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Inflammatory Bowel Disease in Cats (Cat IBD)
Holistic practitioners who prescribe raw meat diets for cats with IBD usually witness a complete reversal of the disease within 24 - 48 hours.
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Until relatively recently, little was known about feline inflammatory bowel disease, or cat IBD. Even today information is as limited as the symptoms are numerous. It is considered a 'modern' disease as it has been occurring at near epidemic levels over the past ten years. Fortunately, there is now a simple solution for this very common ailment.
Chronic diarrhea, often accompanied by chronic vomiting are symptoms to watch for. Diarrhea is the result of excess fluids, excreted into the intestines, and if the stomach is involved, vomiting can result. The cause of this auto-immune disease is usually an allergic reaction to the foods that the cat is consuming. The body treats these foods as 'foreign invaders', and reacts with an inflammatory response. There is a decrease in the assimilation of nutrients, as the intestinal tissues become inflamed, and the cat's general health can be seriously compromised. It is obvious that the foods that the cat is consuming must be eliminated, and replaced with a more biologically appropriate alternative.
The popular treatment for cat IBD at the veterinary office has traditionally been drugs such as prednisone, which suppress the immune system. Hypoallergenic diets are also administered, with little success.
Our experience with IBD involves approaching the cat's immune system as though it has an intelligence of its own. Immune suppressing drugs do little to help the body to heal of its own accord. If you use the right fuel, the body will respond appropriately, and renewed health will be the result. Holistic practitioners who prescribe raw meat diets for these afflicted felines, usually experience a complete reversal of the disease within days.
IBD in cats may in fact be a 'modern disease', but the cure is as ancient as the millions of years that the cat has been stalking its planetary prey.
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