think you need something more than omega 3 even thuogh it's a crucial ingredient.The following list details the sort of food that you might find interesting:omega 3 fishpeanuts, potatoes, eggsliver, soya beansflourbeetroot, almonds, meat, grainsbanana, dates, yogurt, milk, cheeselegumespoultrybanana, orange, lemon, green leafy veg and lentils, wholegrain, meat, poultry, fish, legumes, veg, fruit, chicken, pork, liver, nuts, cantaloupe, strawberriessesame seeds, dried figs, apricots, avocados, melon, grapefruit, kiwi, prunes, pulse, oysters, sunflower seeds, brazilnuts, brown rice, offal, mushroom, cocoacurrywaterbroccoli, cauliflower, lettuce, spinachred wineDo not eat:Sugary foodhydrogenated fatfor a shortened shopping list:EggsPotatoesWholegrains, shredded wheat, wholewheat pasta, wholemeal breadSoyabeanLean meat (poultry and red)Fish (canned)LettuceLentilsPeanutssunflower seedsBrocolliSemiskimmed milk
Our 11 year old cat Lil'Guy (15 pounds) was diagnosed with asthma just over a year ago. I've been trying every
"alternative" supplement there is....today he went back to the vet for shots. Dr. Moon suggested we give him Tibetan Mushroom
Kefir....unfortunately, he won't drink anything but water! So I'm trying to find something that I might be able to add
to his water to boost his immune system that won't have too much taste. If worse, came to worse, we could probably
get a small tablet or drops into him every day -- but it's a struggle. He only eats one kind of dry food, and getting that
wet hasn't proved to useful!
If any of your supplements might boost his immune system....or any suggestions or thoughts would be GREATLY appreicated!
His brother ketze, weighs 21 pounds and is healthy as a horse!?
I began taking silymarin about six years ago when I became concerned about my liver function. For years I had noticed that my skin was acquiring a yellow tone and, as I got older, "liver spots" developed on my arms and hands. I had by that time read a lot about the importance of the liver in cleansing the body of toxins and how the skin often reflected the toxins that were in the body. After reading an article about how ERs in Europe were successfully treating liver damage from mushroom poisoning by using silymarin, I decided to try it. Within a week my skin had lost the yellowish tinge and the liver spots had begun to diminish. The results of silymarin research that has been done the last few years, especially relating to high cholesterol, convinces me that this is an essential supplement in the toxic world in which we all live. I've now been using Liver Rescue III+ for four years and I think it is the best of the brands that I've tried. I highly recommend it.