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   Jun 09

Promote Health With Systemic Detoxification

Daily exposure to a variety of toxins can seriously affect your pet. A highly processed diet, chemical-enriched full of dyes and preservatives, chlorinated water, commercial anti-flea collars, secondhand smoke cigarette, insecticides and pollution is all the tip of the iceberg when it comes to toxins that affect our pets. Exposure to toxins can weaken your pet’s immune system and damages the natural ability to fight disease. In our pets we provide the food, and that’s not always adapted to their bodies. In addition, often exposed to a lifestyle that contributes to a sluggish metabolism and thyroid and liver less active, they can not remove toxins or eliminate unwanted fat from their bodies.

The first step in helping your pet to eliminate toxins from the body is to examine factors in lifestyle such as diet and exercise. Raw food contains many essential nutrients and minerals that can be destroyed by cooking and processing. The food produced in the trade typically contains many chemicals that not only have little nutritional benefit, but may seriously affect the health of your pet – especially in the long term. Toxins can accumulate in the tissues, and it is thought that this cumulative effect can lead to all sorts of health problems and behavior. How can natural remedies help? The can be very effective in helping to support our pets the natural process of elimination and purification, thereby providing a healthy solution to the removal of waste and toxins and promoting general body functioning optimally.

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