Cabbage

Cabbage

Vegetables are an important component of the dog’s evolutionary diet. Vegetable fibre, of which cabbage is an excellent source - is far more valuable to a pet than fibre from grain as it supplies both soluble and insoluble fibre, which plays a vital role in both promoting health and treating several degenerative diseases, including diseases of the intestinal tract itself, obesity, diabetes and diseases of the major organs (liver, kidney, heart, pancreas etc.). Vegetables also supply phytonutrients, enzymes, vitamins and minerals – in the case of cabbage, vitamins A, C, and many of the B complex, especially folate, along with potassium, manganese, calcium, magnesium iron and phosphorus, to name just a few. These not only play a vital role in bodily processes, but are also protective as anti-oxidants, which can help protect cells from ageing and damage.
 

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