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Aceite de Palma Rojo 200 gr. Animalpro

Aceite de Palma Rojo 200 gr. Animalpro
Aceite de Palma Rojo 200 gr. Animalpro
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  • Brands AnimalPro
  • Model 1152
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Price in reward points: 250
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What can you do for palm oil birds?

Palm oil is a product rich in vitamins, among other things, calcium, iron and vitamins and minerals. Palm oil often relieves plucking of the feather, promotes the growth of feathers and creates bright plumage. Even in growing young birds is a perfect supplement. It is an excellent antioxidant.

Carotene gives a reddish color to palm oil when in the liquid state, and orange when it solidifies. Very rich in vitamin E.

Contains only 11% polyunsaturated fatty acids.

0% deodorized = 100% original flavor.
0% transgenic fats = 100% free of transgenic fats.
0% refined = 100% crude, unrefined.

Very rich in carotene.

Red palm oil is liquid from 27 to 30 C.

This oil is extracted from the fruit pulp of the palm. It owes its name and color to high beta-carotene content. Enhances the color and shine of the spring bundle, often helps to pluck plucking and is a support for dry and flaky skin on your birds. It has a high content of vitamin E (antioxidant). Contains 100% organic red palm oil and has a good balance of essential fatty acids. Red avian palm oil is not refined, deodorized, raw and untreated chemically, it is natural. It contains no fats and the organisms are not genetically modified (GMO). This red palm oil fights free radicals for better health and less stress. Extra virgin palm red oil is good for health.

Carotenes offer red palm oil with various health benefits or carotenoids, are a group of 600 different plant nutrients that plants, after intake, as well as human skin, skin, feathers, protect the brain. Different carotenes have a strong antioxidant effect, which prevent, limit or restore the damage that free radicals can cause.

In addition, β-carotene molecules a starting product in order to make the body into vitamin A; Called beta-carotene also provitamin A. The protective effect of carotenes is enormous: red palm oil should have its red color high natural carotenes. They contain high levels of tocotrienols (vitamin E).

1. Fats are necessary in order to be able to absorb the fat soluble vitamins such as vitamins A, D, E and K.

2. Fats are essential for the function of hormones and enzymes.

3. Fats are needed to emulsify nutrients, which serve as a base in order to be able to digest fat-containing food.

4. Fats contain lecithin, a substance that is good for the transmission of stimuli between cells. Lecithin is important for the transport of lipids into the blood.

5. Fats guarantee the supply of more than 600 nutrients including various carotenoids, lutein, lycopene, zeaxanthin, coenzyme Q10, alpha lipoic acid and inositol.

6. Fats form a protective 'jacket' around our organs.

7. Fats are the most concentrated form of energy storage.

Our African Gray Parrot (Psittacus erithacus) is originally a palm fruit eater. In nature next to the nuts palm (about 80% of your diet) fruits, nuts, berries, seeds, flowers and buds eaten.

Recommended Use: Daily use of a pinch per bird every day. In some species be attentive as they can gain weight. Cockatoos quickly pick up the necessary fats. So it is not convenient to give it to you every day.

Contains: Red Palm oil, Carbohydrates 0 gr., Protein 0 g., Saturated fat 100gr - 50,2%, 0,2% - MCT, LCT 50% C / 16 palmitic 44,3%, acids Omega-9 fatty acids, oleic acid 39%, polyunsaturated fatty acids Omega 2-alpha linolenic 0.3% Omega 6 linoleic 10.5%, Cholesterol 0%, Fibers 0% Dosage: Each bird 2 to 3 x per week a pinch of Red Palm. Keep in a dry and cool place. Out of reach of children.

Boat of 200 grams.

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