EXPERT TALK ABOUT ANIMAL HEALTH
Dr. Michael Lemmon, DVM, Renton, WA, in Common Sense Care for Your Best Friend (available from the Doris Day Animal League) writes: "The whole food supplements are harvested from the pollution-free, mineral-rich Klamath Lake in southern Oregon and processed in their raw state thereby preserving all of the nutrients, including the enzymes. This type of whole food supplement comes in two basic forms. The whole complete food provides a high level of nutrition for the whole body. The other enhances brain activity and mental awareness. Veterinarians have found this wholefood supplement to be very helpful in the healing process even for conditions that are difficult to treat. It has also been shown to be helpful in animals for overcoming negative mental and emotional states such as fearfulness and hostile aggressiveness. This whole food supplement provides the basic essential nutritional support to help restore health in many disease conditions and it helps to maintain a healthy and glossy hair coat. Plus, it is a raw food that doesn't have to be heated during processing as do spirulina and chlorella." Michael Fox, Animal Doctor, writes a syndicated column that appears in newspapers throughout the United States. Recently his column (which was published in June, with dates varying according to the newspaper carrying his column) included the following section entitled "Nutritional Supplements." "Several veterinary nutritionists and holistic health practitioners have been using a potent nutritional supplement derived from a naturally grown whole food supplement, a form of plant life rich in essential nutrients. It comes in various formulations that include other nutrients, and it has impressed health experts and pet owners with its evident benefits to a variety of animal species (including humans).Various formulations provide nutrient supplements for health maintenance, for animals under stress, for those suffering from certain health problems, for old age and for recovery from illness." Dr. Cheryl Peterein, DVM "Throughout the past 18 years that I have been practicing veterinary medicine, I have been increasingly concerned with artificial ingredients and preservatives in commercial diets fed to our companion animals.When I found this all natural whole food supplement, I was shockingly amazed at its beneficial effect on my patients. I have used the wholefood supplement products on my patients since 1993 and I thank the day I found it. Whole food supplements have changed the way I practice and my life!" Dr. Nancy Bozeman, DVM "As a veterinarian using alternative therapies for over 12 years, I have looked at many nutritional products in my practice. Whole food supplements are the product line that stays in my practice since it gives the results that I need in my patients. I started using these on the animals after experiencing the change in my own health. It is wonderful to see the improvement in the animals. Even clients who thought their animals had lovely hair coats are amazed at the further improvement. Of course, the improvement of the hair coat is a reflection of the improvement of internal health. I always tell my clients that it does not matter what healing modality your medical professional uses-if they do not use superior nutrition then they are not likely to get superior results. I depend on whole food supplements to achieve superior nutrition."
Dr. Ron Bowen, DVM
Dr. Ron Bowen, DVM and Dr. Debby Dowen, DVM, Chicago, Illinois: ""We are so excited about the wholefood supplements. We've seen some real benefits for the immune systems of animals. We had a 12 year old dog brought into the clinic who had been hit by a car. We decided to start him eating these wholefood supplements and the original formula enzymes. The dog had to be in a splint for 3 weeks. Every week when he came in to be checked he was looking better and better. His condition and haircut were improving. By the third week his owner was so impressed she started using the same supplements. The dog's attitude is wonderful. The day he was brought in he bit one of the techs and he didn't want anyone to do anything to him. After a couple of days, even though he was still very sore, there was a major improvement in his behavior. Now when he comes in he even kisses everyone. We also do short nail clips for show dogs. I decided to try sprinkling the whole food supplements on nails that we quicked to see its effect. It did a wonderful job - so we have switched!"
Carol Bennett, certified animal Bowen therapy instructor. "With a team of veterinarians and interested individuals, we've helped thousands of animals have a higher quality of life. Sharing the wealth of benefits available through using the full line of nutritional products from (this company) with the animals in your life is one of the most important steps you can take for creating good health for all life."
Linda Tellington-Jones, Author of The Tellington TTouch & TTeam News International. "In 1990, when my brother Randy Hood came up with the idea of feeding whole food supplements to animals, I responded to his enthusiasm with a 'wait and see' attitude. Today I've shifted from a skeptic to a full supporter of whole food supplements for animals. After seeing Kea, Randy's Bichon Frise, change from a hyperactive dog to a calm and energetic delight, I began to appreciate the brilliance of his vision. Then, my sister Robyn experimented with whole food supplements the year she had health problems in her Icelandic horse herd. Now, I feed all my animals whole food supplements. After hearing the remarkable stories of hundreds of TTEAM members about the changes in their dogs, cats and horses from whole food supplements, I believe every animal owner would benefit by giving whole food supplements a try for themselves and their four-legged friends."
Dr. Nancy VanDover, D.V.M.
Dr. Nancy VanDover, D.V.M. I use your whole food supplements for myself and my clients because they are simple and effective. By using a whole food supplement, I’ve eliminated all those dozens of bottles of vitamins and mineral supplements. Your whole food supplements have everything a body needs in a balanced form and I don’t have to worry whether it’s being assimilated. It cleanses as well as nourishes. Personally, I have felt more positive effects from six months of using your whole food supplements than I did from 12 years of taking natural vitamins and minerals. Thank You.
Dr. Madalyn Ward, DVM
Dr. Madalyn Ward, DVM, Equine Veterinarian "(This company) has given me such a wide range of natural products: the (whole food supplements), enzymes, probiotics, and free-radical scavengers, co-enzyme Q10 and (sprouts with algae); they've added a whole new dimension to how I help animals. Healthy working horses benefit from the nutritional support the (whole food supplement) offers. It helps them maintain proper function of their digestive tract and adrenal glands. The animal (whole food supplement) is also the best hoof supplement I have ever found."
Dr. Mary Walser, VMD, Ph.D., Professor of Pathology, Univ. of Minnesota, Dept. of Veterinary Diagnostic Medicine "As I reflect on our experience with Julia, the word that comes to mind is "resilience." Julia is our 19-year-old cat, and she has been on whole food supplements for over a year. We began feeding her the product when we noticed some decline in her attitude that we attributed to old age. Since then, she has had a number of diagnoses that are common in old cats (hyperthyroidism, cardiomyopathy, recurrent cystitis, and renal disease). We treated her medically and continued the whole food supplements. With each new episode of illness, we know it might be her last. But, she has repeatedly surprised me by bouncing back and continuing her highly spoiled lifestyle. In recent months, we have added a sprinkle of enzymes to her food. With this addition, her appetite improved (a plus!) and she has had less of a problem with constipation.In my experience, it's unusual that an old animal is able to repeatedly survive several different health problems. I attribute Julia's survival to both good medical management and to lots of TLC. One of the ways our TLC is manifested is by including whole food supplements and enzymes in her diet." Maureen Fredrickson, Delta Society Program Director, Seattle, WA "The Delta Society is a national organization promoting animal/humane relationships primarily in the field of animal assisted therapy and health care. When my dog Echo, began to display abnormal behavior eight years ago, I was concerned. He would go through cyclical bouts of licking and chewing himself down to the muscle layer around his tail and hindquarter. Some thought it was a flea allergy. I tried many treatments but nothing worked. Eighteen months ago I began feeding him whole food supplements. The chewing stopped. He is now a handsome ten year old, his coat is gorgeous... no more licking or chewing and no sign of fleas."