The secret to your dogs health is in the food you feed him. A fresh, natural diet will increase your dog’s metabolism, regulate hormones, and build up his gut flora. Therefore, your dog’s body is better able to cope with any disorders.
Use whole grains and fiber in your dog’s food to boost his immune system on a long-term basis. You can serve the same kind of meat or vegetable for 3 to 4 days, but then switch if possible.
Basic dog food: Mainly soaked oats, whole grains; cooked smashed potatoes, noodles, rice (unpeeled is best), or barley
Meat (raw or very little cooked): Mainly duck; for variation: rabbit, turkey, lamb, fish filet, or beef. Pork is the only meat which you have to cook very well!
Raw Vegetable: Garlic, parsley, carrots, watercress, alfalfa sprouts, avocado, artichoke, celery, or fennel - they are great toxin relievers for the body. For better digestion mix the raw vegetable in a blender, and add it to your dog’s food.
Fruits: Chopped coconut, apple, banana, watermelon, papaya, pear, pumpkin
Dairy: Plain yogurt or cottage cheese to re-colonize the intestinal flora
FOODS TO AVOID FOR YOUR DOG:
Commercial dog foods and dog treats which contain the following ingredients: Meat-by-products, poultry-by-products, meat meal, wheat flour, wheat gluten, corn meal, corn gluten, rice flour, brewers rice, BHA, BHT, Ethoxyquin
MSG, chicken meat, pasta, milk (because the lactose), bread, cookies, crackers, peanuts, yams, sausage, bacon, corned beef, raw egg white, smoked meat and sausages; Onions, tomatoes, mushrooms, salt, ketchup, grapes, raisins; Sugars, sucrose, fructose, corn syrup, fruit juices, honey, chocolate, or maple syrup
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