Have you heard of food therapy for dogs?
PET | TAO combines Eastern Food Therapy and Western Nutritional Science to:
- Nurture your pet’s energetic balance
- Provide nutritionally competent formulas
PET | TAO applies ancient principles of Eastern Food Therapy to create and maintain energetic balance.
Energetic balance keeps your pets healthy.
Formulated by experienced veterinarians, PET | TAO is the perfect balance of Eastern knowledge and Western Science.
Food therapy for dogs with PET | TAO premium pet food utilizes:
- First, thousands of years of Eastern knowledge. Eastern philosophy classifies food by its energetic effect on the body.
- Second, Western nutritional science. Western nutrition classifies food by proteins, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals.
A Body Out Of Balance Is Prone To Illness
PET | TAO applies food therapy to contrast and balance your pet’s own energetic qualities, helping to heal your pet with real food.
For example, Yin deficiency leads to:
- Weight loss
- Excessive thirst
For example, Yang deficiency leads to:
- Mental lethargy
- Sore joints
- Cold extremities
Principles Of Eastern Food Therapy: A Quick Guide
PET | TAO chooses each ingredient according to the Eastern food principles of energetics, balance, and the food’s effect on the body.
Balance: Yin-Yang Theory
According to the Yin-Yang theory, each naturally occurring event has equal and opposite forces in nature (weak/strong, dry/moist).
Furthermore, opposite forces are in constant motion, conflict, and struggle.
In foods, Yin-Yang refers to warming or cooling.
Additionally, in pets, Yin-Yang refers to weak vs. strong or dry vs. moist.
The Five Element Theory
The Five Element Theory revolves around the five major organs:
Consuming specific foods also improves the functioning of one or more of the major organs.
Food Therapy For Dogs: Warming, Cooling, Neutral
Eastern Food Therapy is not concerned with calories.
Instead, food therapy for dogs analyzes the energetic quality, or essence, of each food.
In fact, all naturally occurring food (plants, meats, nuts, and fruits) has an innate energetic quality:
Furthermore, energetic quality has nothing to do with temperature, but signifies how food affects physiology and metabolism after consumption.
Additionally, you can see food energetics’ predictable effects in our everyday diets.
For example, a habanero pepper heats your body, gets your blood pumping and makes you sweat.
Also, a banana cools the body and regulates heat.
PET | TAO Food Therapy Products
PET | TAO exists because of the dedication and care of its two founding veterinarians and their refusal to give up on their patients.
Their immense knowledge of both Western and Eastern practices is what makes PET | TAO successful at bringing optimal health to your pet.
PET | TAO Products are:
- Used by veterinarians, holistic retailers, and discerning pet owners
- Contain no preservatives or additives
- An excellent source of vitamins, minerals, and key nutrients
- Made in the USA
Learn more about TCVM with a free ebook: Eastern Food Therapy for Pets: How to Use Food as Medicine for Health & Harmony