Why Don’t Dogs Live Forever? | Rodney Habib | TEDxNSCCWaterfront

Why Don’t Dogs Live Forever? | Rodney Habib | TEDxNSCCWaterfront


Translator: Yasmina Hablani
Reviewer: Denise RQ Dogs are awesome. (Laughter) I mean, literally,
just a smile on a dog’s face has the ability to lighten your heart up. I even come up with an equation for this
just to tell how awesome they are. Take anything,
any situation that there is. Fire a dog in there (Laughter) and it’s going to become awesome. (Laughter) For instance: mud. It’s not awesome. But now you put a dog into that situation,
and you have awesome. (Laughter) And the best part is that science backs up just how awesome dogs are. Harvard University recently
conducted a study and found that just by owning a dog, it not only has the ability
to make you happy but it can make you healthier. Just petting your dog has the ability
to lower your blood pressure, lower your heart rate,
making you calmer and more mindful. Owning a dog for those
who are isolated within their homes: getting out more, more interactive,
interacting within their communities. I even come up with an equation
thinking and showing the dogs have the ability
to grow our communities. For instance, take a look at Jack. Jack never really got out much,
stayed at home a lot. That was until he got a puppy. Then Jack was forced to get out
and walk his puppy. Here is where Jack meets Jill. Jill falls in love with Jack’s puppy. One year later, they have a baby:
community growth. (Laughter) And 41% of North Americans today
actually have a dog. As awesome as dogs are, sadly, they’re flawed,
according to science. Dogs here are not living that long, not as long as they should,
and they’re dying very young. And we ask the question why, these animals are living
in some pretty scary statistics. We have to start looking
around the world at these statistics. We know that in the last 5 years
in the United Kingdom, diabetes is up 900%
when it comes to the dog. In North America,
the obesity epidemic is up 60% as animals are plagued with obesity,
and that statistics continues to climb. And the worst one,
the most staggering statistic of all, the one that is decimating our pets
all over the planet is cancer. One in two dogs today
is diagnosed with cancer, and in fact, research are showing
that of any animal on the planet, the dog has the highest rate of cancer. And this has left the scientists
scratching their heads. What’s happening? So, what you’re seeing now is the largest canine study
to ever be conducted. 3,000 dogs, 25 million dollars
to figure out why the dogs are broken. It’s being conducted on Golden Retrievers. We have to ask the question,
“What is going on?” According to Dr. Lappin
who’s involved in the study, he said that when he graduated
from Vet School in the 70s, dogs used to live to be 17. Sadly today, they’re only living to be 11. And the Golden Retriever itself
is only living to be nine or ten. So what is it? What are these factors
that are plaguing us with cancer? I tell you, when the Broad Institute
conducted an extensive study with cancer, they found mind-blowing information
that leave humans with jaw on the ground when this research came on. It showed that although
10% of cancer is genetic, 90% are the results of lifestyle
and environmental factors, the things that are around us. If we want to dig deeper into that 90%, let’s remove the 10% for a second; you can’t change your dog’s genes if you went and adopted
your dog from a shelter. So what’s in that 90%? If you were to fire that in a cancer pie, and we would remove slices,
what is research telling us? What’s causing all this cancer? Stress, obesity, infection, sedentary lifestyle or lack of exercise,
and toxins and pollution. But it leaves us
with this giant piece to the puzzle, that big piece right there,
and what is it you’re seeing? It’s diet. And according to science, this is the most important piece
that we’re not focusing on. In fact, after multiple studies, 30 to 40% of all cancers can be prevented by simply implementing dietary changes. 40% of cancer can be prevented by food. In 2013, my dog Sammie was diagnosed with cancer. I knew I needed to do
everything I could in my power to figure out how and why this happened. I burned through routers, Ethernet cords,
researching, day in and day out, trying to figure out
how was I going to stop this disease from progressing in her body. And when research pointed to me
that 40% of cancer was in the diet, I knew that’s where I had to start. So I settled on a worldwide journey, traveling around the world
looking for answers. And today, I’m going to share
with you my journey. But before I do, there is a very important word
that we all need to understand. And that word is called nutrigenomics. Nutrigenomics is the new science between the correlation of diet
and how it affects our DNA. For example, let’s say you are handed
a whole bunch of lousy genes: your parents, their parents, and parents;
cancer in that whole family. You have the ability
to keep those genes off by putting good functional foods
in your body. Then you’re going to start putting things
in your body that aren’t so good. You have the ability
to spark those genes on. And you’re creating disease. I knew there was going to be a correlation
between nutrigenomics and my dog. And so my journey started. And as a blogger today, I go to information to the World Wide Web, a digital community’s
largest interactive database where all the information
in the world is there. For me, it seemed pretty evident
where I was going to go. I went to where one of the oldest dogs
in the world was eating. Logically, these dogs were bulletproofing
themselves from cancer, so what were they doing? I started to travel,
and I started to research. I found dogs on all different parts
of the continent that were living in their teens
and in their twenties, until a viral post
that literally broke the Internet. It was discovered that the oldest dog in the world
was discovered in Australia. Meet Brian McLaren, a dairy farmer, a beautiful man with a simple life
