Broccoli is packed with vitamins, minerals and other nutrients. Vitamin A, C and E are abundant and function as anti-oxidant. Sulforaphane protects against cancer and benefits the cardiovascular system. Also, vitamin K plays a role in blood clotting and the bones.
Broccoli is family of kale, which needs to be provided to rodents and rabbits in small quantities, preferably in combination with other sorts of veggies.
Low in calories, full of vitamins, including vitamin C, K, folic acid and B6. In addition, there are more antioxidants, it works anti-inflammatory, fat-reducing, anti-bacterial and it lowers blood pressure. It also has a diuretic effect, which can be very beneficial for animals with bladder problems.
Carrots contain many different antioxidants, vitamins (including A, beta-carotene and K) and minerals. It also supports the liver, an organ that is involved in many body processes. Very important to keep the liver healthy!
They are slightly more expensive, but because they contain so many nutrients, you only have to provide a little bit for the benefits. The vitamin C content is extremely high (150mg / 100g) and the carotenoid content also excels. Because there is little energy in it, this vegetable is also very suitable for fat animals. And as a general health enhancer for all animals!
Tomatoes also contain many vitamins and minerals, including vitamin A, C, B-vitamins and potassium. In addition, it contains a substance (lycopene, which is also found in other fruits and vegetables) that has an anti-cancer effect and reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases.