Natural Home Cures - Animals Need Detox Too!
We are living in a world where toxins are being introduced at an alarming rate. The toll of chronic heavy metal and chemical build up in our animals' bodies cannot be understated. The levels of toxicity in our food, water, and air via the use of medications, industrial and household chemicals, pesticides, and herbicides are increasing each year. Organically grown ingredients cannot be protected from this trend and studies have shown there are even unacceptably high levels of aluminum in many high quality canned pet foods.
While all body systems can be compromised, the most dangerous consequences are seen in the immune, endocrine and nervous systems. Once these systems are impaired, maintaining functional health becomes a constant and often impossible struggle. Some of the proven consequences of body toxicity include almost all degenerative diseases: cancer, premature aging, and compromised immune systems.
The body is designed to heal itself and all the mechanisms to help it do so are already in place. Removing toxins and encouraging the activation of natural healing mechanisms is the most basic foundation we can lay for our pets to have long and happy lives.
Omni-present in our food, air, and environment free radicals storm our bodies daily. They are compounds that seek an electron in order to become atomically balanced. They attack our cells and steal electrons from any substances they come in contact with. By removing electrons from healthy compounds, free radicals inflict damage including, but not limited to, skin conditions, heart disease
, and organ failure.
Helping Our Pets Detoxify
One very effective and safe way of removing heavy metals and toxins from the body is through the removal of free radicals. Antioxidants found in mangosteen are essential in destroying free radical molecules and protecting and repairing tissues. In this way, mangosteen can reduce the damage of infection and inflammation while slowing down the effects of aging. The unique antioxidant compounds refresh and recharge each other, allowing them to do their work over and over again. Mangosteen's high ORAC provides valuable antioxidant support to our pets and to the human body's endogenous production of these substances.
an·ti·ox·i·dant – n. any substance that inhibits the destructive effects of oxidation. The whole mangosteen fruit has been shown to contain powerful antioxidants—compounds that inhibit oxidation or reactions promoted by oxygen and peroxides. Antioxidants are highly regarded for their ability to protect the body from the deteriorating effects of free radicals.
Where Are Toxins Found?
Mom: The process of accumulating poisons starts in utero as toxins cross the placental barrier. Then mammalian milk, whether from human to infant or pug mom to pup, continues to channel these substances into young bodies.
Food and Water: In 42 states, some 260 contaminants were detected in public water supplies, 140 of which were unregulated chemicals! Bottled water is a potential solution, except that 25-30% of it comes from municipal tap systems (National Assessment of Tap Water Quality). Additionally, the plastics from the bottles can leach, contributing endocrine disruptors such as bisphenol A and phthalates.
Air: Billions of tons of chemicals are put into the air every year including pesticides, dioxins, fumes from industrial processing and vehicles, mercury from coal-fired power plants in the U.S. as well as chemicals traveling the jet stream from Asia and other countries. Amazingly, with as much as we spew into our outdoor air, our indoor air is 10 times more polluted according to the EPA. It is contaminated with off-gassing flame-retardants, formaldehyde, paints and household building materials.
Vaccines may also be a source of heavy metals and other carcinogens such as formaldehyde and aluminum.
Other: Pesticides in tick and flea sprays are extremely toxic and some grooming products contain sodium laurel sulfate, phthalates, triclosan and preservatives that go directly onto the skin and into a pet's internal systems or are ingested as they clean themselves. Phthalates are used to soften plastic, that can be found in feed buckets, pet dishes, animal toys and in the linings of canned foods destined for both human and animal consumption.
Exposure to antibiotics, cortisone, almost all other medications, flea treatments, worming treatments, chemical cleaners in the home, pesticides which find their way into your backyard every time it rains, and airborne pollutants, all result in an assault on your pet's immune system.
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