Monthly Archives: February 2019
For a long time it was considered correct to feed Pets with leftovers “from the table”. Diseases of cats and dogs were not associated with nutrition, and symptoms were treated without trying to influence the root cause
…For most modern owners, a pet is a family member who enjoys the boundless love of all households. We want our Pets to be healthy, active, and live as long as possible. Endless topics of popular Internet forums are devoted to the content and nutrition of flour And Balls. Scientists and well-known veterinary specialists from different countries are engaged in research in the field of proper pet feeding. Continue reading
“Undesirable reaction to food” or” dietary hypersensitivity ” is a set of physiological reactions or clinical manifestations that develop as a result of a pathological reaction to a substance obtained with food.
Clinically, it can manifest as an immunological reaction (true Allergy) or a chemical or toxic reaction (intolerance). It is necessary to distinguish between food allergies and food intolerance. Food Allergy is a true Allergy and is manifested by such characteristic symptoms as itching and skin problems associated with food allergies. Food intolerance is an adverse reaction to a particular food that does not involve the immune system. It covers a wide range of undesirable food reactions, including the lack of vital digestive enzymes and sensitivity to certain foods. Continue reading