Coconut oil is often used as a natural alternative to help promote healthy skin and coat. Can it also be good for cats with kidney disease?
Coconut oil is a popular choice for many people, but it can also be harmful to cats. Cats with kidney disease should avoid coconut oil.
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Is coconut oil bad for kidney disease?
Coconut oil is not bad for kidney disease. It is a healthy food that has many benefits, including helping to maintain the health of your heart and brain.
Can cats with kidney disease eat coconut oil?
Cats with kidney disease should not eat coconut oil as it can lead to further complications.
Coconut oil is a good source of medium-chain triglycerides, which help to maintain healthy kidney function. It can also be used as an alternative treatment for dogs with kidney disease. Reference: best oil for dogs with kidney disease.
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