and a beautiful dog. He had no idea that his 30-year Kelpie, 30-year old dog, was going to be a World Record holder
for the oldest dog in the world. So this is where I had to start;
I needed to talk to this man. “Brian, tell me,
what are you feeding your pet?” He told me that there were
a couple of factors here when he was feeding Maggie. For instance, he wasn’t
feeding her a lot; calorie restriction. He said some days the dog wouldn’t eat. She was self-fasting. And then exercise came into the equation. I told him here in North America,
people like to go outside after work and walk the dog around
the block for 20 minutes, or they’ve got that wonderful
giant fence in the yard they let the dog run in the yard. And he laughed at me. And he said, “Me and my dog, on average,
get nine kilometers of exercise a day. She follows me around
when I’m driving in the tractor.” So, when it came to her diet,
please share with me. He told me, “Every day I share with her
a giant glass of raw fed grassmilk, it comes straight from the cow. At night, sometimes,
she sneaks around after the cattle birth, and she starts eating cattle placenta.” It’s not going to be bottled. But then, he also told me
that he was adding some unconventional things into her bowl
that he believes increased her longevity. So I had to know! But before I share that,
I knew I needed more data. And what you’re seeing here is
the longest observational study to date: a 30-year study that shows the correlation
between diet, cancer, and longevity, held on almost 7,000 animals. And heading the study
was a Norwegian researcher named Thomas Sandberg. So I got in contact with Thomas. And this beautiful man
was willing to share 16 years already into the project
of his data that I’m going to share with you today. What you’re looking at
is a researchers’ graph, terribly cluttered,
very hard to figure out. So I added a little bit of modification, and we can zoom into it. When you are looking here
at the green region, all those 8.5,; these are specific breeds, and this one primarily is a Great Dane. Great Danes only live to be
about eight and a half on average; Great Danes eating
an average dog food diet. The blue section is the extension of life
when there is a diet modification. The blue section is almost
doubling the animal’s life when the pet owner
changes the diet for the dog. Holy smokes. “You tell me right now
what that is, Thomas.” Thomas said, “You know what? What’s even more important is that we see a lower incidence
of cancer in these animals. But because the diet’s varied, and you want a specific diet
for cancer rod, I suggest you to go
to The Epigenix Foundation.” The who? The Epigenix Foundation
is a world leading foundation that is funding studies in the research between cancer, diet,
lifestyle, longevity, all the things that I was just
talking you about. They were funding
a project called “Ketopets.” So I was skeptical. I got on a plane and flew
to America; I had to see this. They showed me that this sanctuary that they have,
this ground breaking sanctuary is full of the world’s leading
metabolic doctors for dogs. They were bringing in
rescued animals, homeless dogs, from different shelters around America
that had terminal cancer; stage 4, not a long time to live. And they want to give them
a second chance. With America’s only PET/CT scanner, meaning they can follow the cancer
from day one to the end of the protocol, which was a 120-day protocol, coupled with
an unconventional metabolic diet, “Ketopets” found the ability to
slow down, to halt, or to reverse cancer. I said reverse cancer. What you are looking at here
– I haven’t shared the diet with you yet – what you are looking at here,
is a standard bowl of dog food. This is what almost every single dog
in the world is eating. But the three examples I just gave you,
the oldest dog in the world, the dogs in the longevity project,
and “Ketopets” who are reversing cancer, their bowls kind of look like this. And what you’re looking at is a full bowl of unprocessed fresh food. Doesn’t seem so mind-blowing. Logically, we know, as humans if something is good,
you’re going to feel great. But in the dog food world,
it’s unconventional. It’s unresearched. And just how awesome is this? My dog Sammie, today, is fighting cancer. I mean, she’s beating it. She’s as healthy as she’s ever been
since I’ve made this dietary change. Some people may say, “I don’t know; that was very confusing,
I wouldn’t be able to do all that.” So I saved this study for last. What you’re looking at here
is a Purdue’s study. In 2005, Purdue University wanted to know, “Alright, if we add a little bit
of fresh food to a bowl of processed food, how much effect could this really have?” So, three times a week, they took some green leafy vegetables
and added it to a bowl of processed food. And the results that came back
were jaw-dropping. How did it affect cancer? Ninety percent decrease
in the risk of cancer by just adding some green leafy vegetables
to a bowl of processed food. Today, we bring
these animals into our homes, we domesticate them,
we bring them into our communities. We tell them, “We want you
to be able to understand our language. We want you to be able to behave
the way we tell you to behave. We want you to adapt to our lifestyle,
we get out or we sit at home.” But more importantly, we don’t give them a choice
when it comes to their diets. We pick what we deem is nutritious,
and we put it into their bowl. We say to them, “You have two choices. Either you eat what’s in that bowl,
or you’re not eating.” Today, with the way
the cancer epidemic is going, in you guys, and in our beautiful pets,
it’s showing no signs of slowing down. There has never been
more of an important time than right now to research exactly what you guys
are putting into your pet’s bowls. Oh, and by the way, when an 85-year old plumber,
from Austin, Texas, Jake Perry, this brilliant man was asked, “Jake, how on earth did you set
the Guinness World Record not once but twice, with the oldest living cats in the world, a 34- and a 38-year old cat?” His response? “I just added
some fresh food to the diet.” Thank you guys. (Applause)

