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Posted Sep 12 2008 8:29am

Enzymes: Just Another Song & Dance? - Show #106

I’m getting my enzymes right here in this raw meaty bone, WOOF! This week on Animal Talk Naturally we have another new guest but he is also a very special friend Dr. Hugh Bassham. Dr. Bassham talked with Mom & Jeannie about the critical importance of enzymes for our health and the health of humans too, WOOF! Here is this week’s synopsis:

Announcements

National Dog Day August 26th
National Cat Day August 15th

Our Guest

Dr. Hugh Bassham
Veternarian, Dr. Hugh Bassham

Synopsis

1. The Enzyme Story
2. The Conundrum
3. The Strangest Veterinarian
4. We are what we digest
5. A Simple Test
6. Focused on illness
7. Doubly Blind
8. The System - then Awareness
9. 80,000 Reactions
10. Healing successes
11. Nutrition: THE Medicine
12. The Stool

Quote

The greatest way to live with honor in this world is to be what we pretend to be. ~ Socrates

In this life we will experience hurts and trials that we will not be able to change; we are just going to have to allow them to change us. ~ Ron Lee Davis

Exodus 23:25

Most past shows are archived here on Animal Talk Naturally! Shows featuring Kim and Jeannie solo shows are archived for three months then they go to CD. Go HERE for more details.

Additional Resources

Why Are Enzymes So Important?
Let’s Talk About Those ‘Zymes
Enzymes for Life

Arrrooo everyone, it’s a really big show! Have a pawsitively tail waggin’, hoof stompin’, animal talkin’ day WOOF!

About Animal Talk Naturally
Two women, one podcast – “ unlearning ” to care for your animals naturally is their message. Kim Bloomer and Jeannie Thomason, now in their second year of online talk radio, include weekly guest experts on their show and daily short segments called “ Animal Crackers ” – audio commentaries from other animal loving friends. You and your animals can be “ ears up ” for the podcast at www.animaltalknaturally.com.

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