Posts Tagged "rest"


Resting and Fasting

Resting and Fasting


Posted By on Apr 11, 2019

In the western countries people can really freak out about missing even one meal – never mind that a big portion of the world is blessed to eat even once a day! Resting our digestion is a REALLY good thing considering how much happens in the body during that – all the expended energy used up as well as free radicals formed. Resting digestion helps the body to clean up debris and healing will happen faster. For our dogs as...

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Hugs and Laughter for Healing

Hugs and Laughter for Healing


Posted By on Apr 4, 2019

On the day after St. Patrick’s day I shared the following post on Facebook because my own sister took her life on St. Patrick’s Day in 2016. When I shared that, so many people shared virtual hugs with me. It made me think more about the healing power of hugging. Which then got me started thinking about healing myself from a recent two day acute illness. I healed myself for free, with the exception of my essential oils. No...

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All the years of sharing a whole health, naturopathic approach to animal care. All the podcasts, blog posts, private consultations, creation of programs, personal experience, and empirical evidence. Not just me of course but SO many others who do this day in and out. My reward is seeing animals be well. And yet, our animals are still ailing as a whole. Why? Because people are reluctant to change. Reluctant to move out of the paradigm...

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by Dr. Kim Bloomer Since animal naturopathy isn’t widely used in the United States, I often get asked what exactly it is I do and most often I’m mistaken for being a holistic veterinarian. Therefore the goal of this article is to set that record straight. Interestingly enough, many people in this country don’t seem to think that health care is an issue UNLESS one is sick – and that same mindset holds true for...

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