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Keeping Your Pet Healthy All Year Round

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Keeping Your Pet Healthy All Year Round

Veterinarians have sworn duties to keep our pets healthy and free from any kind of sickness. On the other hand, we, as pet owners, have some responsibilities as well--and it goes beyond feeding, bathing, and giving our four-legged pals a home to stay in.  Calorie Intake One of our responsibilities is to make sure our cat or dog is taking in the right amount of calorie every day. Animals that are consuming less than the required calorie intake are at risk of developing illnesses while overfed pets can suffer from osteoarthritis, diabetes, high blood pressure, heart or kidney disease, cancer, and a...

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Are You Using Your Clay Right?

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Are You Using Your Clay Right?

Bentonite clay is a powerful detoxifying agent used in various health and beauty products. Its toxin-binding properties are ideal for people looking for a natural way to detox internally and externally. However, in spite of its benefits, some people would dare say it's a fraud or ineffective. Oftentimes, this is a result of a lot of factors: Amount of Clay Used  Research, do some reading or ask peers first before making bentonite clay a part of your health routine. While it offers many benefits, bentonite clay can seriously pose health risks when not used properly. To start, learn the proper...

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Difference Between Sodium and Calcium Bentonite Clay

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Difference Between Sodium and Calcium Bentonite Clay

Bentonite clay, also known as a healing clay, is formed from ashes spewed out from volcanoes. As it gets exposed to sea waters, it absorbs its minerals and became a highly energized clay rich in nutrients. Throughout the years, this healing clay has been used in many parts of the world because of its cosmetic and health benefits. It has detoxifying agents that can get rid of many types of impurities. Also referred to as montmorillonite clay, bentonite clay is classified under the smectite group--a clay family known for its capacity to expand. It comes in many forms--sodium, calcium, magnesium, and potassium--but the two most...

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Silica -the Anti-Aging Mineral in Bentonite Clay

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Silica -the Anti-Aging Mineral  in Bentonite Clay

Silica dioxide is the dominant element in clays, yet it is the one most overlooked by consumers and others that research clay. Understanding the role of silica explains in some part, how calcium bentonite clay works so magnificently for a multitude of issues. Bentonite clay is a natural source of silica dioxide, which is a […]

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How to Use Bentonite Clay Inside and Out

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Generally speaking, calcium bentonite clay can be used both internally and externally. However, since not all clays are the same, it’s important to know if the clay you’ll be using is for internal use or external use or both. Some clays can be used both internally and externally. If a clay is clean enough to […]

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