|June 2015—Wholistic Tip of the Month|
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A Community Forum Talk in Denver
In allopathic Western medicine, when using drugs or isolated supplements people equate the dosage size with the amount of benefits: small dose = small benefits, large dose = large benefits. After all, if one sees some benefits after taking a small dose then more is better, according to our quick-fix desires. This is not always the best reasoning when evaluating our “wholistic” whole superfood products. Here is an example.
After experiencing benefits from our bio-algae concentrates product, BioSuperfood, one customer wanted their cat to have the same benefits too. After reading Dr. Kiriac’s 20+ years of successful animal cancer research they decided to give their cat BioPreparation. As suggested by other pet parents in our Cat & Finicky Dog Hints document, they started the bio-algae concentrates at one pinch per meal. As most feline parents know, cats are small sensitive creatures and can be very picky about any new food or substance on their plate. Based on the suggestions accumulated from our previous clients, the customer held this daily amount for a while before increasing to two pinches per meal. Immediately, their cat experienced loose stools. This generally indicates excessive detoxing. The logical solution is to return to the last agreeable daily amount for longer and gradually increase again after the body has had a chance to balance itself and adjust to this rich and efficient superfood. But every time they start to increase, the loose stools return. The client naturally asked us if their cat is receiving any bio-algae concentrates benefits if all they can give is one pinch per meal. From a Western medical perspective, how can the body receive any benefits from only one pinch of any product? Here is our nutritional “wholistic” answer.
If an excessive detoxing reaction with just two “pinches” per day occurs then, Yes, the body is definitely getting benefits from just one pinch per day. If the body was not getting any benefits from one pinch per day, then it would be able to tolerate two pinches per day without any detoxing symptoms. The measure of the daily amount is insignificant and not a good measurement of benefits. That is an allopathic Western medicine principle. In evaluating benefits, we have found it better to not make comparisons with others since each body has individual circumstances. Our standard suggestion is to give whatever daily amount produces benefits without exceeding the detoxing limit. Any change is a good sign the body is responding to this new superfood, even if it is an unintended consequence (such as loose stools, diarrhea, excessive thirst, itching).
We have learned in our “wholistic” practice
the daily amount of product and the time at each level is not always
directly related to the amount of benefits. That is also an allopathic
Western medicine principle. For example, Margaret is so sensitive she
could not tolerate even one capsule/day of BioSuperfood
the first 6-7 years we offered it. She had to balance her weak immune,
lymphatic and digestive systems, detoxify from mercury and other heavy
metals, get rid of a nasty parasite, have cavitation surgery for
infected teeth extraction sites and root canals gone bad and do many
other holistic measures before her sensitive body was able to tolerate
½-capsule of BioSuperfood-f1 every other day. After doing all the above,
it still took her almost one year to be able to work up to the advanced
formula, BioSuperfood-f3. At one point she was up to 8-9 capsules of
BioSuperfood-f3 per day but it took her 7-8 years to get there. This is
not a judgment but just a reality when one has a sensitive body.
It takes a different paradigm, other than
Western allopathic medicine principles, to appreciate the truly
products we offer. That is why our clients, both people and pets, get
results when others have failed. Read about a nun who had debilitating
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
for seven years. We have even saved the
lives of pets when veterinarians have run out of medicine and
options. One of the best “wholistic” paradigms we follow comes from
Brugh Joy, a psychotherapist. In his book, “Joy’s Way,” he wrote: ‘make
no comparisons, make no judgments, delete the need to understand.’ (At
least from a Western allopathic medicine way.) If you want better
results than you have been getting in yourself and your pets, you will
have to do something different than you are currently doing. Try a
totally "wholistic" approach.
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