Infographic: Human Foods Your Dogs Can & Cannot Eat

Who doesn’t sneak their pets a table scrap or two during dinner?

When you’re opening a bag of chips, your dog will probably run from a room on the other side of the house. Their puppy eyes convince you to share your snack with them.

Sneaking your dog a few leftover foods may seem like a way to show your affection. However, it can also be more harmful that you’d think.

Some human foods are healthy choices that can be added to your dog’s regular diet. But, some of them are extremely dangerous for dogs that can cause illness and even death if they ingest them.

Also, your dogs can have allergies, too. In this situation, human foods might not for them. Feeding them a special diet for allergy dogs can help lower your dog’s risk of developing an allergy or manage your dog’s allergy symptoms.

Before sharing your food with your furry friends, it’s important to know that what you’re feeding them won’t harm them or necessitate an emergency visit to the vet.

Here is a detailed chart about 50+ human food your dog can and can not eat from CyberPet. If you’re not sure it’s safe for your dog, keep reading!



Infographic: The Eight B-Vitamins Your Body Needs

In the infographic below, Dr. Weil explains these eight B-vitamins that your body needs and the best whole food sources to find them. The eight B-vitamins are essential to so many body functions including your metabolism, immune system, energy production, and so much more. Enjoy!

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Infographic: Clean Label Protein Powder Study Results

The Clean Label Project, a Denver-based non-profit, was commissioned to study the toxins and nutritional information found in 134 of the top protein powders on the market. Sadly, the results were not good for all of our clean label protein powders. They found that 53 of the 134 protein powders tested with elevated levels of lead, mercury, arsenic, cadmium, and BPA. Interested in learning more? You can check out the infographic below for some of the key stats and you can also visit their website to see the full protein powder rankings.

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Infographic: The Nutrition Rainbow for Health

Have you ever heard eat the rainbow? This infographic digs into the nutrition rainbow and how the different color fruits and vegetables offer different health benefits. Fruits and vegetables are critical to eat because of their protective compounds. The saddest thing is that only 1 out of 10 U.S. adults are meeting their daily serving of fruits and vegetables. Check out this infographic for more details on the compounds in these different color fruits and vegetables. Enjoy!

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Infographic: Love Your Heart With These Fruits & Vegetables

NutriFusion developed our GrandFusion fruit and vegetable powders because we know how important these whole foods are to our diets. We saw that people were eating more packaged and processed foods, but most of these were not packed with fruits and vegetables. On top of that, the products that did have fruits and vegetables in them were not retaining the beneficial vitamins and minerals that our bodies so desperately need. Check out the infographic below created by SunWarrior and a list of heart-healthy foods.

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Infographic: A Guide to Vitamin Rich Foods

Vitamins are essential to regulating the body and protecting us from oxidative stress. This is the primary reason that NutriFusion developed the GrandFusion powdered blends to help food manufacturers easily add robust combinations of vitamins and minerals all from fruits and vegetables. Check out this infographic on vitamin rich foods and how to keep your diet full of them.

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Infographic: Organic vs. Non-GMO – What’s the Difference?

PacMoore recently released an interesting infographic on the differences between organic and non-GMO labels. Most consumers, as well as food brands, struggle to understand what is the difference. The certification and verification process is much different. Check out PacMoore’s infographic to learn more!

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Infographic: How Much Food Do Humans Waste?

It’s a sad subject, but something that we need to talk about. An estimated 1/3 of the world’s food is wasted throughout the food supply from farm to kitchen. Below is an infographic published by InvestmentZen that details some of the most shocking facts about food waste in today’s society.

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Infographic: Top 19 Pet Food Controversies

The pet food industry is more complicated than ever for consumers to navigate. Pet consumers have started to put an emphasis on their dog or cat’s diet. They want their furry friend to eat healthily so they can live longer, have a better coat, cleaner teeth, and more. However, choosing the right pet food can be difficult because of all the lawsuits, pet food recalls, and complaints from other pet owners. created an infographic earlier this year to detail the top 19 controversies to know about when choosing your next pet food. Enjoy!

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Infographic: 7 Trends Disrupting the Food Industry

Check out these seven trends disrupting the Austrailian and New Zealand food industry in 2017!

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Almost 80% of Consumers Look For Products With a Fewer Ingredients

Most consumers these days think about their health and the environment whenever they are shopping. According to the Market Lifestyle of Health and Sustainability (LOHAS) of 2017, shoppers are opting for products that have fewer ingredients and clean product labels. Activities related to this include buying plant-based, non-GMO, and organic products to show support to the planet and their health.

In the same study, 8 out of 10 consumers are now conscious, about their health and opt to buy products with fewer ingredients that they can understand and pronounce. Most consumers are not afraid to ditch their old grocery stores for shops that offer products with clean labels. This resulted in the popularity of farmer’s markets and health food stores. As a result, many of retail supermarkets are now carrying clean label products to increase their market reach. Examples of these retail giants include Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods Market, Target, and Price Clubs.

Millennials Opt For Clean Labels with Simple Ingredients

consumers want fewer simple ingredientsBut who drives the whole clean label movement? In the survey, Market LOHAS noted that millennials occupy most of the pie, at about 60%, while the older generation is not so keen on the advantages of clean labels. The younger generation worries too much about the effects of using harmful ingredients in food while the older consumers stress the importance of allergy related label claims.

The thing is that more and more Millennials are health conscious because this is the generation of sick people. With the presence of fast-food restaurants and a plethora of processed junk food, it is easy for this generation to suffer from metabolic-related diseases like obesity and Type 2 diabetes.

What Drives Their Purchase

Almost 70% of Americans buy free-from food products mainly for health and nutritional reasons. In fact, personal well-being is one of the most important driving factors that push people to buy products with clean labels. There is also a growing belief that free-from foods are also linked to having a healthy planet. For instance, cage-free poultry is believed to be better for the body and the world because the animals are grown in a humane way.

Another driving factor that pushes people to buy products with clean labels is the company’s ethics. In fact, 56% of the respondents claim that they refuse to buy from a company whose products are perceived to be produced by unethical means. This has also driven companies to adhere to better policies when it comes to manufacturing their products.

Consumption of products with clean labels is not only healthy and ethical, but it is also sustainable for the environment. While more expensive, people are willing to spend extra more to be able to buy products that they believe are not only good for their health but also the environment.

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