Treating Animals the Natural Way
On Demand Event


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Treating Animals the Natural Way.
Sylvie Beljanski and Thomas Sandberg shared information and provided people with a unique perspective on the topic that they won’t find anywhere else!

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Treating Animals the Natural Way

Welcome to Virtual Healthy Tuesdays On Demand, brought to you by Sylvie Beljanski, Maison Beljanski and The Beljanski Foundation.

This virtual Healthy Tuesday event featured Thomas Sandberg, the Animal Naturopath, and Sylvie Beljanski, Founder and Executive Vice President of The Beljanski Foundation whose mission is to cure cancer the natural way. The two enlightened everyone with their insights and approach to everything you would like to know about Treating Animals the Natural Way.

Watch this Virtual Healthy Tuesday On Demand Event to learn more.

Meet The Speakers

Sylvie Beljanski

  • Natural Health Advocate
  • Entrepreneur
  • Keynote Speaker
  • Award Winning Author
Thomas Sandberg

Thomas Sandberg

  • The Animal Naturopath
  • Researcher
  • Animal Activist
  • Author

Powerful points shared bySylvie Beljanski and Thomas Sandberg, CSAN, CCNC, AADP:

  • Like Owner, Like Pet
    • Cats and dogs share about 85% of the same DNA as humans.
    • Because we have lived together for more than 10,000 years, we have become susceptible to some of the same diseases.
    • Disease develops over long periods of time and the same conditions that create cancer in humans also applies to our pets.
    • 6 million dogs and nearly 6 million cats will be diagnosed with cancer this year.
  • Environmental Factors Harming Pets
    • Air pollution from smokers, cars, trucks, coal, power plants, construction etc. all lead to an increased risk of disease.
    • Most conventional pesticides are carcinogens.
    • A recent study found lawn herbicides and pesticides was associated with a 70% increased risk of canine malignant lymphoma.
  • The Importance of Nutrition
    • Like humans, obesity in pets is a risk factor for cancer.
    • Low quality fillers makeup the bulk of the food meaning our pets don’t get the nutrition they need, which further contributes to cancer. They can’t heal as long as they stay in an inappropriate diet.
    • Being carnivores, dogs and cats both have a short intestine length and are predisposed to do best on diets composed of quickly digestible food such as protein.
    • In their natural state, cats and dogs eat only raw meat. In kibbles and other pet food cereals, not only is the food cooked, but it is 60% vegetable products.
    • Treats are reported as the worst nutrition offenders.
  • Tests and Treatments are Similar for Humans and Pets
    • Conventional methods include chemotherapy and radiation therapy. Cats tend to tolerate chemotherapy even better than dogs, and both tend to handle chemotherapy better than people.
    • There are alternative treatments that include diet modifications, acupuncture and nutritional supplements.
    • Pao Pereira: a Powerful Botanical Full of Benefits
      • Induces apoptosis in destabilized cells
      • Anti-viral
      • Anti-inflammatory
      • Anti-cancer + crosses the blood brain barrier
      • Anti-cancer stem cells
      • No negative side effects
      • Notified to the FDA as a New Dietary Ingredient since 1996
      • Click here to learn more about the research publications on Pao pereira

100% of the proceeds from the event will go to
The Beljanski Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit,
to help fund anticancer research to cure cancer the natural way.


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