“Man’s best friend?” Give me a break!!!

“Man’s best friend?”   Give me a break!!!

 A few years ago, there was a very sick dog, Lu. His owner Sarah was very concerned.

Lu, the dog, had very advanced diabetes. His diabetes was so severe that he lost eyesight, all his limbs had gangrenous infections, and virtually all the hairs fell. Awful awful…Sarah told me that Lu even hallucinated (I just don’t know what it is like when a dog hallucinates, but, I could imagine it must be awful…)

Sarah knew that we produce natural treatments for human diabetes, Eleotin?. She was so desperate that she would like to try our products on Lu. We told her that we have not tested our products on any dog, even though we have many studies after many studies that demonstrate our products work beautifully for human diabetes.

 But, desperation overcomes doubt.

Sarah gave our Eleotin? tea to Lu. Not in a cup, but, she just sprinkled our tea powders over Lu’s foods. Sarah did not expect too much. Lu was dying any how. It was just awful. Her best friend over so many years was dying very painfully.

 But, in a matter of a few days, an interesting thing was observed. Lu just licked Eleotin? tea only from the food, not touching anything else. Somehow, the animal seemed to know what is good for him, while we human beings lost the ability to know what is good for our body…Lu just kept on eating our Eleotin? tea powder on and on and on…Not touching other foods at all. Our tea powder was neither sweet, nor especially tasty in any other ways. In fact, many seriously diabetic pets showed this ‘amazing’ ability time after time. Somehow, animals know better what is good for their body.  (Maybe, that is why there are no animals in the wilderness who have cancers.)

 Then, a miracle seemed to be happening. Lu’s eyesight was restored. Lu stopped hallucination. Hair re-grew…Sarah began to have hope about Lu.

But, in the end, Lu died. In addition to diabetes, Lu had a very malignant big brain tumor, which is very common when dogs have serious diabetes for a long time.

Sarah still keeps on saying “only if Lu had taken Eleotin? earlier….”

Who knows?

 But, this incident triggered curiosities of the researchers of our company.  Their question was “Would our products work for the dogs and cats as well as it works for human?”  The curiosity was based on the confidence these researchers had on our products. (We have 80,000 users and many doctors are recommending our products to their patients…see www.eastwoodcompanies.com)

 They tested, and, did the preliminary research….And the answer was “Yes”. Positively “yes” Our researchers were overjoyed. They were excited and reported this amazing result to the veterinarian research circle, fully expecting that the veterinarian colleagues will be intrigued, let alone impressed.  Guess what?  Our researchers faced a totally unexpected response.

 “It is not a new discovery at all. We already knew for a long time. In fact, many owners already use some of these herbs on their diabetic pets…”

 They also reminded us that human diabetes and dog diabetes were closely linked from the start of its discovery of mechanisms of the disease itself.  In 1920, Dr. Banting at the University of Toronto found that the insulin is the hormone that plays a key role in human diabetes and he found it no where else but by observing a diabetic dog.

 Pet diabetes has similar symptoms to human diabetic symptoms. In fact, they use basically the same insulin that is used for humans. Almost same side effects are observed.

 Also, they also told us that diabetes is growing explosively in pets side by side with the explosion of human diabetes cases. Dogs and cats were domesticated hundreds of thousands years ago. Since then, they lived with us, meaning that they eat with us and moved with us…They basically have developed the same metabolic characteristics as human metabolism. If our lifestyle causes a rampant epidemic of diabetes, dogs and cats can not be immune to it. A few scientists even believe that pets owned by obese or diabetic patients tend to be more vulnerable to diabetes than the pets that are not.

The only major difference between human diabetes and pet diabetes is that diabetes progress a lot faster in pets.
 Part of the reason is because pets age much more quickly than human beings. Of course, we’re all familiar with the phrase “dog years” and the idea that dogs age approximately seven times faster than human beings. This allows you to notice the relationship between nutrition and health seven times more quickly in your dogs than you might notice it in yourself or in your family. In a sense, pets play a role like those canaries miners used to detect the lack of oxygen in the mines.

In other words, if you start feeding your dog foods and food ingredients that promote disease and cause nutritional deficiencies (i.e. most human food), your dog will start to show symptoms of those deficiencies seven times more quickly than a human being would.

In any way, no matter whether our discovery is new or old, we decided to go ahead with the commercializing the products and named it Eleotin? Pet Metabolism.

As a token of gratitude toward our long term customers, we decided to offer free Eleotin? Pet Metabolismunits to all those regular customers of other Eleotin? products who are concerned about their pets’ health. These are good also for the ‘healthy’ pets that have not developed diabetes yet. There are ingredients that prevent the development of diabetes. This will promote the general health. Please phone us to check whether you are ‘regular customers’ who are qualified for free Eleotin? Pet Metabolism.

Caution:  The most common form of diabetes in canines, or dogs, is Type 1 diabetes mellitus although 5-20% of cats suffer from it, as well. Cats typically suffer from Type 2 diabetes mellitus, the most common form of diabetes diagnosed in obese humans. Middle aged, spayed dogs are more susceptible to diabetes.  If your dog or cat has a Type 1 diabetes, your dog still needs insulin even with Eleotin Pet Metabolism. It may need a lot less. But, it still needs. Never stop insulin and other diabetes treatments unless the veterinarians tell you so.

Other cautions for dog owners

  • Never give alcohol to your diabetic dogs. Highly likely it will lead to coma. Do not leave unfinished glass of beer around where your pet can come and drink it.
  • Coffee will raise the heart rate of the dog and can very well lead to seizure.
  • Chocolates will lead to vomiting. Chocolate is fatal even in small quantity.
  • Garlic will affect the blood of the dog and it will lead to anemia and kidney failure.
  • Onions affects the blood of the dog in a similar fashion to Garlic.
  • Grapes very often lead to the kidney failure.
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