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Natural immunity – supporting health from the inside out

Along with a top quality diet; exercise, minimal exposure to toxins and a low-stress living environment are of utmost importance to the health of your companion.
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. Natural Immunity – Supporting Health from the Inside OutThe immune system is an intricate biological protection system responsible for determining whatbelongs to the body versus what does not belong and requires elimination. If these elements are notattended to first, then adding supplements to boost the immune system or balance it will be far lessuseful or effective.Providing the foundations of health necessitates that we become mindful of things we may not normallybe aware of such as:Pesticide & Herbicide Residue In FoodsPesticides are chemicals designed to kill living organisms – not something we want our companionsconsuming on a daily basis. While a totally organic diet can be a bit expensive for those with largeranimals or many mouths to feed, adding some organic foods – even just 25-30% can be helpful.Fresh Food Versus Highly Processed FoodHighly processed food, such as dry kibble, loses most of its vitamins, some amino acids, and all enzymesand probiotics during the manufacturing process. On the other hand, fresh food antioxidants andvitamins in their natural, more absorbable form and can be beneficial to the immune system.Chemical Insecticides & Flea TreatmentsChemical insecticides in the home and yard should be avoided for your companion’s sake. There arenatural alternatives to the chemical products used by exterminators and used in lawn and yard care,which are safe and effective without negatively affecting your companion’s immune system.Limited VaccinationsMany holistic veterinarians agree that over-vaccination is a significant contributor to the rising rates ofchronic disease and cancer in cats and dogs. Do not succumb to the pressures of a professional who isnot willing to look at the overwhelming evidence of the problems of over-vaccination.Overuse of MedicationsRepeated rounds of antibiotics to address chronic UTI issues or steroids to treat itchy skin and allergiestax the immune system – sometimes leaving the animal susceptible to greater health problems than itstarted with. A natural approach to chronic health issues involves supporting the animal’s system in it’shealing process without the use of strong medications.
  • 2. ExerciseModerate exercise has been shown to improve immune factors in humans and animals. Proper exerciseis essential in maintaining a healthy immune system. Natural light is also important, so walks in thegreat outdoors are the best option for dogs. Indoor cats should be provided with plenty of toys andclimbing structures. Opening the windows on nice days so your cat(s) can breathe some fresh air ishelpful in preventing and treating respiratory problems.Weight Control Is Also KeyOverweight animals are much more susceptible to chronic and acute diseases and infections. Properdiet AND exercise are needed to help with weight control.Nutritional SupplementsIn addition to the best diet you can provide, there are some essential supplements that should be partof every animal’s daily dietMinimizing StressStress affects animals the same way it affects us – it weakens the immune system. Flower Essences,Homeopathic Remedies and Herbal Remedies can be highly beneficial for animals with anxiety problemsor that are under stress.WholeLifePets.com is one of the largest sources of products and information for pet dogs and cats. Theyprovide a whole range of pet products including vitamins, supplements, holistic remedies, flea and tickcontrol medicines etc. that helps pets stay healthy.Learn more on ProDen PlaqueOff and natural dog chewsVisit: WholeLifePets.com

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