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Health Benefits of Feeding Your Dog Pineapple
Pineapple isn’t just a healthy snack for humans – it is for dogs too! Fresh, frozen, or baked, pineapple dog treats are great for pups.
Pineapple provides many health benefits to humans, but pet owners are often left wondering whether or not their favorite snack can be shared with their dog. Pineapple is full of nutrients like Vitamin C and Manganese, which help with fighting illness and producing energy. Luckily, these same nutrients that benefit humans can also make for a nutrient-packed treat for your dog. While pineapple is a great choice for your dog, it is also high in fiber and natural sugar and should be enjoyed in small amounts.
When sharing pineapple with your dog for the first time, it’s best to monitor them to make sure they are digesting it well. Also keep in mind that while raw pineapple is perfectly safe for dogs to eat, canned pineapple should be avoided because most dogs don’t react well to the sugary syrup in canned pineapple. There are a few parts of a pineapple that dogs shouldn’t eat. Dogs should only enjoy the soft inner fruit as feeding them the skin or core of a pineapple could cause intestinal irritation or choking.Continue reading
Your Guide to a Pineapple Filled New Year Detox
The beginning of a new year is the perfect time to start a new health routine, using juice cleanses for your detox are just one of the healthy ways pineapples can be used for to give your body the nutrients it needs. Including pineapple in your juice detoxes provides many health benefits for fighting the flu, preventing inflammation, and killing unhealthy bacteria in your body. Pineapple is full of Vitamin C, an antioxidant that defends your body from sickness and strengthens your immune system. Aside from Vitamin C, pineapples also contain manganese, an energy-producing nutrient, and Vitamin B, which helps the enzymatic reactions needed for energy production.
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A Tree That Will Put a Tropical Twist on Your Holiday Celebrations
‘Tis the season for holiday music, peppermint mochas, and Christmas trees. If you haven’t found a tree this year, don’t worry. A Pineapple Christmas tree will make you feel like you’re on a tropical vacation.
Pineapple Christmas trees are an inexpensive way to spice up your holiday décor. They are a compact, colorful, and fun addition to any space. These tiny ‘trees’ can be displayed on kitchen counters, bathroom counters, dining room tables, or anywhere else. When decorating your tropical tree, there are no rules—besides having fun!
Follow along for a few ideas about how to decorate your pineapple. Don’t forget to press play on Jimmy Buffett’s “Christmas Island”!Continue reading