100 Replies to “Why Don’t Dogs Live Forever? | Rodney Habib | TEDxNSCCWaterfront”

  1. This presentation is both unscientific and full of misleading statistics. 30-40% of cancer in HUMANS is believed to result from poor diet. The same isn't true of dogs, which both have different dietary requirements than humans and in practice eat differently than humans (usually the same nutrient-balanced food every single day). He sources the quote as being from something called "Canine Nutrigenomics" (which looks to be a book by Jean Dodds, a veterinary whose claims have been largely debunked by other veterinarians and criticized as being unscientific) – but that is NOT where that statistic is from. The actual statistic comes from Davis CD, Milner J. Frontiers in nutrigenomics, proteomics, metabolomics and cancer prevention. Mutat Res. 2004;551(1–2):51–64, and it's just an ESTIMATE — "however, the actual percentage is not known and depends on the specific type of cancer and the specific components of diet" (Ardekani and Jabbari, 2009).

    Making a leap to believing that diet has to do with the current increase in dog cancer statistics is scientifically baseless, especially when those 17 year old dogs in the 70s were, guess what? Also eating that same packaged kibble Rodney maligns. That Colorado study he's referencing? It's looking specifically at GENETIC issues causing the changes in Golden Retriever life expectancy.

    One of the main reason that dog life expectancy has decreased so much and cancer is on the rise is because the COI (coefficient of inbreeding) in dogs has increased dramatically over recent decades. The process of breeding related dogs to each other without any periodic influx of new DNA (via responsible outcrossing) has led to dogs with decreased genetic diversity and a higher likelihood of developing diseases like cancer.

    In addition, obesity appears to be another driving factor in the current cancer crisis amongst pets; two recent 20 year studies showed that Labradors fed a low-calorie, nutrient-balanced diet lived into their late teens, while Labs fed a higher calorie diet died younger. 53% of dogs in the US are overweight or obese; perhaps THAT'S why 50% of dogs die from cancer these days.

  2. Very important! I used to feed my husky Gohan straight kibble food since the first day I got him and for about 6 months. He was now around 1 year old, and I changed his diet and started to add more fresh foods. I switched his kibble brand to a higher quality one and mixed some fresh foods in there. I can already spot the change in everything about him. From a healthy looking coat, to even how he behaved. I truly believe if you want your dog to live longer and be healthier overall, please don't feed your dog only kibble. Add some fresh foods. If you do decide to use kibble, try getting a high quality brand. Quality over quantity! It will make a real difference!!

