How to Help Balance Your Pet’s Hormones

by | Dec 11, 2017

Diabetes, Cushing’s, Addison’s, hypo and hyper-thyroidism sound scary.

It helps to know that these names and diagnoses are merely descriptions of the symptoms. They are not problems to be overcome. A diagnosis does not dictate what you do.

You probably do not treat your friend “Susan” based solely on her name.

Like relationships, maintaining and optimizing hormones is a balancing act. They’re both delicate interactions that require constant feedback.

The glands of the endocrine system are sensitive in this way. Hormones produced by them fluctuate throughout the day.

Specific external and internal chemical factors provide constant feedback to glands. These can predispose to dis-eases.

You have 100% control over these factors.

For example, you can help improve hormone dis-eases by:

  • avoiding highly processed carbohydrate-laden foods
  • minimizing environmental exposure to toxins and hormone disruptors like glyphosate
  • working with your pet’s symptoms and not quickly stopping them

What you do every day has a profound impact on the delicate balance of hormones.

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