18851Re: [FH] Thank You from Donna and Kali
- Mar 1, 2005There was another article on critical care nutrition
that mentioned branched chain amino acids are believed
to be helpful in combatting cancer and cardiac
cachexia. It was a really good article that appears to
have disappeared from the WalthamUSA Learning Center.
Not sure what branched chain amino acids are, just
noticed that Hill's A/D has them.
I was trying to find info on the development of A/D
and I discovered that A/D saves ferrets, snakes,
orphaned penguins, owls and oil slicked water fowl in
addition to critically ill dogs and cats.
--- lclarizia@... wrote:
> In a message dated 2/27/2005 9:44:03 AM Eastern
> Standard Time,
> somnamblst@... writes:
> > Another thing to consider and I hope everyone on
> > group takes the time to read Lisa Freeman's
> article in
> > the links section on Nutritional Modulation of
> > Disease is that the nutraceuticals may be helping
> > because they address cachexia, which is the higher
> > metabolism that makes sick animals suddenly
> Oh, definitely -- and as you pointed out, heart
> kitties generally have a
> constellation of issues to deal with. Cachexia is
> definitely one. I had a copy
> of the Freeman article at work, but as I no longer
> work there, don't have
> access but I think I got the full copy from a
> journal somewhere, so will look for
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