Mustard greens are leaves that are grown in a similar form in African and the Asian sub-continent and used in Asian and African cuisine.
So can hamsters eat mustard greens?
Let’s take a look at their nutritional data and find out more.
In particular, their acidic, water, sugar, fat, salt, phosphorus, and calcium content is of most interest as far as hamsters are concerned.
As you can see, mustard greens contain quite a bit of phosphorus, a hint of sodium, fat and sugar, plus a lot of calcium and acidic content.
This means that hamsters can eat mustard greens but only in small amounts on a very occasional basis, due to their acidic and calcium content.
A few small pieces that they can hold in their paws will suffice for them, but remember they are aren’t a food to be fed often to them.