Well, remember earlier when I told you how I took soil samples in my olive grove?
Well, it turns out that the bacteria profile in that soil was a recipe for optimal gut health.
In other words, because of their exposure to that soil and the “wild factor” in it, it was like those stray dogs were taking a daily probiotic.
But not just any probiotic, but a powerful “soil spore” based probiotic.
Something that’s likely missing from not only your dog's diet but the diet of millions of dogs worldwide. By giving them a powerful daily probiotic with their food, you can fortify their microbiome and boost their gut bacteria while transforming their health.
Now before I tell you what bacteria was in that soil and why it holds the key to your dog's gut health...
Let me first give you what I call the five warning signs that your dog is suffering from barren belly and is missing the Wild Factor.
Some dogs are known to pass a lot of gas, but if you notice your fur baby is stinking up the joint a little more often than usual, it could point toward an imbalance in their gut...
Are they farting a lot more than normal? If it happens multiple times daily, that may be a warning sign.
Are their farts or gut sounds louder than normal - loud farts and a gurgling and churning stomach are prime indicators that something is wrong in your dog's gut.
Time since last meal - If your dog is passing a lot of gas after meals, there could be some connection between the food they're eating and a compromised gut.
During my years of practice, this was always the biggest nightmare for many of my clients.
Besides being hard to clean up, diarrhea is a sure sign your dog's gut is compromised.
Other number two-related symptoms you may want to watch out for include...
Irregular bathroom times messes inside the house and raising false alarms.
All of these are common signs of barren belly.
Dogs deal with allergies just like we do.
Luckily they aren’t allergic to us.
Instead, one of the biggest culprits is food allergies.
As I mentioned earlier, processed and GMO-related foods are everywhere, but a good probiotic can help relieve symptoms associated with food allergies by boosting your dog's immune system.
And in case you aren’t sure...dog allergies can manifest in various ways, including constant itching and scratching, dry, flaky skin, rashes and hot spots, and swollen and irritated ears, lips, or eyelids.
Now dogs aren’t known for their minty fresh breath, but a noticeable change in its aroma could signify that their gut health is compromised.
That’s because bad breath comes from inside, and an unhealthy gut doesn’t smell very good. Undigested and partially digested food can ferment; we all know how that ends.
A good probiotic can help digest and absorb your pup's food and significantly improve the smell of their breath.
Have you ever seen your dog eat grass or the occasional pile of poop?
Well, believe it or not, experts say that this is a sign that your dog's gut health is compromised.
Dogs are instinctual by nature, and the same instincts that had those stray dogs burying their bones in my olive grove also drive them to eat grass and poop.
It may sound gross, but dogs know what their body needs.
So if you see an increase in this type of behavior, it could be a sign that their “gut health” has been compromised.
And for these five reasons, I highly recommend a daily soil-based probiotic.
Now, after hearing all this, you might be wondering two things.
What type of probiotic should I be giving my dog?
And why hasn’t my vet prescribed one?
Let’s start with the first question.
And if you want to know the OPTIMAL probiotic blend to give your dog.
Then you don’t have to look much further than what’s available in the wild.
“Soil Spores” are by far the MOST POWERFUL good bacterial strains and give your dog the most protection.
They give your dog the “Wild Factor,”...and that’s what they need to thrive.
Now, I already told you how those stray dogs buried their bones in my olive grove.
Now what really struck me was the fact that they ONLY buried them in the dirt around my most prized vines.
And if you remember, I had that soil analyzed, and it was full of live bacteria.
What I didn’t tell you was what that bacteria was.
However, before I do, let me quickly answer the second question.
You see, I know for a fact that vets do care deeply about the dogs they treat.
And most of them are really great doctors and experts at treating disease... prescribing your dog medicine... and performing a wide range of surgeries.
Unfortunately, just like medical doctors, veterinarians aren’t really taught much about nutrition.
And just like medical school, vet schools only require one semester of “nutrition” classes, which can often last as little as just three weeks.
So while your vet really is trying his or her best and is probably pretty good at dealing with most things facing your dog's health...
They just DO NOT have the background when it comes to probiotics, gut health, and their impact on health and disease.
Overly obsessed with pills... prescriptions... and procedures.
Without ever really thinking about the SIMPLE, natural fixes that can OPTIMIZE your dog’s health.
Which is really hard...
Because unlike humans — dogs can’t really tell you when they’re hurting...
Or quietly suffering.
So they NEED us to be more proactive about their health to ensure they live the happiest... healthiest... most vibrant lives possible.
The second problem is that just like BIG PHARMA targets medical doctors and pushes them to prescribe their medications...
Veterinarians are targeted too.
These companies spend MILLIONS of dollars each year wining and dining veterinarians.
And offer incentives to vets who prescribe their medications.
Finally, there’s just not a lot of emphasis on research that looks into the consequences of prescribing these drugs.
And while many veterinarians are starting to pay attention to the role gut health plays in your dog's health and longevity... it takes years, if not decades, to unravel bad habits most of us learned in vet school.
That’s why it’s SO essential for dog owners worldwide to do EXACTLY what you’re doing right now.
Take the time to discover the TRUTH about your dog’s gut and how it really influences their health.
And taking the time to make a few small tweaks in your dog's daily diet that can have a PROFOUND effect on their health, energy, and longevity.
The first bacterial strain listed in the lab report was Saccharomyces Boulardii.
This particular bacteria is interesting because it’s mostly found on plants, fruit, and in soil.
In fact, it’s actually USED when planting olive trees.
Because it helps grow the tastiest, juiciest olives possible.
In fact, one study found that this PARTICULAR strain of bacteria helped these olives produce a whopping 600% MORE fatty acid (or oil) on average than any other strain.
And countless OTHER studies have shown a similar connection.,,
I mean the science is practically ENDLESS...
But the best thing about Saccharomyces Boulardii is its ability to fix a variety of gastrointestinal disorders that cause diarrhea.
It also binds to bad bacteria and can neutralize toxins, especially those that adhere to the walls of the digestive system.
Essentially, it calms an overactive immune response in the digestive system, which can help with itching, scratching, hot spots, and so much more.
The next bacterial strains on the lab report were from what’s called the Lactobacillus family.
Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Lactobacillus plantarum, and Lactobacillus casei.
Lactobacillus is a beneficial bacteria that helps to sterilize the soil.
What I mean by that is that it removes byproducts that can build up and create a harsh and harmful environment.
The presence of lactobacillus limits the undesirable organisms in the soil.
I couldn’t believe it.
Nature had created the perfect balance of both good and bad bacteria in that soil.
No wonder the dogs were so healthy.
But that’s not all the soil had in it.
The lab report also showed Bifidobacterium Longum and Bifidobacterium Breve.
This species of "good bacteria" is the first bacteria to colonize the intestinal tract in infants as they pass through the birth canal.
Which is why they’re sometimes called “Youth Probiotics.”
And according to experts, the presence and abundance of Bifidobacterium has been said to be a marker for good health.
Research shows that it improves digestion, increases the absorption of certain minerals, and could even boost immunity.
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I can’t wait to hear how Wild Belly changes YOUR dog’s life.
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