Do you know why many of my supplements for dogs and people, including SoulFood, are fermented? The fermentation process is powerful and transforms vitamins into whole foods, and increases potency, along with anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory effects. And, all my supplements are also made with four key surprising ingredients — ones that can also help you lead a life of happiness. Read on to learn what they are.
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Do you know which mineral keeps you, your dog and all living things alive? If not, I suggest you read on to find out! Here in part two of my Essential Minerals for Dogs series, I talk about six minerals your dog can’t go without, how much of each mineral they need, how to find out if your pup is deficient, and what you can do to make sure your dog is getting all the nutrients he or she needs.
It’s hard to believe that I didn’t really like chemistry in high school. Now, I find it fascinating, because I can see how chemistry and minerals can make our dogs’ bodies, and our own, function optimally. There is something so mighty and powerful in giving the body minerals: They power the 37 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 (37 thousand billion billion) chemical reactions in the body every second! I am such a fan of minerals that I even see a little personality in each one. So if you want to know who the Arnold Schwarzenegger and James Bond of the mineral world are, read on; it’s nothing like you learned in school!
Over the years, I have frequently written on the topic of mineral and nutrient depletion in dogs, and data shows that almost every dog that doesn’t get supplements is lacking the essential minerals and vitamins needed for a longer, healthier life. In fact, mineral deficiency leads to body depletion, organ disease, dehydration and premature aging in dogs. Read about the three simple steps to make your dog's diet complete.
The body needs minerals to maintain the right osmotic balance (electrolyte concentration) and constantly regulates water volume to achieve the optimal osmotic pressure of body fluids and good health. When minerals are missing, the kidneys automatically “reduce the water volume” in the body which leads to dehydration, disease and premature aging.
Wondering why dogs get gas and a little chihuahua can clear the room with its strong presence? This blog explains all you need to know about flatulence in dogs and what to do about it without the use of drugs and chemicals.