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Vet & Algae Series - Part 6




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 Wild Crafted Blue Algae 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 Wild Crafted Blue Algae. 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 Wild Crafted Blue Algae and enzymes in her diet."


Source: New Earth

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