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These fruits and vegetables have high content of Vitamin A, Vitamin C,Vitamin B6, antioxidants, potassium, and anti-inflammatories that make for great bone, muscle, and joint health:• Asparagus• Cauliflower• Celery• Peas• Spinach*• Zucchini• Apples• Blueberries• Cantaloupe• Raspberries• Strawberries• Watermelon• Bananas• Mango
Weight Management Help
If your cat is overweight, use some of these fruits and vegetables to try and naturally balance their metabolism:• Cauliflower • Cantaloupe• Cabbage • Pineapple• Celery• Lettuce• Cucumber• Green Beans
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Aasha: The Savannah that Started it All
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Featured Feline Fact: January
Chinese Theory of Protein Temperatures
Tips:You do not just need to feed neutral proteins if you want a neutral meal, you can feed equal parts hot and cold meats that cancel each other out.If your focus is to stay towards cool and you can’t feed 100% cold…just feed 75% cool to 25% hot.For cancer or anything involving inflammation do not feed warm or hot proteins.
Cold/Cooling (Yin) proteins include:RabbitDuckFrogWhitefishClamCodCrabScallop Hot (Yang) proteins include:LambVenisonSheepAlpacaKangarooTroutWarming proteins include:Chicken*Turkey (has been shown to be both warming and neutral)PheasantCamelOstrichGoatLlamaAnchovySturgeonLobsterMusselShrimpPrawn Neutral:BeefBeef TripePorkQuailBisonGoose,*TurkeyHerringMackerelSalmonSardinesTunaCarpCatfishSturgeon
Rockin Raw Recipes
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Skin & Coat Health & Management
If you have a cat with dry skin, itching, or just a dull coat that you want to be more rich and shiny, here's some fruits and veggies to get you started on getting that shine back in their coat:• Cabbage• Pumpkin• Coconut Oil• Celery• Watermelon
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