  3. this talk is terrific in that it gave me websites to look at for specific information. the ketopet organization doesn't just"add fresh vegetables" to the diet, they feed the dogs a ketogenic diet. that is low carb, high fat. lots of animal fat.

  4. Amazing! Got me thinking about one particular thing – my shih-tzu loves dandelion greens, horseradish leaves, even spinach and bean leaves – is it healthy for her? are any of these to be banished from her self-chosen diet?

  5. This is such amazingly simple information and yet, as many of the comments point out below, money has gotten in the way of health…both in humans and in our beloved pets. My new puppy loves raw meats, cooked and raw veggies and apples!

  6. Does anybody know where to find the studies quoted here (esp. the Norwegian one)? I'm raw feeding already and would like to add veggies on a regular basis (we often give them as snacks), I just really want to read the actual paper if it's available. Can't find it on scholar 🙂

  7. Love this TEDx Talk by Rodney Habib…. truly authentic information that will help you keep your dog healthy. Well done. Thank you!!

  8. I learned in my culinary class back in the day all the left over of chicken and beef and we'll any food scraps would go to dogs and cats …. until a group of people thought it was wasteful to give animals human food …. my dogs aren't on raw diet I barely heard of it but ima do more research I have 3 babies and they are my life … so with that said they deserve the best

  9. Thank you for this great info. I have always known this but you give me faith in what I believe. I feed only the highest quality food. I often cook for my dogs. I buy meat on sale and sear just the outside to kill bacteria leaving it very rare. I add veggies and eggs and they love it. I also feed commercial raw on occasion. When we say raw, we need to be careful. Raw that is commercially prepared is tested for bacteria. Meat you buy at the grocery is not, you should sear the outside. I learned this the hard way unfortunately. Check Walmart for packages of organ meats very cheap. Just the other day I bought chicken livers for about 50 cents a pound. I tossed them in a pan to sear the outside, added broccoli, cheese and eggs. I make them a home cooked meal a couple times a week.
    I lost the love of my life to diabetes. I was stupid. If only I had known. Also do not routinely vaccinate. Once immunity is achieved it generally lasts a lifetime. Puppy shots yes, boosters at one year yes…..then no more.

  10. Hey Rodney! Great talk, man! I'm guessing TED wasn't going to allow you on stage if you talked about what may well be even more important than food: all the vaccinations. Am I right? I've heard they've got a limited perspective of how far out of conventional medicine they are willing to go. I'd love verification of that.

    Still and all, nice work. Amazing actually what that bit of fresh vegetation did for the kibble fed guys!

  11. I switched my 9 dogs to a raw diet a few months ago. I wish now I had done this years ago! Commercial kibble are the ultimate rubbish. WE wouldn't eat that stuff, so why force our pets to do so?

  12. CARNIVORE NUTRITION vs. PET FOOD NUTRITION. Go ROAR! Dr Francis Pottenger (Medical Doctor) conducted the world's largest FEEDING EXPERIMENT using 900 cats over 3 generations of cats over 10 YEARS. Cooked fed cats vs. Raw fed cats. Guess which DIET produced the healthiest cats? The Answer = uTube "Dr Pottenger's Cats-Diets Will Effect Future Generations"

  13. "Dog's used to live to 17"? Any references for this other than a single anecdote from the study founder?
    Some dogs might have lived to 17 but that is in no way an average life span.

  14. Thank you so much Rodney. I'm the owner of a 14 and a half year old German Shepherd mix just dionosed with liver cancer. Searching the internet for a way to halt or reverse it I found this. As of today my fur baby is eating a raw meat, berry, leafy greens diet. May she live to her twenties. God bless you and your sweet dog

  15. I want to know what fresh foods are suggested to feed to a cat. I know they are obligate carnivores so that would mean no fruits or veggies so I assume he just means raw meats? How to balance them, how much muscle meat, fat, organs, etc.? I once raised mice just for my cats to eat and they wouldn't so I gave them (the mice) to a pet store. I couldn't bring myself to kill and chop them up for the cats.

  16. What are his credentials? I can't find them anywhere. He doesn't appear to have any background in clinical nutrition, animal nutrition or even science….he also doesn't appear to be a veterinarian?

    Can anyone point me in the right direction of his credentials?

  17. Should I just get rid of proceed food and feed them vegetables? Or should I do a mix. I don't care about the time needed to make them, I want a healthy friend!

