Most of us have heard about Colloidal Silver at some point and have heard about its amazing antibiotic properties. It can keep wounds clean, it can clear up a cold, it can boost your immune system, it can even be used on the eyes and ears! We've also heard the bad, though, that it can turn you purple and make you sick.
The question is, is all of this hype actually true?? Well, the short version is, YES!
A Beginner's Guide to Reading Pet Food Ingredient Lists
Interpreting the True Value of the Food
Ingredient lists can be confusing and a large majority of them can be misleading. As someone that has studied hundreds of pet food ingredient panels, the industry is full of companies trying to use the least expensive ingredients while trying to make them look like top-quality items. Many people do not even take the time to look at the ingredient list of the food they are feeding and decide based on popularity or commercials.
Tell me if this situation sounds familiar: your dog has started itching and chewing at their paws. You notice that they smell a little funny and look in their ears and there you find some black, mold-looking gunk. You feed a ‘hypoallergenic’ food. Much to your dismay the symptoms don’t improve, and may even get worse.
If this sounds like you and your pet’s situation, they may have Yeast Candida.
There are some simple steps that can be taken to help remedy this condition.
STEP ONE: IDENTIFY THE CAUSE
STEP TWO: ELIMINATE AS MUCH STARCH AS POSSIBLE
STEP THREE: REBUILD THE GUT FLORA
Taking any of these steps should in some way help with a Yeast Candida problem.
Fibre in a Pet's Diet: Not Just Good For People
One of the most common problems I come across when talking to customers is dogs with digestive problems. This means diarrhea, constipation, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), and a myriad of other issues. The best way to fix a minor problem and to promote general intestinal health is to supply them with some good fibre, which should be part of their everyday diet.
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