How A Warming Diet Helps A Dog

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Energetically speaking, a warming diet will help get your tired, lazy dog going again.

In fact, the warming diet is designed specifically for Qi deficient dogs.

Qi deficient dogs are usually older, although in certain breeds young dogs may be Qi deficient.

Furthermore, these dogs display a lack of energy and appear to be sluggish, drool more than usual, and like to rest in warm places.

Also, Qi deficient dogs are often overweight and depressed.

The classic signs of Qi Deficiency in dogs are:

  • Weakness
  • Pale, swollen tongue
  • Drooling
  • Shortness of breath
  • Warm-seeking
  • Fatigue
  • Loss of Appetite
  • Loose stools
  • Wiry pulse
  • Depression
  • Frequent urination
  • Slow metabolism

But, a warming diet may benefit your dog!

How A Warming Diet Helps Qi Deficiency In Dogs

In TCVM, Qi is the energy of the body.

Additionally, it also defines the energy of the meridians within the body, the energy of food, and the energy of the universe.

Qi deficiency also defines a state in which the body lacks the ideal amount of Qi.

Furthermore, it usually occurs in older dogs displaying weakness and a lack of energy.

Because warming foods tend to increase the metabolism and get the energy flowing, a warming diet can benefit Qi deficient dogs.

Warming, cooling and neutral in relation to “Food Energetics” denotes how each food affects the physiology and metabolism of the animal after consumption.

The Five Elements And A Warming Diet

The five-element theory is based upon the five major organs of the body and how each food affects one or more of the organs.

The five major organs of the body:

  • Heart
  • Spleen
  • Lung
  • Kidney
  • Liver

Organs interact with one another in various ways.

Additionally, the foods dogs eat can help promote their major organs. And, how the organs perform in their body.

The Yin/Yang Theory In A Warming Diet

The Yin/Yang theory describes how every naturally occurring event has equal and opposite forces in nature.

Some examples of Yin/Yang are: hot/cold, light/dark, day/night, weak/strong, soft/hard, dry/wet, etc.

One force cannot exist without the other and often times one force is the origin for the other.

The Yin/Yang forces are in constant motion, conflict, and struggle.

The ultimate goal is a balance between each opposing force.

All foods have this yin/yang principle in the form of cooling, warming or neutral.

Pets deficient in cooling energy gain balance by consuming warming foods.

Luckily, food therapy can be easy, and energetic balance helps all pets live longer lives.

PET | TAO removes the obstacles standing between you and consistent, energetically balanced meals for your dog.

Blaze TCVM Warming Dog Food helps dogs suffering from:

  • Cold body or paws
  • Diarrhea
  • Stomach discomfort after eating cold foods or liquids
  • Bloating
  • Sore joints
  • Edema (fluid retention)
  • Lack of energy

Help your pet live a long, healthy, and balanced life by choosing the right food!

Feed your pet a nutritious and balanced diet using TCVM Eastern Food Therapy.

Use Eastern philosophy to make your feeding choices more effective.

Get PET | TAO Blaze TCVM Warming Food at TCVM Pet Supply.

Ali Lehman

Ali Lehman

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