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Eating healthy for yourself and your pet makes great sense, but are you really providing, for you and your pet, all those necessary micronutrients that no longer occur in the soils? These same deficient soils are producing the foods you are eating and feeding to your pet?

The sad truth is, our agricultural farmlands and soils are depleted of their natural mineral nutrients. Yes, our soils are deficient and are just plain tired from being overworked agriculturally. Today, farmers routinely add artificial chemicals to the soils and make them chemically saturated, in order to force their crops to grow.

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You need to consider any chronic disease that continues to occur in your dog as a possible hormone antibody imbalance.

A red line on the gums where the enamel joins the gum, called a gingival flare, is a definite indication. This does not occur as often in dogs as it does in cats.
Any chronic disease may indicate this imbalance.

Chronic parasites, ear mites, skin problems, food sensitivities, idiopathic epilepsy, auto-immunity and cancer all relate to this endocrine immune imbalance referred to as Plechner’s Syndrome.  For more information please contact the HPN website.

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AN OVERVEIW OF TODAYS SECRET TO MAINTANING GOOD HEALTH IN AN ALTERED ENVIRONMENT
By Alfred J. Plechner, D.V.M.

Good health, in this day and age, comes from a balance of active cortisol and active estrogen and their effect on not only the pituitary, and thyroid glands but also on the immune system.

If there is a change in this ratio between active cortisol and active estrogen, then serious diseases may follow.

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An article from the University of Tennessee signals that my esteem fellow professionals are finally beginning to understand what this old Vet’s been saying for many years now. They are beginning to realize the dangers of excessive adrenal estrogen. They are close, but alas…no cigar.

It seems they are attempting to reduce the production of adrenal estrogen by using various chemicals to affect it’s source, the adrenal gland. This approach at least shows someone’s been listening to some of what this Animal Doctor’s been saying for quite some time.

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By Alfred J. Plechner, D.V.M.

AN OVERVEIW OF TODAYS SECRET TO MAINTANING GOOD HEALTH IN AN AFFECTED ENVIRONMENT

Good health in this day and age comes from a balance of active cortisol and active estrogen and their effect on not only the pituitary, thyroid glands but also on the immune system.

If there is a change in this ratio between active cortisol and active estrogen, then serious diseases may follow.

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