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  • Apples (all varieties, no seeds) Apples contain malic and tartaric acids, which keep the liver and digestion healthy.  

  • Apricots (no pits or area near pit).  Dried, unsweetened apricots have the higher Vitamin A content of all fruits.  Excellent source of potassium, niacin, riboflavin and iron.

  • Bananas .  Good source of B6, potassium, riboflavin).  You should remove peel before giving to your bird, but  I have to admit, I serve my bananas in slices to my Hahns.  Without the peel they will not eat them.  I believe they don't like the feel of the mushy banana.  They eat the inside and drop the peel to the floor for the  cleaners!

  • Berries (strawberries (have to be washed extremely well with a veggie wash), blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, cranberries)  Strawberry leaves help to remove metallic poisons from the blood.  Raspberry leaves help soothe the entire system.  Blackberries are a source of ascorbic acid and strawberries a source of vitamin C and potassium.

  • Cactus fruit

  • Cherimoya

  • Cherries, No pits.  Can be helpful in healing gout.

  • Coconuts

  • Coquitos (mini coconuts)

  • Currents

  • Dates.  Source of potassium and niacin

  • Figs.  Source of potassium and iron

  • Grapes (red, green, black) Grapes help the kidneys by decreasing the acidity of uric acid

  • Grapefruit.  Source of Vitamin C)

  • Guavas

  • Kiwis.  Source of potassium and ascorbic acid.

  • Kumquats

  • Leeches