What are the symptoms of Iodine deficiency in parrots?
Lethargy Balding Areas & General Poor Feathering Dry, Scaly Skin, Feet and Beak, Difficulty Singing Natural, healthy Kelp is a "super-food" that also aids in correcting Iodine deficiencies. If your parrot has scraggly feathers, dry skin, scaly feet and poor feather coloring, consider adding iodine rich AviKelp to it's diet a few times a week. Especially prevalent in Parrotlets, Gouldian Finches and Australian Finches
What Are The Health Benefits of Kelp for Parrots?
AviKelp corrects many mineral deficiencies, plus, it helps detoxify the body. Iodine rebuilds and maintains normal gland function. Nutrient rich sea kelp improves metabolism, boosts the immune system and aids digestion. Anti-fungal, Anti-viral and Anti-tumor properties.
Harvested from the North Atlantic waters, AviKelp kelp granules provide 60 trace minerals, 41 amino acids and 12 vitamins, most notably, Iodine. Sprinkle 1/8 teapsoon on moist food. Do not over-feed.
Caution: While Kelp can help to stimulate a sluggish thyroid it has been found that too much kelp, given daily for a long period of time, can actually inhibit thyroid activity, which could possibly lead to plucking. Please carefully follow package directions. Hint: Consider serving with organic foods high in zinc such as nuts, pumpkin seeds, spinach, and AviFlax.
Always check with your avian veterinarian for guidance regarding frequency of use before incorporating supplements into your parrots dietary routine. Individual results may vary. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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