8 Benefits That Make Cinnamon Super For Bulldogs!

Benefits of Cinnamon for Bulldogs

Dogs love the taste of cinnamon, but that’s just one of the reasons why we add it to our Bulldog Superfood Biscuits.

If you are thinking, “I thought cinnamon was toxic for dogs?” … no, you’re thinking of nutmeg.  Nutmeg is toxic for dogs (so don’t give them that), but Cinnamon is a superfood for both humans and dogs.

Cinnamon is loaded with antioxidants.  [1] [2] [3]  It outranks almost all spices in terms of it’s antioxidant properties.  [4]  It has so many antioxidants that is can also be used as a natural food preservative. [5]

You have probably heard of cinnamon being beneficial for diabetics due to it’s blood sugar regulating properties, but it has a bunch of potential other benefits as well! [6] [7]

  1. Blood sugar regulation [6] [7]
  2. anti-viral / anti-bacterial / anti-fungal properties [8] [9] [10] [11]
  3. brain health [12] [13]
  4. cardiovascular health [14]
  5. anti-cancer [15] [16]
  6. anti-inflammatory [17] [18]
  7. gut/digestion health [19]
  8. skin health [20]

A lot of potential benefits … right?  And that’s why it’s considered a superfood, outranking almost all other spices.

 

The Typical Health Issues of Bulldogs:

Bulldogs have some common health issues they are more prone to than other dog breeds.  

When you compare the potential benefits of Cinnamon to the common issues that Bulldogs are known for, you understand why we consider Cinnamon to be one of the top superfoods for Bulldogs. 

Vital Paws Superfood Biscuits for Bulldogs

Disclaimers:
Customers are reminded that it is entirely of their own accord, right and responsibility to make educated choices with their pet’s health care.

Always consult your veterinarian prior to the use of any herbal product or service.  Products and services are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.  Customers assume all liability in full for the treatment of their pets. Statements in this guide, our website, and our emails not been evaluated by the FDA and are for educational purposes only.

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