality of their food. The nutrients in moringa will give them the jolt of energy they need to get up and move around. This is especially important for older animals.
äó¢ It helps obese animals. Pets lately have been seeing obesity rates rise because of poor nutrition. Help to fight those symptoms by feeding them moringa.