Discussing Questions And Answers About Homemade Sauce For Dog Food

Mary asks…

what should i feed my 1 month old baby parakeet?

i am getting a baby parakeet and i raise alot of parakeet but never raise the 1 month old, someone is giving it to me because she is quiting and no body wants to buy it even she post it on craiglist no one ever ask her for the parakeet so she is giving it to me. can i feed them bird seed or no? or a homemade baby bird food? please help! (i have no money to buy baby bird formula its over $17 and no money for that now so please help ASAP.)

Jimmy answers:

As much as you’d probably like to get that parakeet. Theres no way it’d survive with no proper nutrition. Do you think mushy bread has nutrients in it? No.
The only way to let it survive is hand rearing mixture.
You can try some of these but theres no gurarntee they’ll work… They’ll all have to be the right temperature or the bird won’t eat it.

Hand-Feeding Forumla

1 cup all natural apple sauce
1 quart All natural apple juice
1/2 tube Nutrical (high calorie supplement for cats and dogs)
2 jars each of Gerber baby food (spinach, garden vegetable, carrots, sweet potatoes, squash, green beans)
3 tablespoons Jif low sodium peanut butter
4 cups Kaytee Handfeeding formula
4 cups Water

Mix Kaytee formula, water, juice, applesauce, babyfood.
Stir until powder completely blended.
Add peanut butter and Nutrical.
Microwave on high for 8 minutes.
Stir then microwave again for 8 minutes.
Stir then microwave again for 8 minutes.
Divide in to 1 cup servings and freeze in containers.
Thaw: microwave 4 minutes, stir, heat 25 seconds or until warm.
Food will last in refrigerator for 2 days.

Maria asks…

Does anyone know what types of food will strength your Immune system?

Jimmy answers:

Foods to avoid
Certain foods can have high levels of bacteria. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recommends that children, older adults, and those with weakened immune systems avoid the following foods:

raw vegetable sprouts (alfalfa, radish, broccoli, mung bean, etc.) because of a high risk of Salmonella and E. Coli contamination
raw eggs, including unpasteurized eggnog, uncooked Caesar salad dressing, and unbaked meringues because of possible Salmonella contamination
unpasteurized fruit and vegetable juice, including cider, unless you prepare it at home with thoroughly washed produce
raw or undercooked ground meat and poultry
tofu packed in water
As a general rule, most registered dietitians recommend avoiding the following foods during chemotherapy because they can have levels of bacteria high enough to make a person with a weakened immune system sick:

foods that are raw or undercooked, which can include meat, fish, shellfish, lox, sushi, sashimi, poultry, eggs, hot dogs, deli meats, tofu, sausage, and bacon
foods containing raw eggs, such as hollandaise sauce, raw cookie dough, or homemade mayonnaise
unpasteurized (raw) milk and dairy products made from unpasteurized milk
soft cheeses, such as feta, Brie, Camembert, blue-veined (Roquefort, Stilton, Gorgonzola, and blue) and Mexican-style cheeses, such as those used to make queso sauce
unwashed raw fruits and vegetables and those with mold on them
raw honey
sun tea
unpasteurized beer
uncooked brewer’s yeast

James asks…

what can i eat and not eat whilst pregnant?

Hi people, well I am 7 weeks pregnant now and due to go shopping today. I have know that Im pregnant for almsot 2 weeks and I am really wanting to eat the right food so please can somebody tell me what is good for me to eat that will help my babys development. I dont want to eat stuff that will harm the baby and Im fed up with friends saying eat this and eat that and then others saying no you cant eat that even though a certain friend has said its ok to eat it!!! GRRR!! its so confusing and I cant ask the midwife as I dont yet have one!

Jimmy answers:

What not to eat when you are pregnant:

* Raw Meats and Seafood including sushi – all uncooked and rare meats and seafood should be avoided due to high risk of listeria and salmonella poisoning.

* Deli meats including hot dogs – these deli meats might be contaminated with listeria bacteria which may result in miscarriage or even a stillbirth. It’s safe to eat deli meats if you reheat them until steaming hot.

* Refrigerated smoked seafood – for the same reason of listeria contamination. It is safe if they are contained in cooked dishes. Canned and shelf-stable versions are safe to eat.

* Raw eggs – raw eggs may contain salmonella. Some Caesar salad dressings, mayonnaise, homemade ice cream and custards as well as Hollandaise sauces may be made with raw eggs. It is best to check with your server in a restaurant; if in doubt, it is best to avoid it. In addition, unpasteurized eggnog should be avoided.

* Fish high in mercury – avoid high-mercury fish such as Shark, Swordfish, King Mackerel and Tilefish. Also limit fish intake to no more than 2 servings per week. For more info – read Is it Safe to eat Fish during Pregnancy?

* Soft cheese – avoid the following soft cheeses: Feta, Brie, and Camembert cheeses, blue-veined cheeses, queso blanco, queso fresco and Panela. They are safe to eat if they are labelled pasteurized.

* Refrigerated pâtes or meat spreads – for the same reason of listeria contamination. It is safe to eat the canned or shelf-stable versions.

* Liver – liver is a rich source of iron. However it contains a high level of Vitamin A. Large amounts of Vitamin A can be harmful to the baby.

Foods to avoid pregnancy what not to eat pregnant

* Unpasteurized milk and juices

* Alcohol – many documented fetal abnormalities and birth defects have been associated with alcohol use during pregnancy.

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