Supplements & Dietary Additionals
Without enough Magnesium bones, beaks, feathers, nerve impulses, muscle coordination, brain neurons and heart health suffer greatly.
We all know that Calcium is important for proper bone growth and regeneration. Calcium is also necessary for beak health. It is also a major contributor to normal muscle tone and coordination, nerve impulses and neurological brain activity. If an overall diet is low in Calcium, or the body does not absorb Calcium the body will pull Calcium from bones. Pulling Calcium from the bones can lead to osteoporosis. What about Magnesium? How does it play in synergy with Calcium? Like Calcium, it is considered one of the most important major minerals.
The bornavirus was first identified in 1926, but it is believed that BV is millions of years old.
Almost EVERY living creature has bornavirus residing in their intestinal tract. This is fact.
Bornavirus is an opportunistic virus and mutates to survive. This is how it has found its way into all living creatures. It not only survives by mutating, but it also thrives!
In the wild there are eight essential sugars exotic birds require in order to thrive.
Keep in mind while reading that the "amount" of sugar in each fruit is not the same as the "kind" of sugar in each fruit. While some fruit may contain high amounts of naturally occurring sugars, it is the "kind or type" of sugar that is of most importance.
Balancing nutrients is absolutely key in maintaining your feathered friend’s overall health and wellness! Many of you have read my blogs suggesting a higher magnesium dosage to balance out your bird’s consumption of calcium...
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