  18. My dog would eat pretty much anything that I gave her or would steal anything I was silly enough to leave lying around within her reach. (She was a German Shepherd that could look most people directly in the eyes if she was allowed to put her paws on their shoulders so a lot of things were within her reach! Once she managed to steal a whole chicken off the kitchen bench and it was never seen again:) I would steam peas, carrots, corn, green beans and mix it with steamed rice and mix it all up for a few days of meals and give her raw chicken wings, uncooked beef, pork and sheep bones. She lived to be almost 16.

  19. Dogs are carnivores. That means they are designed by nature to eat meat, bones and organs. Whoever tells you otherwise (including vets, I go to Veterinary school and I can personally see the nonsense myself) has to prove that dogs are not carnivores. Until they do so, feed your dog a natural diet of meat, bones and organs and watch how healthy your dogs will be.

  20. I feed my dogs McDonald's. They love it. Live just as long and are so very happy. The other dogs are jealous and always sniffing them if you know what I mean. Let's just say they. Are hugely popular at the park. Yes, exercise is key and affection- just like humans!

  21. Вот и всё..Вот ответы на вопросы жизни животных и людей тоже,мы состоим из того что мы едим..И мать природу не обманешь,только свежие и натуральные продукты.Отличное видео.

  22. So feeding my cat would be like having a half of kipples, one side of the bowl would be boiled carrot, boiled broccoli in the middle (any green ) and lastly boiled rice. Safe and Heathy for cat? Any feedback from you guys would be awesome.

  23. But what if a dog refuses to eat raw veggies?? I keep trying for years to get my dog to eat veggies but any way I mix it in, she leaves it and even picks it out and only eats meat. So the only raw food she would eat is meat but none of the veggies nor fruits and I've tried all the tricks to make her…

  24. AMEN. At age 6 my weimeraner was diagnosed with terminal cancer and given six months to live with coventional cancer treatment. I refused the treatment and for almost a decade she lived well and youthful with her stage 4 cancer and remained active chasing balls and frisbees well into her 15th year due to dietary changes. The expected lifespan for the breed is about 8 years. I doubled her lifespan for her breed in spite of stage 4 cancer. My sweet Bella passed August 24, 2017 at 14.75 years old. She was humanely euthanized. Her last week was difficult but was still eating well and was actually a bit overweight when she passed at 68 lbs. She was good up to end and I attribute that to a clean healthy diet.

  25. Very few dogs get enough exercise and the right kind of exercise. How many people would like to have their dogs life? Very few people should be allowed to own dogs. The dogs suffer and the humans don't have a clue.

  26. It should be no surprise that same principles apply to all animals, including humans. Diet is extremely important, and one of the most modifiable factors when it comes to many diseases including cancer.

  27. Over vaccination and commercial food is killing are dogs. Titer testings and feed raw and these dogs will live longer like they use to.

  28. Best video ❤❤❤
    Dear pet lovers please feed right & keep them healthy. our dog life is under our control 🐶❤🐶

  29. ¡Gracias Rodney! Gracias por tu iniciativa que definitivamente está cambiando la industria y al mundo de los perros.
    Thank you Rodney, Thank you for your iniciative, you are definitely changing the industry and the pets world, We need more people like you!

  30. Have the joy of 4 dogs, mama is 16, 3 kids 13. Never fed them any corn containing kibbles,only lamb/chicken and rice, plus table scraps. They like salad except for broccoli spears. One developed hemolitic sarcoma, dread cancer. I use medical cannibis, so I started her on a green juice daily using leaf and root, she is still being a dog a year after diagnosis, our Vet is amazed she is doing so well. My cat chose to leave his body when he turned 21, he liked second hand smoke. I recommend cannabis CBD for animals whose diet and lack of exercise has led to cancer.

  31. First of all this man isn't trying to sell anything. That should be your first clue. He is citing literature from DVM Jean Dodds book "Nutrigenomics" it is obvious he has a love for dogs and wants to assist other pet owner's too.

  32. Rodney's talk is just phenomenal. Thanks for sharing. Following his advice, I'm sure my dogs can live longer and healthier lives!

  33. People are born so they learn to live a good life, like loving the whole time and being cool, right? Well, dogs already know how to do this, so they do not have to stay as long as we do.

