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12-15-2013 03:34 PM
carmspack wowee , thanks .
If I could add to the "science" part of it . Apple fiber is what is left from apple juice/ciders production. Non GMO , organic . In addition to helping eliminate , this is full of polyphenols which neutralize damage caused by oxidative free radical (high ORAC value) and allows for normal function of cells . Flavinoids contribute to a reduced level of histamines , the inflammatory "allergy" response.
Also included for complete synergy -- PRE biotics , and papain, betaine, bromelain .
If you would like to try this would you please look to Dogs Naturally Magazine -- Dogs Naturally Magazine
12-15-2013 01:24 PM
Sunflowers
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On the website link you provided for Sunday Sundae, it doesn't give an option to purchase. Am I missing it? And thanks!
Sunday Sundae Nutritional Supplement
12-15-2013 01:12 PM
Momto2GSDs
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On the website link you provided for Sunday Sundae, it doesn't give an option to purchase. Am I missing it? And thanks!
Her link is at the bottom of that page. You purchase it direct: carmspack@hotmail.com
Good Luck!
12-15-2013 01:08 PM
Alis On the website link you provided for Sunday Sundae, it doesn't give an option to purchase. Am I missing it? And thanks!
12-15-2013 01:01 PM
Momto2GSDs
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Is Sunday Sundae both a Digestive Enzyme and Probiotic? Or do you have recommendations on a digestive enzyme? Even a probitioc as well. I don't mind switching the one she's currently on if there's a better one.
Yes, Sunday Sundae is both. I just had
SS tested by my holistic vet and he was thoroughly impressed and is looking into it for his patients!
Moms
12-15-2013 12:59 PM
Sunflowers
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Is Sunday Sundae both a Digestive Enzyme and Probiotic? Or do you have recommendations on a digestive enzyme? Even a probitioc as well. I don't mind switching the one she's currently on if there's a better one.
See my post to you from yesterday
12-15-2013 12:56 PM
Alis Is Sunday Sundae both a Digestive Enzyme and Probiotic? Or do you have recommendations on a digestive enzyme? Even a probitioc as well. I don't mind switching the one she's currently on if there's a better one.
12-15-2013 08:16 AM
Momto2GSDs @Alis: So glad you are considering HK! Preference would be a great food BUT, because your dog seems to have some digestion issues you would need to use meat that had a low fat content. Ground Round or Ground Turkey that was 93%/7% (like Jennie O or Purdue). And I would still put him on a Digestive Enzyme/Pro-Biotic. 1 Cup of raw ground meat = 1/2 pound if you are figuring out the cost.

@Zero: I was sad to see that your dog had the biopsies (in your other thread) and nothing was conclusive (possible IBD). I would highly suggest that you try Sunday Sundae (see my note below) added to your dogs feed. I really think it could help him. It just might be the answer you are looking for for his problems!
· "Sunday Sundae has four direct sources of digestive enzymes and probiotics. One source is a 14 strain digestive enzyme blend plus goat whey matrix. The whey powder provides electrolytes, minerals and digestive enzymes. It is also a part of Feed-Sentials. Probiotics are provided by an 11 strain blend plus lacto fermented goat protein powered. Digestive enzymes and probiotics to optimize nutrition and balance the immune system are only part of Sunday Sundae.
· The first ingredient is Organic Red Raspberry, high in anthrocyanins and catechins. Red raspberries are particularly high in ellagitannins that are converted to ellagic acid in the stomach. Of all the reapberry varieties, MEEKER red raspberries have the highest ratio of “ellagic acid”. This is what is found in Sunday Sundae.
· Raspberries also have allergy, histamine reducing quercetin and are a good source of fibre. Sunday Sundae fortifies the benefits of red raspberry by adding pure, very finely ground MEEKER red raspberry seed flour, a bioavailable source of ellagitannins. Sunday Sundae has dried organic coconut flour that has medium chain fatty acids, which are said to be anti-tumor.
· Organic coconut flour, apple fibre, and apple pectin help elimination. Sweet red beet powder is liver cleansing. Acerola powder has vitamin C, an anti-oxidant. Rosehips have complex vitamin C, complete with rutin and bioflavins, also found in Feed-Sentials. The list goes on and on. Each ingredient has a valuable purpose, for immediate health and as a preventative for future benefits."
SUNDAY SUNDAE | CARMSPACK.com
12-15-2013 02:29 AM
Alis What about THK Preference with raw meat added? It might be a little more affordable for me but I haven't heard how people have done with it.
12-15-2013 12:17 AM
_Zero_ Mine has had constant digestive issues since April or May of last year. We've tried a variety of things and recently did an endoscopy with him and found out his has significant inflammation in his stomach and small intestine. We tried THK Thrive. I really, REALLY wanted it to work for him, but it just didn't. He went from one or two stools a day to three or four, and just about everything was going through undigested. Whole chunks of sweet potato, parsley flakes, etc. No matter how long I rehydrated it, how much water I added, and even if I blended it, he just couldn't do it. I was really bummed because I would love to be able to feed it to him, and I'd been hoping THK would work for us. It just didn't.
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