|Because of our low, mail order,
Internet prices and the amazing demand for our "wholistic"
revolutionary products, we limit every inquiry (e-mail and
telephone) to 15 minutes in order to help all those in need.
After the first 15 minutes we charge our normal
fee. Please make use of all the free resources available 24
hours/day, by clicking on the buttons in the left-hand menu of
every product page (Ingredients, Usage, FAQ, etc.). Thank you in
The pet food recalls continue. The best "wholistic" suggestion to prevent
danger to your pet is — STOP feeding dry kibble dog food. In our
"wholistic" opinion, dry kibble dog food is the least nutritious form of
food to feed a carnivore. Furthermore, a majority of all pet food recalls is
with dry food. Canned food, freeze-dried food and raw food have a much lower
percentage of recalls.
To read more on our "wholistic" philosophy on
pet food, go to the following links:
Pet Food Recall
Holistic Pet Food
a very revealing report on pet food, click the link:
What Pet Food Companies
Don't Want You to Know
Some of the most common questions regarding
- Am I getting enough nutrient XXX to
meet the Minimum Daily Requirement (MDR) or Recommended Dietary
- My doctor (or a study) says I need
milligrams of nutrient XXX for my condition. Does your
product contain enough?
While dosage requirements work well for
drugs and isolated supplements that just treat the symptoms, measuring
benefits in milligrams does not work when comparing our truly holistic,
whole food products that balance the WHOLE body. We consider benefits to
observable facts that the client experiences, while nutrient
requirements measured in milligrams are laboratory measured results. When evaluating our “wholistic”
whole food products (BioPreparation,
ALPHA-G, Seacure) one must
utilize an entirely different system to measure
As an analogy,
even though a car and bicycle are vehicles
one would not ask a bicycle salesman how many miles-per-gallon (MPG) a
bicycle gets. Miles-per-gallon is a system of measurement strictly for
fuel powered vehicles. While it is appropriate to ask
a vitamin clerk
how many milligrams of ascorbic acid each Vitamin C product has, it
would be inappropriate to ask a grocer the same question for each
variety of orange.
To determine the MDR, RDA, how many
milligrams are needed to improve a specific health condition, produce
therapeutic benefits or to determine a toxic level, scientist isolate a
single nutrient in allopathic research studies. The study will use an
isolated, extracted or concentrated single nutrient, often from a
synthetic source for “purity” using
dosages to determine:
Minimum amount to observe an effect.
- Average daily amount to observe
significant improvement (therapeutic effects) in symptoms.
- Maximum dosage before side effects or
a toxic reaction is induced.
The results of these studies only apply if
one gets their source of nutrients in the same exact way: from an
isolated, extracted or concentrated single nutrient, often from a
synthetic source. That is because nutrients from whole foods operate
differently and more efficiently than nutrients from isolated
supplements. One cannot measure the wholistic health benefits in
milligrams like an isolated supplement study. Here are two examples
showing the difference between laboratory and real-world results.
When studies were done to eliminate scurvy, scientist found when
C was used from isolated ascorbic acid, the symptoms of scurvy
disappeared only as long as the ascorbic acid was taken. When the
isolated Vitamin C supplement was stopped, the scurvy came back.
However, if the
ascorbic acid was in a whole food extract from green peppers, the
symptoms stayed away even after the whole food extract was discontinued.
The reason is the whole food extract from green peppers had more than
ascorbic acid. It contained all the complementary nutrients of rutin,
bioflavonoids, selenium, zinc, Vitamin E, etc. that Nature said are
needed for ascorbic acid to be absorbed and utilized in the body
In the laboratory, chemists can duplicate
sea water that looks chemically identical to natural sea water. But when
fish are placed in this synthetic sea water they die. In
experiments when given a choice cows, pigs, elk, deer, raccoons, geese,
squirrels, rats and mice, have shown a preference for non-GMO
(Genetically Modified Organisms) or
complete avoidance of
GMO food. Animals instinctually know GMO food is
not fit for consumption. Nature knows the difference between natural
whole foods and synthetic or laboratory-altered foods.
Consider these advantages of getting
nutrition from whole
90-95% absorption and utilization of
nutrients from whole foods products vs. 20-25% in isolated
- Zero toxicity from whole food
- No side effects or
contraindications from whole food products.
Consider these disadvantages of isolated
supplements (and drugs):
- They tend to lose their effectiveness
over time. One has to take higher doses of supplements or drugs to
produce the same benefits.
- A specific supplement or drug may stop
working altogether over time. That is because they never addressed
the cause of the imbalance but just treated the symptoms. A
healthcare practitioner then prescribes another supplement or drug
that works in a different way (we call this chasing the symptoms).
some people reach a tolerance level for their body and cannot take
any higher dosages or run out choices of supplements or drugs.
So the questions become:
- Do you want to satisfy a chart showing
the proper dosage in milligrams for the MDR, RDA or prescribed
dosage to “cure” the symptoms based on an allopathic
- Or do you want to nourish the WHOLE
body with whole food products and let a balanced, healthy body
(brain) decide it has no need to produce symptoms?
- Do you believe an allopathic
medicine scientist who says the product has the same chemical
formula and molecular structure of nutrient XXX, therefore it
‘should’ provide the same benefits as the whole food nutrient?
- Or do you believe the animals that die
in synthetic sea water and shun GMO foods?
Taking supplements is like putting your
finger in the dike to stop the water leak. Remember the little Dutch boy
fable? The boy stopped the leak by putting his finger in the dike but
this did not take care of the cause, so he must stand there for life
(like dependence on a supplement). We
“wholistically” believe benefits cannot be measured in milligrams just
to satisfy an allopathic medicine study. The body needs the whole food
intended us (and our pets) to get. Synthetic or
GMO-derived nutrients are not “wholistically” equivalent as
proven by animals rejecting non-real food. Do you want just an absence
of symptoms at the cheapest price or do you want
real-world benefits towards
your journey in achieving Freedom From Illness?
The choice is yours!