- Dec 5, 2009
When I read reminders like this I used to think of course I would know it was the berries. Later however I fed them strawberries and the next day I totally did panic for a second there lol. :wallbang:hopefloats said:Just make sure you remember the staining is from the blueberries!
Aida said:Also, garlic is an amazing antioxidant, and honey(ecpecially black forest honey) is insanely healthy in many ways-just like for humans. But I think it's too sweet to give the little guys.
LMAO :laugh4: That's so true for this house too!Sharlees rattakisses said:Mine LOVES fruit!!
They eat it and then spend the rest of the time as pooping machines.:giggle:
Smells like a barn in there the next day. :shock:
I've given my rats some before, mixed between other fruits and veggies, and they were fine. I also think I made a thread about it?Kate476 said:
Where can you get this powder and how often would it be best to give to them?jorats said:Blueberries are no longer the front runner for the best antioxidant fruit. Although it's still extremely good. Better berries are the blackberries, goji berries and the best of all berries is the amla. Indian goose berries. You can get it powder form to add to their food.
I mix garlic in their block mush sometimes. Can someone explain antioxidant and the benefits of giving food that is an antioxidant?Aida said:I've given my rats some before, mixed between other fruits and veggies, and they were fine. I also think I made a thread about it?Kate476 said: