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Cuteness Overload! 16 Halloween Styles For Your Pets

Cuteness Overload! 16 Halloween Styles For Your Pets

Halloween is knocking at the door. The only anticipation right now is how to represent yourself uniquely from the others. What costumes will you be wearing this? What about your partner? Your children? Will your happy family be Adam’s Family this year? And so on..

Have you considered about the other member of your family, who may not necessarily go on the rounds of “trick or treat”, but surely will celebrate Halloween with you lot? Here are some Halloween ideas for pets that you may thoroughly enjoy, and who knows, you may dress up your pets like that too?

1. Angry Dog

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    We have all seen Angry Birds, we all love Angry Birds. Lets see an Angry Dog for a change this Halloween.

    2. Dancing Cat

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      Let your furry little friend be a ballet dancer this Halloween.

      3. Batman’s Best Friend

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        Your best friend is also your vigilante. Give him the perfect costume to express his true self!

        4. “It’s-a me, Kitty!”

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          “Mamma Mia! Are you looking for me?” A simple cap, and a fake moustache can make your cat ready for the day.

          5. Beautiful Princess Doggy

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            You can have a bright, colorful, and extraordinary cute witch roaming around your house this year.

            6. “Cool Hands” Cowboy Cat

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              Your little feline friend can be a charming cow-cat this time. If you have time, you can make a small coat (if your pet won’t mind wearing a coat, that is).

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              7. Double Fun Doggies

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                This is for your two dogs at home. In case you do make them wear something similar, do share it with us see as well. It is two of the cutest costumes that can be put on the furry animals.

                8. Pirate Captain Cat

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                  This is another one of the winning Halloween ideas for pets. Dress your cat in a pirate outfit, I think even Captain Jack Sparrow would appreciate his competitor.

                  9. An Ewok Dog And A Panda Cat

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                    So, there’s a Ewok from Star Wars and a panda roaming around the house… How adorable is that? If you want, you can switch the outfits, and make your dog be the panda, and your cat, the Ewok.

                    10. Guinea, The Alligator

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                      One of the Halloween ideas for pets, as such guinea pigs, is to dress them up as other animals. The guineas are small, and soft, and dressing them up as alligators, who are ferocious and dangerous, can be fun.

                      11. Guinea Sorceress

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                        From being a crocodile to being a sorceress, you can dress your guinea in whatever style you want. They will look lovable anyway.

                        12. Super Dog

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                          Here we are presenting The Superdog! He will come to your rescue, and he will sweep you off your feet.

                          13. Able Seaman Whiskers, The Sailor Cat

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                            There is our famous Popeye, the sailor man, and here is your pussy, the sailor cat.

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                            14. Little Red Riding Hood

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                              Who said Red Riding Hood has to be a little girl? This Halloween, modify the story in your own version. Your little canine friend can be lil’ Red Riding Hood, just be sure she does not meet with the big bad wolf!

                              15. Rapper Cat

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                                “Yo! Happy Halloween, peeps!” Or should it be, “Meow! Meow Meow, Meow!” The rap artist of the year, maybe?

                                16. The Blonde And The Brunette

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                                  I just had to give this idea! Not only are the dogs looking adorably cute, but the picture is quite hilarious. Your pet(s) are sure to win The Best Halloween Costume of the Year!

                                  These are some of the Halloween ideas for pets. You still have time to make them, buy them, or you can order from online! Whatever suits you fine. Just don’t forget to upload the pictures and share with us. We would love to see how you dress yourself, and your pets. Have a Happy Halloween!

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                                  Last Updated on August 12, 2019

                                  12 Best Foods That Improve Memory and Brain Health

                                  12 Best Foods That Improve Memory and Brain Health

                                  Nutrition plays a vital role in brain function and staying sharp into the golden years. Personally, my husband is going through medical school, which is like a daily mental marathon. Like any good wife, I am always looking for things that will boost his memory fortitude so he does his best in school.

                                  But you don’t have to be a med student to appreciate better brainiac brilliance. If you combine certain foods with good hydration, proper sleep and exercise, you may just rival Einstein and have a great memory in no time.

                                  I’m going to reveal the list of foods coming out of the kitchen that can improve your memory and make you smarter.

                                  Here are 12 best brain foods that improve memory and brain power:

                                  1. Nuts

                                  The American Journal of Epidemiology published a study linking higher intakes of vitamin E with the prevention on cognitive decline.[1]

                                  Nuts like walnuts and almonds (along with other great foods like avocados) are a great source of vitamin E.

                                  Cashews and sunflower seeds also contain an amino acid that reduces stress by boosting serotonin levels.

                                  Walnuts even resemble the brain, just in case you forget the correlation, and are a great source of omega 3 fatty acids, which also improve your mental magnitude.

