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Ginger's Diet

 

In A.M.

1 garlic pill (equal to 1/2 clove of garlic)
1 Pet Tab (vitamin-mineral supplement)


1st Meal

4 oz free range chicken (white meat)
3/4 cup brown rice
1/2 TBS virgin olive oil
1/3 cup chopped organic carrots
1 clove of garlic
2 tsp chopped parsley
2 Vitamin C (1000mg)(500mg each)
1 Vitamin E (400 I.U.)
1 capsule Thorne Veterinary Immugen
Essiac Tea (10ml)


2nd Meal

4 oz free range chicken (white meat)
3/4 cup brown rice
1/2 TBS virgin olive oil
1/4 cup mashed sardines
2 garlic pills (equal to 1 clove of garlic)
1 Vitamin A (10,000 I.U.)
2 Vitamin C (1000mg)(500mg each)
1 capsule Chinese Ginseng (500mg)
1 capsule Twin Lab Cell Boost with IP-6
1/2 TBS Lipiderm
Essiac Tea (10ml)
2 tsp plain low fat yogurt (this I give her separately)


Echinacea - 5 drops 3 times a day for 7 days, then skip 7 days, then start for 7 days again, etc.


I also give her spring water to drink.

A final note here: The pictures you see of Ginger were all taken following her being diagnosed with hemangiosarcoma. Ginger was still doing very well. She still chased squirrels, caught Frisbees (and rarely missed I might add), and was still obsessed with playing (tennis balls are her favourite). Her reflexes were still lightning quick. My vet and I both feel her diet helped her immensely. I also feel that she needed the attention and the playing as much as the diet. I was very pleased with how Ginger was doing for all those years. I do hope that anyone who owns a pet with cancer who happens upon this web page has as much success as I have had with Ginger.

 

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