Most of you know my personal struggle with breast cancer and how prevalent it is for women today. According to the National Breast Cancer Organization, every 2 minutes a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer and 1 woman will die of breast cancer every 13 minutes. And even more shocking, 1 in 8 women in the US will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. As we become much more aware about the power of prevention we are becoming our own personal advocate for better living.
But what about our pets? Did you know the leading cause of death for dogs is cancer?
When I was traveling to Nashville late January this year, I had the privilege of running into Ty Bollinger, cancer crusader, in the LAX airport. Personally, he changed my life as I was diagnosed with breast cancer back in May 2015. He had just released his 9-part docu-series, The Truth About Cancer, which helped me to learn all I could about my diagnosis.
In our LAX meeting, he also shared with me the docu-series he was working on for Pets. Because he had such a profound impact on my life, I wanted to get involved or help in anyway I could. As luck would have it, I shared with him that I worked for “Big Name Food, Pet Food Manufacturer” as a pet food buyer… and from this industry perspective, he asked me to do a quick video for his docu-series which you’ll see in Episode 2, ‘The Pet Food Industry, Healthy Diets, Ketosis & Nutrigenomics’ which airs on 4/5. Think about our ingredients in our foods and then think about what ingredients are in dog or cat food. It’s pretty much incomprehensible.
Here’s what will you learn about in the docu-series, The Truth About Pet Cancer: The series will touch on topics from the pet food industry, diets and specific treatment protocols to reverse cancer, water intake, vaccinations (needed vs. those that are likely to cause cancer), essential oil recipes in place of flea/tick collars, overall homeopathy for pets, and more.
I’m adding the link here for you to register and download the FREE docu-series that starts on 4/4/18. I hope it helps you to become a better informed ‘furry-parent’.
To our continued health journey – let it spark more awareness all around us!