Bell peppers are also known as Jon’s Head or a pepper in the United Kingdom, Canada and Ireland, and also called Capsicum.
They are a vegetable often used in culinary situations in many different countries around the world.
The main colors of bell peppers are green, yellow, orange and red.
However the color of bell peppers can also be brown, white, lavender, or dark purple, depending on the variety of pepper.
So can hamsters eat bell peppers?
Let’s take a look in depth at their nutritional data and find out more.
In particular, their acidic, water, sugar, fat, phosphorus, salt, and calcium content is of most interest as far as hamsters are concerned.
As you can see bell peppers contain a little phosphorus, acidic content and sugar, a hint of calcium,
This means that they can eat them in small amounts on an occasional basis, they are fine for hamsters to eat and they will enjoy them.
Just make sure that the seeds and the stalk are stripped away as those parts are not good for them to eat.
Make sure when bell peppers are fed to a hamster they are fed raw and not cooked.