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Probiotics influence behavior

This is for humans but I am convinced that one of the main culprits of all parrot woes is diet, which is why I advocate fresh food (alive with enzymes, beneficial bacteria and antioxidants) instead of pellets, dehydrated or freeze-dried food, etc.

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