Tag: vitamin d for cats

Sep 2023

This was from listening to a podcast with Dr. Katie Kangas. This is what she had to say, “Diseases arise because there has been a chronic nutritional deficiency that typically does not get identified in a conventional medical situation for a human or a pet and at some point it tips over into obvious symptoms and then the patient gets labeled with a disease and then goes on a pharmaceutical drug and the underlying functional problem never gets identified. Magnesiuam, trace minerals and Vitamin D especially are deficient in pet foods. Vitamin D is......

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