Will a cooling diet dog food recipe help your dog?
Energetically speaking, the cooling diet actually helps dogs “chill out.” The energetically cooling diet is designed especially for Yin deficient dogs.
For example, Yin deficient dogs pant, pace, drink a lot. And, sometimes they appear a bit agitated.
If your dog displays these symptoms, the energetically cooling diet may help.
Why A Cooling Diet Helps Yin Deficiency In Dogs
According to TCVM (Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine) Theory, any unnatural health condition in the body is due to some type of imbalance.
Therefore, the goal of TCVM and food therapy is to bring your pet’s body back into balance.
Then, when your pet attains energetic balance, chronic health challenges are less of a problem, and your pet starts feeling much better.
Disease or imbalances in TCVM are broadly classified as either “hot” or “cold.”
Cold diseases include geriatric arthritis, hind end weakness, and chronic diarrhea.
Cold diseases improve with movement or the generation of internal heat and are common in older animals.
Cooling Diet To Balance Yin And Yang
Yin and Yang are Chinese terms used to describe the opposites in the world.
If your pet shows signs of too much heat in the body (Yang), balance and feed a cooling (Yin) diet.
A dog that is Yin Deficient is a dog that lacks Yin properties in a dog’s body.
The classic signs of Yin deficiency in a dog are:
- Bright red tongue
- Cool seeking
- Excessive thirst
- Excessive panting
- Dry skin
- Warm to the touch
The Yin component of the Yin/Yang Theory is cooling.
Yin is the moistening and cooling agent of the body.
When a deficiency of Yin exists, symptoms of the lack of cooling and moisture factors, like those described above, occur.
The TCVM name for this condition is Yin Deficiency.
Yin Deficiency is probably the most common deficiency diagnosed in geriatric dogs.
All dogs tend to move towards deficiency as they age.
Energetic Diet For Yin Deficient Dogs
Use Eastern Food Therapy to cool and help replenish Yin.
Yin Deficiency (heat caused by a deficiency of the cooling components of the body) is treated by feeding the dog a cooling or neutral diet.
Use Eastern Food Therapy to bring your dog into energetic balance.
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Luckily, food therapy can be easy, and it helps all pets live longer lives.
Chill is an energetically cooling TCVM diet that encourages energetic cooling according to TCVM theories.
Chill TCVM Cooling Dog Food helps dogs suffering from:
- Excess thirst
- Weight loss
- Dry eyes
- Easily overheated or anxious
- Hot flashes
How does Chill TCVM cooling dog food work?
Simply: If your pet shows signs of too much heat in the body (Yang), balance and feed a cooling (Yin) diet.
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