Toxins



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The questions you ask cannot be properly addressed with simple answers. The answers are, however, contained in the links sent to you.

Nevertheless, see our replies below.

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Thanks for the load of information, however none of it answered the questions I asked. I need straight forward real answers.

Does Wysong check for the level of toxicity of the fish they are using in the cat food?

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The fish are tested.

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Where does Wysong get the supply of fish, fish farms, wild caught, etc.?

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A mix depending upon availability and cost.

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Does Wysong use GMO soybeans in their pet food?

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We do not use soy at this time.

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Is the pet food checked for a level of pesticides to be sure contamination is kept low as possible.

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Testing for all potential toxins (there are thousands) would not be possible. Most ingredients are tested for some of the more common toxins.

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Wysong should be able to give honest straight forward answers to these questions.

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We have, but as the information sent to you explains, focusing on a "toxin free" food will make no difference in your pet's health unless you follow the princples in the optimal health program™ (http://wysong.net/wohp/). There are tens of thousands of natural and synthetic toxins. Dealing with this reality and feeding wisely is the key to health.


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I have ordered a number of your products which are made from sources grown in fields I assume all over the world. There is a new hazard that could be contaminating these fields called chemtrails which have been analyzed to contain ethylene dibromide, nano-particulates of aluminum and barium and cationic polymer fibers, etc. These chemtrails have been researched by numerous scientists all over the country and reports written about their discoveries. (see http://imageevent.com/siresat/strangedaysstrangeskies) These chemtrails are being sprayed all over America as well as in other parts of the world.

I would like to know what you are doing to see that these chemicals are not getting into your products via the fields on which your sources are grown. Do you test the fields on which your sources are grown? If so, how do you test and how often? As a Customer I am very concerned since your products are very concentrated and if they do have any of these chemicals in them, they would also be concentrated.

I would appreciate a reply. Thank you.

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Dear Friend,

There are tens of thousands of potential toxins in food, both natural and synthetic. It would be impossible to test for them all and impossible to find any substance free of potential toxins.

Dr. Wysong's best advice is to follow the Optimal Health Program™ (http://wysong.net/wohp/). By doing so and feeding in variety the chances of toxicity from any agent is reduced as much as it is possible to do so. See: http://www.wysong.net/pet-health-and-nutrition/toxin-paranoia.php.


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I have been buying your "Wysong" can food for some time now, and found out from a diet nutritionist at UC Davis, CA, pet hospital, that organ meats should not be fed to dogs and cats on a daily basis.

Reason being, is because the organ meat contains Vitamin A, which cats and dogs store in their livers, and excrete slowly, which can cause toxicity , and ultimately impair their health.

On your can "Wysong" turkey/chicken meat, I read your ingredients which does say that chicken liver, as well as turkey liver is added as part of the meat ingredient.

If meat and poultry livers are toxic to the animal's health, why do you include it in your chicken and turkey meat ? Wouldn't it be better for the animal if you left out the organ meat, and if you wanted to use giblets, hearts and kidney meats, can those separately, as they all work best as a balanced supplemental diet.

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Organs have always been part of the natural diet for carnivores. In fact, those parts of the prey animal are usually eaten first. If organ meats were toxic, wild populations would have ceased to exist many years ago.

Wysong diets have been fed to hundreds of thousands of animals through multiple generations for some 35 years. Some of these pets are now living into their late twenties. No Vitamin A toxicity has ever occurred.

Wysong Diets and the method of feeding Dr. Wysong advocates (Optimal Health Program™), create dramatic health results. (http://www.wysong.net/testimonials.php)

In theory, anything can be toxic. To better understand pet food and the safety and toxicity of ingredients, please review the links below.

Toxin Paranoia: http://www.wysong.net/pet-health-and-nutrition/toxin-paranoia.php

Truth About Pet Foods: http://www.wysong.net/products/cat-dog-health-nutrition-truth-about-pet-foods.php

So you think Wysong uses toxins in its products