  34. Actually, can't agree at all! Geneticnutrition is weird. We just see the phenomenon that add some vegetables can make dog live longer for some specific one. But as a scientist, we are not going to make magic that we change the world by use special tools but tell people the truth, the logic and the method of the world. Give a good opinion in public is very serious, just tell people what is good is not enough, tell people why is good and what we need pay more attention to and need to be serious considered is more precious. Feel so sad many commenters vote him

  35. If genetics causes 10% or the cancer, and for the other 90% there's a variety of environmental causes, of which diet is a chunk displayed as like 30%, how can this Purdue study find that just adding some green vegetables reduces cancer by 90% ? There's some weird math right there.

  36. I love dogs! It makes so much sense that, like humans, consuming a mostly natural food diet, they survive longer. Great talk.

  37. if you love animals and want to live healthy – GO VEGAN. you will be surprised how great you will feel and how healthy you will be. PS. My dog gets fresh food every day as well along with her normal dog food…

  38. this is seriously flawed, dogs life span has been going up not down, and he hasnt touched at alll about spay and neutering affecting cancer (and it does dramatically) .

  39. Same recipe for us humans… The work from Weston Price stands is almost 100 years old and still stands as the single most important nutritional discovery…

  40. can't say i am all that surprised most of my uncle's dogs have shunned dog food in favour of cat food because of the higher nutritional content

  41. Lifespan change is the opposite in Germany. In the the 1970s average dog-life lasted 10 years, now it's 15. Barfing is hugely popular here.

  42. but cat's don't touch vegtables as far as i know. my 2 cats don't want anything but PROTEIN…honestly. Dogs are pretty much omnivores it's different.

  43. It smells pseudoscience to me. Of course there will be some record dogs, but if cancer prevention was so easy, why then don’t they implement this for humans?

  44. Over the past couple of years, I had 2 family members pass away. First it was my dog, then it was my mom. I think about everything both of them were eating. All throughout my growing up, we would feed my dog wet dog food, and a ton of scraps from when we were done eating (which was mainly gristle and other things WE didn't want to eat). My toy poodle only lived to be 11 years old. They aren't supposed to die so young. She had congestive heart failure.

    My mom ate a lot of sugar and spent so much of her life working and caring for my family that she didn't take much time to exercise or take care of herself. She was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in April 2017 and died on July 31, 2017. She was 56 years old.

    If that isn't motivation to live healthier I don't know what is.

  45. Duh! Been feeding raw and fresh produce diet to my dogs since 2003. Only 2 out of 7 got cancer. Still happens folks… But a lot less. Ones that didn’t get it lived to 14-17. For greyhounds that’s pretty old.

  46. What is the optimal diet for them? What foods, and how much? I’ve heard of calorie restriction for longevity, but I’d like more info. Thanks for any additional advice.

  47. I started following Rodney Habib's homemade dog food recipe. The only change I made was cooking all the food first. I also added a bit of raw pumpkin for fiber. My senior Yorkie barks for his food now and runs around in circles at dinnertime.. I noticed the difference immediately in his energy and shiny coat. He also stopped his gagging cough which may be related to better heart health without all the peas and lentils in his former grain free diet. I hope Rodney Habib's recipes add years to my dog's life!

  48. Since my dog is 5 years, I'm cooking daily for him, it just didn't make sense to me that he should eat these things of which I'm not sure what the contents are. Most of the time I give meat and sometimes rice mixed with veggies and chicken. My question to you guys is, do they need greens like green vegetables of just a mix of veggies? And how do you make your dog eat raw veggies if he has meat on the side?

  49. Yep! When you think of all that dry kibble we give our pets, most of that has a lot of grain..grain grown by non-organic industrial standards…so full of glyphosate. We know unequivocally what glyphosate is going to human health. So STOP the grains and kibbles! If you do grains cook organic ones yourself. Excellent work!

  50. When you forward this video, this what the TEDx's people warns you about: "NOTE FROM TED: Please consult a veterinarian before modifying your pet’s diet. We've flagged this talk for falling outside TEDx's curatorial guidelines because it seems to oversimplify the discourse surrounding pet lifespan and raw food diets, which are currently not recommended by the FDA and AAHA. TEDx events are independently organized by …" why I am not surprised..? the FDA? the AAHA? Sure… those entities are always looking after U$

  51. @Another comment from the long winded woman, I've read several comments and was pleased to see lots from people changing their pets diets to pets with illness who were even as of being sick were becoming healthier and living longer life's, kind of takes the sting out of my stupidity of not knowing, and then too late. Father God Bless All.

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