Preventing Cancer – In the case of cancer, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure!

by Deserving Pets on December 5, 2010

As each decade passes, we get more used to eating processed food that contains no life-force and no life- supporting qualities.  Using a microwave destroys all of the nutrients (vitamins, minerals, phytochemicals)  in food and denatures the protein.  Frozen meals in our supermarkets contain Genetically Modified food and many other fillers that have a negative effect on health.  Intensive farming practices have depleted the soil resulting in fewer vitamins and minerals in our fruits and vegetables.  Even worse, the food our dogs and cats eat is super-heated and compressed.

The vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients are the tools our bodies – human, dog, cat; in fact any ‘body’- uses to repair itself.   If the Maytag Man came to fix your washer and didn’t bring his tools he wouldn’t be able to fix it. In fact, if he didn’t bring a complete set of tools and your washer needed a specific part, he still wouldn’t be able to fix your machine.  Just so, cells can’t fix their machine without a complete set of tools and we’re starving them of tools..they don’t have anything close to a complet set !

Now add the toxins our pets and ourselves are constantly exposed to.  When water bottled in plastic is left in the heat highly carcinogenic dioxins leach out from the plastic which we then drink.  Roundup is touted to be safe but it is one of the most toxic herbicides on the  planet.  It’s also a xenoestrogen, mimicking estrogen in the body and it’s changing male frogs and fish to female frogs and fish.  It doesn’t disappear from your lawn in a day or two- that’s advertised to us, but it’s untrue.

Preventing Cancer

When you add all of this into the equation it’s easy to see why cancer is the leading cause of death in dogs and one in two dogs will get cancer.   I can’t keep up with cancer rates in people.  Is it one in three now?   It might be less for us than dogs because we eat colored vegetables and some of the foods proven to reduce cancer by 30%.  That  percentage alone would change the cancer statistic for us humans. We also don’t run right on our lawn chemicals and don’t put spot on products on ourselves for fleas.  If you haven’t received my newsletters on spot on flea products, just e-mail me and I’ll send it to you.  Send this newsletter to your friends who have pets so they also understand why we have so much cancer in our pets.  Education and changing our daily habits is the only way to lower the incidence.

Because of all the extra toxins our pets are exposed to, they need top notch colored vegetables even more than we do.  In 1992 John Hopkins Medical School discovered the first phytochemical in kale and found that it dumped carcinogens out of cells 6-8 times faster.  In fact, when dogs with tumors were fed kale their tumors grew not at all or more slowly than dogs who were not fed kale.  That’s a mute point because we want to prevent cancer.  That’s why I created a line of pet vitamins, Deserving Pets Vital Vities, which contain a complete set of tools and special, powerful anti-cancer phytonutrients in carrots, pure concentrate of alfalfa juice, kale, broccoli, blueberries, beets and dandelion.   Both dandelion and kale act also as prebiotics which naturally increase the numbers of the good bacteria in the intestine.   Nature created the perfect solutions to maintaining health.  Deserving Pets used all the latest scientific research on both humans and pets to create a very powerful formula that works synergistically to both maintain and create health by giving the cells the tools they need to do it.  By the way, Deserving Pets also created Ticked Off, a totally non-toxic ( in fact it helps hot spots and heals the skin and kills fungus!) flea and tick preventive.

A daily tasty serving for your dog or cat protects his or her liver with milk thistle and serves up powerful cancer- fighting anti oxidants like Vitamin C and E, Selenium and Grape seed extract.  We now know how important Vitamin D3 is and dogs get 300 IU while cats get 100 IU.  If you’re not feeding raw liver or giving a specific supplement, it’s likely your dogs and cats are D3 deficient.  Did you know that D3 is actually a hormone and very important for immune system function?

To learn more about pet vitamins, please visit our Deserving Pets site!

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