New Video: How To Use Pet Supplements To Give Pets The “Wild” Nutrition They Need
As pet owners are discovering, pet foods don’t provide the nutrition pets need to thrive. Holistic veterinarian, Dr. William Farber, offers sound advice on how to make up for this deficit with pet supplements.
Research shows that pets can help prevent heart attacks and decrease the number of times people go see a doctor. They keep people active and help people de-stress and relax.
“With all the love and restorative energy pets bring to our lives,” notes holistic veterinarian, Dr. William Farber, DVM, “There’s no question you want to give the loving gift of health back. And what better way to do this than with some good pet nutrition. Unfortunately most pet food doesn’t do much to provide this. Just like us humans, pets have had to settle for food bulked up with carbs and missing many of the vitamins and minerals they would get from a wild diet.”
As research confirms, due to this skewed nutrition and overeating, pets are now suffering from the same problems humans have – diabetes, heart disease, skin problems and rusty joints.
However, it doesn’t have to be that way.
“By adding a good pet supplement to your pet’s diet,” notes Dr. Farber, “You can help them return to a diet that’s closer to the complex diet their ancestors enjoyed in the wild. You can supplement their food to give them the nutrients many brand-name foods are missing.”
As Farber explains, for hundreds of years, carnivores like dogs and cats got a good dose of the healthy antioxidants we usually associate with vegetables and fruits. While they weren’t necessarily avid broccoli-eaters, much of the meat they ate came from grazing animals – wild or domesticated. And the antioxidants these prey animals got from their food kept showing up farther up the food chain.
However, today, most of the meat in pet food comes from grain-fed animals. And pet food manufacturers do little to make up for the absence of vitamins critical for your pet’s health.
For this reason adding a power-packed, antioxidant and chlorophyll-
Pets also need lecithin, an essential fat for healthy brain and nerve function. Previously, pets got this nutrient from eating eggs, organ meats and fish in the wild.
Finally, pets need fiber just like humans do to help with digestion and nurture a healthy internal bacteria population. Wild animals get this fiber from including fur and ligaments in their dinner. And by nibbling on the occasional wild plant.
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About Dr. William Farber, DVM
Dr. William Farber earned his degree from Colorado State University of Veterinary Medicine. He is a well-recognized authority on animal acupuncture, and one of the only 300 veterinarians certified by the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association. In treating the mind and spirit as well as the body, Dr. Farber combines standard Western techniques with chiropractic adjustments, acupuncture and herbal therapies to treat whatever ails, the rats, guinea pigs, horses, dogs, cats, and other creatures who seek his help. He is also an esteemed member of the Sun Chlorella Advisory Board, which helps guide the medical innovation behind Sun Chlorella products.
About Sun Chlorella USA
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