Frozen Antioxidant Bite Recipe

What are antioxidants? It's a term heard relatively often but do you know what they do for the body? To put it simply, antioxidants help reduce the risk of many diseases. Ultimately they help reduce the damage done by oxidation to the bodies cells, which occurs to everyone and every dog, slowly over time. Oxidative stress, which antioxidants combat, has been linked to arthritis, heart disease, cancer, stroke, respiratory disease, immune deficiency and inflammatory diseases.
If you're interested in a simple, at home recipe to help your dog combat or push back these normal but unfortunate aspects of aging, you've come to the right place!
Let's get into these simple treats that will help increase your dogs vitality and prolong their longevity!
What you'll need:
  • Blueberries
  • Strawberries
  • Blackberries
  • Orange
Any of these fruits, in any quantity will do! Organic is best. If you can't get organic, make sure to wash effectively.
  • Blender
  • Silicon molds / ice cube trays
  • Bowl
  • Water
  • Cutting board - if using silicon molds
What you'll do:
  1. Wash antioxidant fruits
  2. Pour fruit into blender
  3. Add just a bit of water
  4. Blend fully
  5. Place silicon molds onto cutting board that fits into freezer (silicon molds are harder to transfer without a solid base)
  6. Pour mixture into molds or ice cube trays
  7. Place in the freezer
  8. Pop them out as needed or pop out and place into container for later use
  9. Viola! Feed to pup
This is such a super simple way to get antioxidants into your dogs diet to benefit their health. These can either be used as treats and given as is or they can be added to your dogs food dish to eat with a meal. Whichever is easiest for you and whatever way your dog prefers. You'll get the same benefit and your dog will thank you!
Munch on!
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