A food therapy consultation for your pet may be the key to uncovering their optimal health.
Most importantly, 60% of chronic disease is a consequence of industrialization: processed foods and a sedentary lifestyle, according to the World Health Organization.
Similarly, the consequences of industrialization affect animals by initiating chronic disease in pets.
Above all, simple changes in diet and food alleviate many chronic pet health conditions.
Consulting with a veterinarian trained in food therapy, such as Dr. Damron of White Oak Animal Hospital, provides you with the knowledge you need to make the most informed decisions for your pet’s health.
Most importantly, Dr. Damron is trained in Western and Eastern modalities, including Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) Eastern Food Therapy, which is successfully used by TCVM-trained veterinarians worldwide.
What Is Food Therapy?
TCVM Eastern Food Therapy for pets provides a simple way to improve your pet’s health.
Furthermore, simple food changes balance the subtle energies in your pet’s body, bringing about substantial health improvements.
Dogs and cats suffer from chronic conditions just like people.
Additionally, chronic health conditions in dogs and cats are expensive to manage!
TCVM Eastern food therapy helps dogs and cats with many different types of ailments. More importantly, chronic conditions respond remarkably well to using food as medicine.
For example, some chronic pet health conditions are:
- Cushing’s Disease
- Heart Disease
- Renal Failure
Luckily, Eastern Food Therapy works at the root cause of chronic conditions to alleviate symptoms, bringing about balance and wellness for dogs and cats.
Feeding properly can actually prevent chronic pet health conditions.
Firstly, using the principles of Eastern Food Therapy, you can feed your dog or cat food to provide energetic balance.
Then, energetic balance brings about natural health and well-being.
Finally, energetic balance averts chronic conditions.
Benefits Of In-Clinic Food Therapy Consultations
An in-person food therapy consultation allows Dr. Damron to evaluate your pet.
Firstly, he can determine any obvious health conditions needing immediate attention.
Then, he will discuss your concerns to assess the best course of action for your pet.
Finally, Dr. Damron will answer all questions and provide his recommendations with great detail and care.
Dr. Damron will share his wealth of knowledge with you. He was so interested in pursuing energetic balance that he created a company based on Food Therapy, PET | TAO, and has been running the company for over 10 years.
Benefits Of Telemedicine Food Therapy Consultation
Telemedicine is an excellent option for those who live great distances from White Oak Animal Hospital.
Additionally, it is beneficial for those who are unable to travel.
Get a telemedicine food therapy consultation to:
- Firstly, learn how to cook for your pet using Eastern Food Therapy
- Secondly, understand how Eastern Food Therapy can help your pet
- Next, discover how Eastern Food Therapy works
- Last, learn how to use Eastern Food Therapy as medicine
Plus, learn more about:
- How to identify your pet’s energetic body type
- How to choose foods to create energetic balance
In conclusion, to learn more or schedule an appointment, contact White Oak Animal Hospital.