Man, that was a word that had infiltrated the world of fashion, beauty and health back in 2014 – With them kale salads and cold pressed juices. Thank the overbearing Doge God that that’s all over for now. I’ve had just about enough of my girlfriends telling me how great my bowel movements would be if only I incorporated a little Kale and Flax Seed into my diet.
Nevertheless, though these superfoods have since been abolished from most of the glossies these days – We’re determined to bring them back (most begrudgingly on my part), all for the greater good of our overwhelmingly fat and fluffy canine comrades.
What makes a ‘super food’ would be these foods’ ability to deliver a punch with their leafy greens and tidal wave of nutrients and dense nutritional servings. Helping dogs and humans alike fight disease, maintain great health, boost energy and improve the quality of one’s overall wellbeing – You should really consider adding these foods to your dog’s eating regime, especially for those on the weaker side.
3. Chia seeds
Do you have any superfoods to recommend? Note: It can only work if it’s human-approved! Don’t go on feeding your pup alleged superfoods willy-nilly, it won’t work (and could possibly be extremely hazardous)!
A former coffee crackhead, Tish has got a real crush, particularly on elegant Siamese cats and unimaginably overweight French bulldogs. She's since entered green tea rehab due to Starbuck's exorbitant coffee prices and her current #starvingwriter plight. She really likes Hall and Oates. Also, prior to her 7-year old shih-tzu, her idea of a pet was a Furby. Nice to meet you :)
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