WONDERS HEALTH SUPPLEMENT March
In keeping with its decision to disperse health information rather
than be gouged by HMO's or PPO's, the Union is now starting up
the advice. In most cases we will give top rating to traditional
natural advice but will publish veterinarian advice when it is free.
In the grass clumps pictured at left, choose the tender green
grass for simple toning of the digestion. The darker tougher older
grass in the middle is the right thing for cleaning out undigested
or rotten food. The tough brownish grass on the right is too tough
and should be avoided for eating but is good for marking.
Ground meat or raw meat scraps are safe with the decay just
beginning to appear and some dogs in very needy circumstances
may even risk more of the
decay. But purplish meat, especially with a strange odor should be
There is a rumor that has been circulating for many years that eating cat
food can lead to kidney problems. The Union is appointing a committee
to study this subject and possibly run some tests. Another committee
will study obesity (fatness) and will bring in a report. Another
good feature is our new question and answer service and we have asked our
oldest and healthiest members to serve as specialists in this.
So pay attention to all the good information the union is making available
and send a message on ESNnet if y ou have health related questions.
Good Luck. Executive Board
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