Yes, you can use food as medicine to help your pet live a longer, healthier life!
You can use TCVM food therapy to help your pet maintain balance.
Now, however, you can quickly and easily help your pet using food therapy at home.
In addition, PET | TAO products are all color-coded, making it easy for you to choose the right products for your pet to thrive.
By feeding PET | TAO dog food, you get the convenience of TCVM Veterinary food therapy in a can! Our TCVM food therapy dog food brings together the best ingredients to help your dog attain and/or maintain energetic balance.
Best of all, it’s quick and easy! Simply pop the top, and you have food therapy at your fingertips! The perfect solution for busy pet parents.
PET | TAO canned formulas are all-natural with no additives and preservatives. And, dogs love the flavor!
After raw, freeze-dried raw foods are the closest match to the “primal food” ancient canines consumed.
In addition, freeze-dried foods are more sustainable and require less packaging and waste.
There is also another amazing aspect of the freeze-dried raw formulas. There is no vitamin or mineral premix added!
Most premade dog food contains a vitamin and mineral premix. However, in the PET | TAO freeze-dried raw line, all vitamins and minerals are naturally inherent in the foods chosen. We feel this makes a truly natural, superior product.
Our staff has also found PET | TAO freeze-dried formulas perfect as a food topper and for training treats!
Did you know you can use treats to help your pet’s natural healing process? Sounds strange, but it’s true!
PET | TAO treats are freeze-dried, single-ingredient treats from a trusted source.
In addition, PET | TAO treats are color-coded to synergistically work with PET | TAO supplements (see below) for an even more powerful effect.
PET | TAO Supplements combine Eastern herbs with Western orthomolecular medicine, providing the most powerful natural health aids available.
Best of all, PET | TAO Supplements are NASC (National Animal Supplement Council) Approved.
When a brand carries the NASC Quality Seal, it means the company is committed to quality, vigilance, and continuous improvement to promote the well-being of companion animals and horses.
In addition, products must undergo stringent quality control and testing to be awarded the NASC quality seal.
Like all other products PET | TAO Food Therapy System, the supplements are color-coded and work synergistically with PET | TAO food and treats.
In Western medicine, the focus is on symptoms. In Eastern medicine, the focus is on the root causes of disease and attaining balance.
Eastern medicine considers food as medicine, and is aware of each ingredient and how it affects the body energetically.
Western medicine breaks food down into proteins, fats, carbohydrates, and the only energy taken into consideration is the calorie.
The Five Element Theory embodies the five major body organs: heart, spleen, lung, kidney, and liver.
In short, it describes how consuming specific foods can help improve the functioning of the major organs.
According to Yin & Yang philosophy, a body out of balance is prone to illness.
Subsequently, bringing the body back into balance restores harmony and health.
Examples of Yin and Yang Health Challenges
Yin and yang deficiencies are simple examples of energetic imbalance.
The underlying imbalances cause obvious symptoms in pets.
For instance, Yin Deficiency often leads to:
And, Yang Deficiency often leads to:
Western medicine often uses pharmaceuticals to mask the symptoms of energetic imbalance.
Eastern medicine, on the other hand, works on the root cause. In other words, Eastern medicine uses food, herbs, acupuncture, etc. to naturally bring your pet back into balance.
Luckily, PET | TAO Solution formulas help bring energetically unbalanced pets back into balance.
Feed your pet our delicious and nutritious Harmony Formula to maintain an energetically balanced, healthy state.
Is your pet energetically unbalanced and not in harmony? We can help!
In fact, PET | TAO Solution Formulas actually help bring your pet back into energetic balance.
Using the theory of “Like Treats Like”, PET | TAP freeze-dried treats harmonize the following imbalances.
PET | TAO also combines Eastern herbs with Western vitamins and minerals support the body’s natural healing process.
Start with our food and treat feeding charts.
Then, choose the specific PET | TAO products your pet needs!
Imagine how good you’ll feel knowing you’re giving everything your pet needs to be healthy from the inside out!
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has been the mainstay of health in Eastern societies for thousands of years.
Ancient Eastern people also utilized the concept in the form of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCVM) to help their farm animals become healthier and more efficient.
Traditional Chinese healers the behavior of plants and animals in nature and how they grew and thrived.
They incorporated their findings into the Eastern healing practices in the form of Materia Medicas.
In turn, the Materia Medicas are the basis for Eastern food therapy, TCM, and TCVM today.
Below is a story to help you better understand Chinese philosophy and how TCM and TCVM came about.
Ancient Chinese health practitioners had an amazing secret.
The secret reads like this: “藥食同源”.
In short, the secret reads: “Food and Medicine (herbs) share the same origin.”
Interesting, isn’t it?
In Eastern societies, the saying reminds people of the story of The Divine Farmer.
According to Chinese legend, The Divine Farmer was an ancient Chinese tribal chief.
His name was Shen Nong, and he was born of a princess and a heavenly dragon.
Also, according to legend, he had a very unusual body.
The Divine Farmer’s body was transparent and allowed him to see the effect of the things he ate.
To help his people thrive, The Divine Farmer decided to try eating all the wild plants in China.
He ate each plant, taking note of how it affected his body.
The Divine Farmer taught his people which safe and mild plants to use for food.
He also discovered plants with powerful properties. Powerful plants became medicinal herbs.
And toxic plants, of course, were poison.
The Divine Farmer had many near-death experiments.
Fortunately, he was able to save himself with his superhuman knowledge and abilities.
However, one day the Divine Farmer consumed one plant so poisonous it took his life.
Supposedly, he ate a yellow flower of a weed that caused his intestines to rupture before he had time to take the antidotal tea.
However, he gifted China with “The Shen Nong Ben Cao Jing“, translated as “The Divine Farmer’s Materia Medica.“
Legends aside, we know ancient Chinese people studied the energetics of food and each different food’s effect on the body’s subtle energy.
We call using food to affect subtle energy “Eastern food therapy“.
The philosophy of eating for subtle energy balance is quite different than the philosophy of eating proteins, fat, and carbs for caloric energy requirements and nutritional needs.
And, it’s often quite tricky to find food that meets the criteria for both subtle energy needs and nutritional requirements.
After years in clinical practice, veterinarians Marc Smith and Casey Damron found some of their patients just weren’t getting better with conventional treatments.
Consequently, the doctors sought alternative therapies to help patients left without treatment options for their ailments.
The veterinarians then created a pet food therapy system to help pets heal and keep pets healthy.
The PET I TAO Food Therapy System combines Western nutritional science and ancient Eastern knowledge of Food Energetics, The Yin-Yang Theory, and Five-Element Theory.