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                                  2. Blueberries

                                  Shown in studies at Tuffs University to benefit both short-term memory and coordination, blueberries pack quite a punch in a tiny blue package.[2]

                                  When compared to other fruits and veggies, blueberries were found to have the highest amount of antioxidants (especially flavonoids), but strawberries, raspberries, and blackberries are also full of brain benefits.

                                  3. Tomatoes

                                  Tomatoes are packed full of the antioxidant lycopene, which has shown to help protect against free-radical damage most notably seen in dementia patients.

                                  4. Broccoli

                                  While all green veggies are important and rich in antioxidants and vitamin C, broccoli is a superfood even among these healthy choices.

                                  Since your brain uses so much fuel (it’s only 3% of your body weight but uses up to 17% of your energy), it is more vulnerable to free-radical damage and antioxidants help eliminate this threat.

                                  Broccoli is packed full of antioxidants, is well-known as a powerful cancer fighter and is also full of vitamin K, which is known to enhance cognitive function.

                                  5. Foods Rich in Essential Fatty Acids

                                  Your brain is the fattest organ (not counting the skin) in the human body, and is composed of 60% fat. That means that your brain needs essential fatty acids like DHA and EPA to repair and build up synapses associated with memory.

                                  The body does not naturally produce essential fatty acids so we must get them in our diet.

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                                  Eggs, flax, and oily fish like salmon, sardines, mackerel and herring are great natural sources of these powerful fatty acids. Eggs also contain choline, which is a necessary building block for the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, to help you recall information and concentrate.

                                  6. Soy

                                  Soy, along with many other whole foods mentioned here, are full of proteins that trigger neurotransmitters associated with memory.

                                  Soy protein isolate is a concentrated form of the protein that can be found in powder, liquid, or supplement form.

                                  Soy is valuable for improving memory and mental flexibility, so pour soy milk over your cereal and enjoy the benefits.

                                  7. Dark Chocolate

                                  When it comes to chocolate, the darker the better. Try to aim for at least 70% cocoa. This yummy desert is rich in flavanol antioxidants which increase blood flow to the brain and shield brain cells from aging.

                                  Take a look at this article if you want to know more benefits of dark chocolate: 15 Surprising and Science-Backed Health Effects of Dark Chocolate

                                  8. Foods Rich in Vitamins: B vitamins, Folic Acid, Iron

                                  Some great foods to obtain brain-boosting B vitamins, folic acid and iron are kale, chard, spinach and other dark leafy greens.

                                  B6, B12 and folic acid can reduce levels of homocysteine in the blood. Homocysteine increases are found in patients with cognitive impairment like Alzheimer’s, and high risk of stroke.

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                                  Studies showed when a group of elderly patients with mild cognitive impairment were given high doses of B6, B12, and folic acid, there was significant reduction in brain shrinkage compared to a similar placebo group.[3]

                                  Other sources of B vitamins are liver, eggs, soybeans, lentils and green beans. Iron also helps accelerate brain function by carrying oxygen. If your brain doesn’t get enough oxygen, it can slow down and people can experience difficulty concentrating, diminished intellect, and a shorter attention span.

                                  To get more iron in your diet, eat lean meats, beans, and iron-fortified cereals. Vitamin C helps in iron absorption, so don’t forget the fruits!

                                  9. Foods Rich in Zinc

                                  Zinc has constantly demonstrated its importance as a powerful nutrient in memory building and thinking. This mineral regulates communications between neurons and the hippocampus.

                                  Zinc is deposited within nerve cells, with the highest concentrations found in the hippocampus, the part of the brain responsible for higher learning function and memory.

                                  Some great sources of zinc are pumpkin seeds, liver, nuts, and peas.

                                  10. Gingko Biloba

                                  This herb has been utilized for centuries in eastern culture and is best known for its memory boosting brawn.

                                  It can increase blood flow in the brain by dilating vessels, increasing oxygen supply and removing free radicals.

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                                  However, don’t expect results overnight: this may take a few weeks to build up in your system before you see improvements.

                                  11. Green and Black Tea

                                  Studies have shown that both green and black tea prevent the breakdown of acetylcholine—a key chemical involved in memory and lacking in Alzheimer’s patients.

                                  Both teas appear to have the same affect on Alzheimer’s disease as many drugs utilized to combat the illness, but green tea wins out as its affects last a full week versus black tea which only lasts the day.

                                  Find out more about green tea here: 11 Health Benefits of Green Tea (+ How to Drink It for Maximum Benefits)

                                  12. Sage and Rosemary

                                  Both of these powerful herbs have been shown to increase memory and mental clarity, and alleviate mental fatigue in studies.

                                  Try to enjoy these savory herbs in your favorite dishes.

                                  When it comes to mental magnitude, eating smart can really make you smarter. Try to implement more of these readily available nutrients and see just how brainy you can be!

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