Commercial Raw Diets and Food Sensitivities

It’s true that the health and vigor of dogs and cats fed raw diets “shine” in all respects. Commercial raw diets generally have less ingredients, less additives compared to kibbles, more organic ingredients, and more responsibly sourced meat proteins. Raw food absorbability is also greater and it is less processed. It has also been postulated…

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Curcumin: Why it is the spiciest topic these days

Curcumin is a phytochemical (also known as phytonutrient) which is present in turmeric, a plant that is a member of the ginger family, originated in Southeast Asia and commonly used in curry. The word “phytochemical” is an umbrella term (meaning chemicals from plants) that encompasses several classes or subcategories such as polyphenols and allyl sulfides…

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An Explanation of Nutrigenomics

Nutrigenomics. Scary word, right? It is purely a newer compounded word that even at the time of this writing, Microsoft Word does not recognize it in its dictionary. I want to take a moment to break it down and explain it to you. Nutri = Nutrition Genomics = A discipline in genetics that applies molecular…

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