Just as the name suggests, your Large Hookbill's will be treated to nothing but their favorite tropical fruits, vegetables, Legumes (Peanuts, Beans, Peas)and nuts. Legumes are generally valued nutritionally for their high protein, natural enzyme activity, both soluble and insoluble fiber (insoluble fiber is thought to slow down the metabolism of some carbohydrates which is beneficial in regulating blood sugar levels), B-complex vitamins, particularly Folic Acid, minerals plus all the essential amino acids. In shell (raw)Peanuts are very high in protein, unsaturated fatty acids, B-complex vitamins, particularly Niacin and Folic Acid. Peanuts have appreciable amounts of Calcium, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, and have a favorable profile of all the essential amino acids. Sweet Garden Peas are loaded with protein, carbohydrates, vitamins A, C, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Zinc and has appreciable amounts of B-complex & E vitamins plus all the essential amino acids. Fruits are generally valued nutritionally for their high natural enzyme activity, easily digestible carbohydrates (Fructose), vitamins, minerals and are very low in fat. Pineapple is rich in easily digestible carbohydrates, very low in fat with appreciable amounts of vitamins A, C and E, Calcium, Potassium, and particularly rich in the trace mineral Manganese. Papaya is also a very rich source of carbohydrates and is very low in fat. Papaya is a strong source of vitamins A, C and E as well as Calcium and Potassium. Red Chili Peppers(fruits) are a very rich source of carbohydrates, soluble fiber, vitamin A, Iron and Potassium. They are rich in B-complex vitamins, particularly Niacin with appreciable levels of vitamins C & E and the essential amino acids. Vegetables, particularly uncooked vegetables, are generally valued nutritionally for their high natural enzyme activity, nearly all vitamins, minerals, the essential amino acids and are very low in fat.