Parsley is a biennial plant that has white flowers and aromatic leaves which are either crinkly or flat. They are used a culinary herb and also for food garnishing.
It is used widely in the middle east, europe and cooking in the united states.
Curly leaf parsley is also used as a garnish often sprinkled on top of foods. It can also be used in many soups, stews, and casseroles.
So can gerbils eat parsley?
Let’s take a look at their nutritional data and find out more.
In particular their water, calcium, sugar, fat, phosphorus, calcium, sugar and salt content is of most interest as far as gerbils are concerned.
As you can see parsley contains a lot of phosphorus, calcium, and acidic content. It also has a hint of fat and sugar.
This means that it is not the best food for gerbils to eat, it contains a lot of acid and calcium content. If they were to nibble at it, they would be fine but it isn’t a food that should be fed purposely to gerbils.