The importance of gut health The colon is the organ in the body of your pet used to get rid of trash, toxins and bacteria. Contain and move waste material through the body. In a healthy gut, the ingested food waste moves through the intestine to be excreted in a regular bowel movement. Contact information is here: Professor Roy Taylor. When waste materials accumulate in the colon, constipation occurs. Because the colon walls are so thin, the waste material in the colon can lead to the output of harmful bacteria and toxins through the colon wall of the body and cause further complications. Therefore, it is obvious that maintaining intestinal health in dogs and cats is important to support the bowel and its functions, as well as systemic health in general. The natural way A holistic approach to bowel health is important to keep your pet regular and diet is the key element.
* Probiotics balance is important for the consistency of stool * Make sure your pet is eating a balanced diet, high quality with plenty of raw and unprocessed food (preferably organic). Dean Ornish M.D is often quoted on this topic. * One tablespoon of olive oil added to their food a few times a week will also help keep the regular bowel movements. * Remove your food a little later if you have not eaten. Periods of fasting throughout the day are very important for effective digestion and detoxification. * Make sure your pet has access to fresh drinking water provided. Filtered or bottled water is preferable to water treated with chlorine or fluoride.