Friday, April 30, 2010

New tool to promote healing

I came upon a new tool in the self care revolution called the AM wand.
It is infused with new technology that reminds the cells to return to
"source" where there is no pain, dis-ease, or lack of motion. There are
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Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Ultimate diet contains raw meat

Raw meat and bones have been a superior source of nutrients for our dogs and cats.  Nutritionally oriented veterinarians and thousands of people all over the world have found improved health when raw, edible, meaty bones were included in their diet.   Some of the benefits noted are:  stronger disease and parasite resistance, elimination of bad breath and body odor, helps to naturally express anal glands, improves digestion, strong clean teeth, healthy skin and coat, healthy ears, helps alleviate allergies, and creates a very happy pet.  Raw foods enable our pets to enjoy the optimum quality of life that they deserve.
I realize not everyone may have the time or means to switch totally to a RAW MEAT AND BONE  diet but how about supplementing as much and as often as you can.  Start with raw chicken necks for the small pets and include raw chicken backs. wings, legs, or turkey necks for the larger breeds.  Always remember to serve them RAW as cooking changes the molecular structure causing splintering bones and more difficult digestion. Raw necks are full of good edible cartilage offering a superior source of nutrition over commercial cartilage supplements  that line the shelves at health food stores,etc. for joint and bone problems.
Therefore, raw, meaty bones provide nutritious marrow, amino acids/protein, essential fatty acids, fiber, enzymes, antioxidants, and a vast array of vitamins and minerals all in a usable form.

Start thinking about a RAW MEAT diet.  An example is as follows for a 10# pet:
        Raw meat:  1/4 to 1/2 cup muscle meat(plus organ meat or egg)
        Raw bone:  1-2 chicken necks
        Veggies:  1/2-1 tablespoon, pulped
        Kelp/alfalfa:  1/2-1 tsp(or high quality vitamin mineral supplement)
        Cod-liver oil:  1/4 tsp
        Essential fatty acids:  1/2 tsp
        Vitamin C:  up to 500-1500 mg

Until next time, consider at least an occasional treat-a raw chicken bone.  Your pet will love you and say THANK YOU from the bottom of its heart.