Πινακας τροφων και βιταμινων

Συζήτηση με θέμα Πινακας τροφων και βιταμινων, που ξεκίνησε από Greek yorkshire, στο Forum 'Διατροφή Παπαγάλων' του PetBirds, 18 Σεπ 2009.

  1. Greek yorkshire

    Greek yorkshire PB Member

    ακολουθει ενας πινακας τροφων και περιεκτικοτητας τους σε βιταμινες.αναφερεται ενα ενδεικτικο ποσοστο απο την καθε ομαδα τροφων που μπορουν να φανε τα πουλια μας

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    Seasonal GREENS 25%

    Collard
    Jalapeno
    Mustard
    Kale
    Dandelion
    Cilantro
    Carrot tops
    Endive
    Escarole
    Turnip greens
    Water cress
    Romaine
    Bok Choy
    Lettuce mix

    AND OTHER VEGGIES
    Broccoli
    Cabbage
    Brussel sprouts
    Zucchini
    Chayote squash
    Snap peas
    Cucumber
    Kohlrabi
    Green beans

    ******************************************************************************
    Seasonal ORANGE VEGGIES 10%-15%

    Carrots
    Squash
    *Sweet Potato
    Pumpkin

    ******************************************************************************
    Seasonal OTHER 5% or more%

    Parsnip
    Beets
    Jicama
    Celery
    Corn
    Chili pepper
    Red pepper
    Cauliflower
    Potato (limited)
    Radish
    Tomato
    Green pepper
    Asparagus

    ******************************************************************************
    GRAINS 30% (sprouted and/or cooked)

    Millet-hulled, yellow
    Oats
    Rye berry
    Kamut
    Quinoa
    Amaranth
    Buckwheat
    Barley
    Brown rice (small amount preferably added to other grains)
    Wild rice (this is actually a grass and and grains should accompany it)
    Spelt berry
    Red proso (millet)
    White proso (millet)
    Spray millet
    Red Rice (small amount and should always be accompanied by other grains)
    Basmati rice (small amount and should be offered with other grains)
    Black rice (small amount and should be offered with other grains)
    Rice noodles VERY limited amount
    Kasha (roasted buckwheat)
    Oatmeal
    Very LIMITED amount of Soba noodles
    Very LIMITED amount of Pasta from above whole grains
    ******************************************************************************
    LEGUMES 15%

    Adzuki
    Mung
    Garbanzo
    Peas
    Lentils

    All of these need to be fully sprouted or cooked to be fed without gastric upset.
    Feeding 2 parts grains to 1 part legumes makes a complete protein.

    ******************************************************************************
    Seasonal FRUITS 10%

    Orange fruits- beta carotene :
    Papaya
    Mango
    Cantelope
    Apricot
    Peach

    Other fruits:
    Oranges
    Apples
    Banana
    Mango
    Papaya
    Cranberry
    Blueberry
    Raspberry
    Strawberry
    Grapes
    Cherries (pitted)
    Dried fruit (unsulfured)
    Lemon
    Kiwi
    Pineapple
    Melons
    Pears
    Blackberry
    Peaches
    Passion Fruit
    ******************************************************************************
    ADDITIONS (including seeds (preferably sprouted) nuts)

    ACV (Apple Cider Vinegar)just a splash on food
    Nuts ( amount in diet depends on species)
    Seed mix

    SEASONINGS
    Curry (cooking only)
    Cayenne pepper
    Chili Powder
    Cinnamon (cooking only)
    Fennel (limited)
    Ginger (fresh or powdered)
    Cumin
    Turmeric (cooking only)
    Lemon/peel

    EXTRAS:
    Sesame seed
    Pumpkin seed
    Almond butter
    Unsweetened coconut

    Garlic (about 1/4 clove for a med sized bird)

    Juice: (Juicer that uses/includes whole food is preferred)
    Keep in mind that juice is a very concentrated food!
    Fresh made fruit juice
    Fresh made veggie juice

    Animal Protein:
    Bit of organic or free range Chicken (1 time a week)up to 1/2 tsp
    Bit of wild caught salmon (1 time a week)up to 1/2 tsp
    Cooked egg up to 1/2 tsp once or twice a week
    Organic yogurt up to 1/2 tsp once or twice a week
    ******************************************************************************
    SUPPLEMENTS WHEN

    *Garlic Mon Wed, Friday or up to 5 times a week
    Gr Flax Seed Daily (about 1/4 tsp. for 250 gram parrot)
    Alfalfa Leaf Daily or you can alternate with a cereal grass
    **Kelp Daily (1/10 of 1/4 teasp)
    Barley Grass Alternate with Alfalfa grass if desired
    ***ACV in water First week of month, if you like.

    *Garlic isn't really a supplement but an immune boosting herb. You can
    give it a few times a week or every day. It's more of a food and herb
    than a supplement. Just a small amount of a clove is more than enough
    FINELY minced even for a large parrot.

    Alfalfa can be given daily or you can alternate with Barley or Wheat
    grass if you like. Alfalfa should be 4-5 days a week if you alternate,
    the other days cereal grass. Alfalfa is a superfood rich with nutrients.

    ** Kelp. BE extremely careful with kelp as not to give too much. For
    a medium sized parrot one TENTH of 1/4 teasp. is one days suggested
    dosage. If more is given your bird's thyroid may become sluggish,
    which could possibly lead to feather picking.

    ***For ACV (Bragg's Organic Apple Cider Vinegar 1 tsp to 1 quart
    distilled water for drinking)This isn't necessary if your bird is
    healthy. This is treatment for yeast infections and should probably
    be saved for such times. Yeast infections in healthy parrots are
    not common unless they've had along course of antibiotics or
    their diet or husbandry is lacking.
     

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  2. vaggelis2222

    vaggelis2222 Banned

    ευχαριστουμε θα μπορουσες ομως να ανεβασεις καποιο αρθρο στα ελληνικα, δεν ξερω ελαχιστα αγγλικα και δυσκολυεομαι.
     
  3. Greek yorkshire

    Greek yorkshire PB Member

    το συννημενο περιεχει διαφορετικο πινακα,εξισου καλο και χρησιμο!
     
  4. Greek yorkshire

    Greek yorkshire PB Member

    Εξαιρετικο θεμα που ανασυρω απο τα παλια
     

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