¨Secret¨ to stopping chronic disease ( ie dog allergy)

March 25th, 2016 at 10:33 am EDT
Hello Friend,

A happy Friday to you and your furry/not so furry family!

Today's newsletter is about something you are probably hearing much about,, but perhaps you have yet to take action..

That soooo many of the diseases we are currently treating- both in people and dogs and cats are a result of..

Chronic Inflammation

The inflammation is not abnormal- historically we have always had to fight inflammation from bacteria and viruses, from food reactions, from parasites, as a result of so called normal body processes..

BUT there is one big thing we are lacking

The good bacteria- the bacteria from fermented foods, in which new research is proving key to treating this..

So IF your dog or cat is not hunting for their food, eating fermented ¨¨wild food, then you need to ¨be providing this.

I suggest my supplement.

Ultimate Canine Health Formula has been used by thousands of dogs, with some pretty impressive results.

IF you have yet to do so, you can try it and get your first order for 50% OFF here: 

Probiotics May Lower Inflammation and Treat Diseases

Probiotics, or "good bacteria," may lower levels of inflammation in the body, which could benefit patients who have inflammatory diseasessuch as ulcerative colitis, a new study says.

And other new studies confirm that probiotics may also help patientswho need to take antibiotics for an extended period of time

Bacteria and inflammation

Inflammation normally helps your body fight off infection, but chronically high levels of it may cause swelling and pain and damage tissues. Psoriasis , ulcerative colitis and chronic fatigue syndrome are all diseases in which inflammation is thought to play a role.

In one new study, patients with one of these conditions who took the probiotic bacteria B. infantis for eight weeks had lower levels of inflammation compared with those who took a placebo. And healthypeople who took probiotics also saw a reduction in inflammation compared with those who took a placebo.

The results suggest that probiotics may lower levels of inflammation, regardless of the affliction, the researchers said. However, it's still not clear whether probiotics can actually help with symptoms of these diseases, experts say.

Probiotics vs antibiotics

Probiotics may also help people who need to take antibiotics for an extended time. Another study presented at the ACG meeting showed taking probiotics before starting antibiotics reduced the risk of developing antibiotic-associated diarrhea by about 60 percent, said study researcher Dr. Rabin Rahmani, a gastroenterologist at Maimonides Medical Center in New York.

Rahmani and colleagues reviewed 22 studies involving more than 3,000 patients who took probiotics for an average of 1.5 weeks.

And a separate study, which looked at 28 previous studies of probiotics as a treatment for antibiotic-associated diarrhea, showed that even in patients with Clostridium difficile infections, probiotics could prevent symptoms.

While gastroenterologists are beginning to recommend probiotics for disorders such as ulcerative colitis and antibiotic-associated diarrhea, is not clear exactly which bacteria, or what dose, is most beneficial, Cross said. Researchers should investigate this so doctors know the best way to prescribe these bacteria to their patients, he said.

Source: http://www.livescience.com/35945-probiotics-good-bacteria-inflammation.html

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Best Wishes,

Dr Andrew Jones, DVM
P.S. this is a human study, but directly applicable to our pets- they are now suffering from similar disease.

Think about what your dog eats NOW vs what your dog may have eaten 50 years ago...we have these crazy sterile environments...shipping our dogs to the ..clean...doggy daycare...then back to the oh so clean house...and their food is PRIMARILY dry, Non probiotic filled kibble

So in my opinion you can 

1. supplement with fermented foods- yoghurt with lactobacillus acidophilus is a great option- IF you were to give your dog only 1 additional thing in their diet, this is what i would suggest

2. my supplement, which has additional nutrients to support joint health, immune health, and help with chronic inflammation via the probiotics.

P.P.S. If you have yet to TRY my supplements, I encourage you to do so, for now they are 50% OFF

DISCLAIMER: This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace the advice of your own veterinarian. Dr Andrew Jones resigned from the College of Veterinarians of B.C. effective December 1 2010, meaning he cannot answer specific questions about your pet's medical issues or make specific medical recommendations for your pet.

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