The Red Tear Hypothesis


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Kori After

We got our pet dog, Kori from a shelter two years back and as numerous little white pets do, she’d the proverbial red tear spots under her eyes as shown in the leading picture. I searched and browsed the Web for products to use, asked the veterinarian, and nothing I attempted seem to work very well. I started to think all of us would just have to live with it – there are worse things, you understand.

A few years back, when the big animal meals scare was killing our pets due to some errant component from China, I started to make our Bulldog’s meals from scratch so not to worry about the most recent dog food remember that appeared to take place every day. So I’d some experience being a pet chef.

Kori is a really discriminating eater, no canine meals I attempted was acceptable. I’d no way of knowing exactly what kind of food she’d actually been fed by her previous owners. So again, in desperation, I started to cook her food as I’d actually done prior to with the Bulldog.

Her typical foods include:

  • Ground beef (round) or ground turkey
  • Long grain rice (not extremely processed), but genuine rice. Occasionally I make use of brown rice.
  • No salt included green beans or no salt added carrots. (canned and chopped)
  • We include some reduced salt chicken broth during cooking in addition to simply prior to serving. I heat it quickly (about 15 sec) in the microwave. Then we put it in the freezer in small containers.
  • Additionally, she gets chicken tenders poached in some water for about 30 minutes. We cut one tender up in extremely small pieces at each meal (she gets morning meal and supper).
  • And that’s it !!! I provide her powdered vitamins and minerals as well as some probiotics sprinkled on her food.

Here’s the POINT! I unexpectedly saw after a couple of months of this diet that her red tearing eyes were gone as shown in the lower image. My hypothesis? Right here it is:

Giving my pet dog whole, genuine, health food rather of processed dog meals with a long list of ingredients has actually healed her red rips. I cannot show it, so it stays a hypothesis.

This led me to consider exactly what our myriad of processed meals with their long ingredient lists are discreetly doing to our own bodies. Granted, we don’t have the red tear trouble, however we just have no idea how some of these meals (in addition to GM components) are influencing our wellness in the long run. Just food for thought !!