Food is medicine. Appropriate diet and well balanced nutrition are the cornerstone of your pet's health. Unfortunately, most of us do not realize food highly influences the way our pet thinks, feels or acts. The effects of food can have as much of an impact as herbal medicines or prescription drugs. The benefits of utilizing food therapy are best achieved when the body is able to break down the food and absorb its nutrients, therefore fresh, minimally processed foods and sometimes supplements may be incorporated into the diet in order to aid in digestion. Food therapy is applied to all diseases including digestive, respiratory and skin problems, as well as cancer.
It is very important to note how different diets work for cats to dogs. As an owner, you need to consider some factors with regards to your pets' food.
Using TCVM (Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine) principles the energetics of the foods are also taken into consideration when recommendations are being made. Overall, the main goal of food therapy is to eat a combination of foods that will create a balance in the body which promotes a healthy digestive system and prevents disease.
Let food by thy medicine and medicine by thy food
Fiona loves her fresh food. She can't even wait for it to be served!!