Small Pets Breeding

Can Hamsters Eat Cashews? (benefits and risks)

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Can Hamsters Eat Cashews

 Can Hamsters Eat Cashews?

Can Hamsters Eat Cashews?

No Hamsters can’t eat cashews, because although it contains a lot of vitamins and vitamins that benefit hamsters, cashews also contain a high fat content that may cause hamsters a lot of health problems such as diarrhea, so I do not think that cashews will be a suitable food for hamsters

The hamster needs to eat vegetables mainly with a small piece of fruit, preferably if you give him fruit every two days, it is better than every day. It is not preferable to give snacks that humans eat to hamsters, such as cashews for example
 

 

Cashew nuts are not considered a basic meal, but rather a snack that people eat for entertainment, so the hamster will not benefit anything because the hamster needs vegetables and fruits and also needs foods that contain vitamin C and cashews contain a very small percentage of vitamin C.

 

Nutritional value

Nutritional value per 100 g (3.5 oz)

  1. Energy 553 kcal (2,310 kJ)
  2. Carbohydrates 30.19 g
  3. Starch 23.49 g
  4. Sugars 5.91 g
  5. Dietary fiber 3.3 g
  6. Fat 43.85 g
  7. Saturated 7.783 g
  8. Monounsaturated 23.797 g
  9. Polyunsaturated 7.845 g
  10. Protein
  11. 18.22 g
  12. Vitamin A 0 IU
  13. Thiamine (B1) 37%0.423 mg
  14. Riboflavin (B2) 5%0.058 mg
  15. Niacin (B3) 7%1.062 mg
  16. Pantothenic acid (B5) 17%0.86 mg
  17. Vitamin B6 32%0.417 mg
  18. Folate (B9) 6%25 μg
  19. Vitamin B12 0%0 μg
  20. Vitamin C 1%0.5 mg
  21. Vitamin D 0%0 μg
  22. Vitamin E 6%0.90 mg
  23. Vitamin K 32%34.1 μg
  24. Minerals Quantity%DV†
  25. Calcium 4%37 mg
  26. Copper 110%2.2 mg
  27. Iron 51%6.68 mg
  28. Magnesium 82%292 mg
  29. Manganese 79%1.66 mg
  30. Phosphorus 85%593 mg
  31. Potassium 14%660 mg
  32. Selenium 28%19.9 μg
  33. Sodium 1%12 mg
  34. Zinc 61%5.78 mg
  35. Water 5.20 g

are Cashews good for hamsters

In my opinion, cashews are more harmful than good because the high fat content may cause the hamster to have diarrhea as well. It does not contain a high percentage of vitamin C, which the hamster needs in abundance because it cannot produce it naturally, but it contains many vitamins and other minerals such as calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus and potassium.
 
Some people think that you can offer cashews only once a month to hamsters, but in the end the decision is yours, but if you may want to offer cashews to hamsters, you should offer them only once a month and you must break them into very small pieces so as not to cause the hamster to suffocate
 

 

Risks of feeding Cashews to hamsters

The high fat content of cashews may cause hamsters to become distressed and obese. Cashews may also cause hamsters to have digestive problems and may cause hamsters to choke.
Cashews may cause hamsters’ bladder stones, and that if you give the hamster another food with cashews that contain oxalates and oxalates that prevent calcium from being absorbed from the body, causing calcium to accumulate in the body and cause bladder stones
Conclusion
I do not advise you to give cashews to the hamster because it may cause him many health problems such as diarrhea, obesity and suffocation, because cashews have a high fat content, some people think that you can give him cashews only once a month, but I do not think so, so the reader is for you In the end, but if you intend to give him cashew nuts, you should offer it to the hamster only once a month, and you must break it into very small pieces so that the hamster does not choke.

 

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