Complementary and Alternative (CAM)
Is a eastern approach that involves treating and preventing diseases with “food energies”. CAM can be used with or with out the aid of western treatment under the supervision of your vet or certified AHVM or American Holistic Vet Medical Association.
How can CAM help with cancer?
Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine theory states that cancer is made up of many cells rapidly dividing with uplifting energy that creates heat or inflammation that occurs from cellular genetic materials. But when food energies come into play it cools down the inflammation.
TCVM Food Energies
To better understand food energies, consider how your body reacts to certain food. For example, When you eat something spicy such as pepper you may feel flush and your eyes may tear up. This is because the pepper has a warming affect that opens up your blood vessels. But when you eat a cucumber, a cooling agent will calm the inflammation.
- Wild rice
Neural Food (neither warm or cool):
- Green beans
- White and brown rice
- Sweet potato
Before starting this regiment
Always consult with your vet first to make sure this is the best treatment for your pet and know first hand if your fur baby have any food allergies. If your current vet doesn’t have Cam training you can find one in your area to collaborate with. http://www.ahvma.org/find-a-holistic-veterinarian/