Mangosteen For Pets
Ruby's Story...Don't Let This Be Yours Too
Animals Need Detox Too
What Can Toxins Do To Our Pets?
Where Are Toxins Found?
How Can Mangosteen Help Your Pet?
Removing Toxics & Replenishing Anti-Oxidants
Benefits Of Mangosteen When Added To Your Pet's Diet
On August 6, 2007, Ruby was diagnosed with a liver disease known as chirrosis. The news was shocking and the symptoms that followed after her diagnose came so sudden. She began to develop ascites (a build up of fluid in the abdominal cavity). Fluid drainage was performed twice while she was still her happy-go-lucky self. As time went on, the level of albumin in her blood was no longer able to be controlled by medications. On October 17, 2007 she took a turn for the worse and died in my husband's arms. She was brought back through the use of mouth-to-nose resuscitation and CPR. She was rushed to her doctor at 2:30am where she was laid to rest. I am thankful to have had a second chance to say good-bye and stay with her until the end.
We believe her illness extended from the build up of eleated levels of toxic metals, such as copper, that can be found in our tap water. Old corroded copper plumbing systems can be found throughout multiple dwelling buildings and can create unsafe levels of copper in our drinking water. These levels can lead to many illnesses that often get overlooked rather than being diagnosed. And all of this is a result of a build-up of copper and other unsafe metals in our water.
I encourage you to invest just a few minutes to understand how what happened to Ruby doesn't happen to you.
Animals Need Detox Too!What Can Toxins Do To Our Pets?
We are living in a world in which 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 is increasing each year. Even organically grown ingredients cannot be protected from this trend and studies have shown there is even an unacceptably high levels of aluminum in many high quality canned pet foods.
While all body systems are 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.
Until recently these "low-grade" issues have either been brushed off or treated with pharmaceuticals. Traditional treatment success has been limited and all medicines can cause unwanted side effects. As more research and data emerge, many mainstream practitioners are concluding that organ toxicity is the major player in this unhappy cycle.
The body is designed to heal and all the mechanisms to help it do that 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 long and happy lives.
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 scavenging free radical molecules and protecting and repairing tissues. In this way, they can reduce the damage of infection, inflammation, and slow down the effects of aging. These unique antioxidants refresh and recharge each other, allowing them to do their work over and over again. Mangosteen's high ORAC provides valuable antioxidants supporting our pets system and the human body's endogenous production of these substances.
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 (environmental working group, National Assessment of Tap Water Quality) Additionally, the plastics from the bottles can leach, contributing endocrine disruptors such as bisphenol A and phthalates.
According to the latest reports released
by one of the nation's largest chains of veterinary hospitals, nearly
39,000 cats and dogs were sickened or killed nationwide following pet
food-contamination with an industrial chemical. The data, which was
released by Banfield, The Pet Hospital, was reportedly compiled from
records collected by its more than 615 veterinary hospitals. Melamine,
a chemical used to make plastics and fertilizers, was found in more
than 100 brands of contaminated pet food that were recalled from the
marketplace in Canada and the United States in mid-March 2008. Evidence
suggesting a shipment of the ingredient "Rice Protein Concentrate"
contained melamine has come to light. Diamond Pet Foods, Natural
Balance, Royal Canin and Blue Buffalo have all announced recalls of
their products containing this ingredient. The contaminated ingredient
is not brown rice; instead, it is "Rice Protein Concentrate".
Other: Pesticides in fly sprays are extremely toxic while grooming products contain sodium laurel sulfate, phthalates, triclosan and preservatives that go directly on skin and into a pet's internal systems, or are ingested as they clean themselves.
Vaccines may also be a source of heavy metals and other carcinogens such as formaldehyde and aluminum. Phthalates are used to soften plastic, and 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, and almost all other drugs, 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.
Mangosteen Help Your Pet?
We couldn't agree
more with this statement. We see too often only once disease has set in
do people actively search for answers. We intend to change this
paradigm and keep our pets and ourselves as healthy as possible for the
duration of our lives.
Combating toxins and the damage they create in their body can be accomplished by
a) Removing the toxins
b) Replacing and boosting network anti-oxidants
One very effective and safe modality for removing toxins from the body is through the use of ingested Mangosteen. Network anti-oxidants are also effective in scavenging free radical molecules and repairing tissues. They can also protect the body from the stress of infection, inflammation and aging; aging is basically the oxidation of tissues and their consequent degeneration. In this way, antioxidants in Mangosteen are an integral part of detoxification.
Pets, similar to humans, exhibit significant genetic diversity, which affects their overall health and nutritional requirements. Only a healthy pet is a happy companion. Keep your pets healthy and happy year-round by taking preventive measures.
Benefits Of Mangosteen When Added To Your Pet's Diet
Your Animal's Immune System To Help Prevent And Fight
Fight Harmful Free
One of the effects of aging is the natural decline in stomach acid. This leads to increased bacteria in the stomach and causes diarrhea, cramping, gas, and malabsorption of nutrients. The rind of the mangosteen is mostly made up of fiber. Fiber pushes waste through the colon more rapidly, preventing constipation and, colon cancer. Fiber can also keep cholesterol in check by removing harmful bile acids.
Help Your Canine Or Feline Friend By Reducing Or Eliminating Arthritis Pain & Inflammation
Chronic inflammation can lead to Type II diabetes, cancer, arthritis, Alzheimer's disease, heart disease and other deadly diseases. Xanthones in mangosteen naturally fight inflammation at the cellular level by inhibiting COX 2 enzymes. Mangosteen's pain-relieving benefits are helping animals and people all over the world.
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Shelly Bishops from Hillsboro Oregon
I give my older 10-year-old dog, who has joint and stiffness, one capsule with a little peanut better every morning. After 2 weeks of use he once again runs like the wind, like he used to in his puppy years. My other 5 year old dog is also consuming your mangosteen for preventive maintenance and shes doing good too.
Maintain A Healthy
Endocrine System And Help Prevent
Diabetes, Pancreatitis, etc.
Prevention Of Cancer
Pets have the same diseases and illnesses we do. You owe it to them to understand what mangosteen can do for both you and them.
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