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Which of These Toxins Do You Give Your Pet? Detoxify Her Today

You probably accidentally expose your pet to at least one of these. They may be touted as harmless and even beneficial, but can lead to cancer, organ failure, and skin conditions. Your guide to a simple at-home pet detox you can use, starting today.


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  • Today’s pets are under constant assault from dangerous toxins in the environment. They are also exposed to a second category of toxins in the chemicals used to repel fleas, ticks and other bugs. And then there are veterinary medications like vaccines, dewormers, and other drugs
  • To make matters worse, most pets also have chronic low-grade inflammation in their bodies that causes metabolic stress. Nutrients that assist in healthy detoxification are depleted under stress, making the body even more susceptible to damage from toxins
  • The primary organ of detoxification is the liver, which cleans the body through a two-phase system. Your pet’s body relies on a number of nutrients, antioxidants, and co-factors to support the mechanisms of both phase 1 and phase 2 detoxification pathways to protect against free radical damage
  • An important supplement to assist phase 1 detoxification is glutathione. Glutathione is responsible for removing xenobiotics, the foreign chemical compounds that are present in all our pets’ bodies as a result of living in a chemical-laden world. To support phase 2 detoxification, taurine and N-acetylcysteine (NAC) are key supplements. Other beneficial natural detoxifiers include milk thistle, chlorella and dandelion leaf
  • Side effects from unaddressed toxins are wide-ranging and include skin conditions, organ failure, endocrine disease, cancer, behavior problems, and autoimmune disease. How often your pet needs a detoxifying protocol depends on factors such as toxin load, age, overall health status, and vitality

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