For years the FDA has been falsely stating that raw pet foods are dangerous to feed due to the high risk of pathogens associated with them. These statements have been made despite the FDA's own published statistics that contradict that information. They have even gone on pathogen seeking witch hunts in raw food products to… Continue reading Raw Food Related Illness
Ozone Therapy What it is and why you need it Ozone Therapy is a holistic alternative therapy used to heal and detoxify the body. Ozone Therapy can be given via the lungs, blood, and rectum or topically in an olive oil infusion, depending on the condition. It utilizes the benefits of the reaction of O3,… Continue reading Ozone Therapy and the Science Behind It
What is a Purine? A Purine is a part of the bases adenine and guanine which are constituents of nucleic acids (DNA/RNA) which, when fully broken down in the body form uric acid and xanthine, theobromine (stimulant in chocolate) and caffeine. Purines provide part of the chemical structure of virtually all genetics and are, therefore,… Continue reading Purines
AAFCO is currently in the process of trying to find a new name for "by-products." This is because they are aware that consumers feel that by-products are unacceptable and/or undesirable. Rather than eliminating by-products (which consists of all the questionable and unwanted products from other industries) they are simply seeking to change the name so… Continue reading AAFCO is looking to change the name “by-product”
Corn Gluten Meal sounds a lot like some sort of corn derivative. When I think of it I think, "well I know it's not just corn... it sounds like it's a fractionated corn product, consisting of the glutenous portion and smashed down into a less nutritious meal." It took me 15 years in this industry… Continue reading Corn Gluten Meal – More than a corn derivative
Like any bureaucracy, AAFCO definitions and documentation can be tedious and lengthy. That's why I allotted several hours to the task of tackling the AAFCO definition of the additive and ingredient "wheat." But, in this case I was surprised to find... AAFCO Publication: Page 626 Index: "Wheat" ......... page 387, page.... wait, what? One page? … Continue reading “Wheat” as a product – AAFCO Definition
Often times a product will contain a variety of supplements at the end of an ingredient panel. It's usually difficult to know if these ingredients are ok and easy to assume that they wouldn't be there if they weren't safe and beneficial. Here are a few facts that may assist you in knowing how to… Continue reading How to know if a synthetic ingredient is safe.
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