Guest Blogger Editorials


By Jennifer Lee, A.C.A.N. graduate and Certified Carnivore Nutrition Health Coach A microbiome can be described as the unique community of microorganisms that inhabit a living organism. These microorganisms are found living on the skin and genitals, as well as in the mouth and gut. It’s estimated that the amount of bacteria typically outnumber the hosts cells by as much as 10 times. Aside from contributing to the synthesis of...

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By Dr. Sarah Reagan Instructor & Advisory Board Member at The American Council of Animal Naturopathy There actually is no such thing as “chemical free living” – for us, our animals, or any living organism, and “chemical free products” are nothing more than marketing hype. As an example: Dioxin is likely the most toxic synthetic (man-made) chemical compound in existence, yet it is vastly (some sources say a million times) less...

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What’s In Your House?

What’s In Your House?


Posted By on Dec 18, 2014

By Carole Milligan, A.C.A.N. graduate and Certified Carnivore Nutrition Health Coach As a naturopathic animal health coach and consultant, my clients often tell me about cats and/or dogs that have allergies, skin problems, IBD (Irritable Bowel Disease), and autoimmune illnesses. Suppressive medications, which can also be damaging to the body, are often prescribed in an effort to control the animal’s symptoms. Clients are dismayed when...

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By Carole Milligan, A.C.A.N. graduate and Certified Carnivore Nutrition Health Coach In my life, I have had assorted injuries in the workplace and in car accidents. I was fortunate to have been the beneficiary of therapeutic massage for those injuries. I often wondered about how I could help my own animals by providing a focused massage or touch therapy treatment. After getting my certification in Carnivore Nutrition from ACAN, I was...

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By Educational Partner: Aleksandra Mikic, DMH, DVH, DPh of Health For Animals Program The formula for digestive upset that I will share with you in this article is probably the most frequently used formula in my practice. This is not surprising when we consider the following factors: • the natural inclination of animals, especially young ones, to taste just about everything that can fit into their mouths • the improper foods and...

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By: Dr. Sarah Reagan Instructor & Advisory Board Member at The American Council of Animal Naturopathy I saw this post over a year ago – in a question and answer type format – from a well-known equine trainer residing and working in Europe. I will leave names out as I have no desire to disparage anyone personally; my intent in this article is to point out a very small part of the enormous amount of misconceptions regarding equine...

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