Elaine Riedel

As an RN, I know that processed foods increase inflammation. Inflammation is a silent killer and can act as a catalyst for Cancer and other diseases.

Kasey, my Labrador Retriever, was diagnosed with severe elbow dysplasia. When Dr. Bohrer suggested a diet consisting of whole, fresh foods, and supplemented with vitamins and macro minerals, I was all for it.
Before he started on this diet, Kasey laid down a lot, had little energy, and walks were difficult because he would stop and rest frequently for long periods of time. In addition, he wouldn’t get out of the car for at least 30-60 minutes and only with coaxing , which we found out was because he was in pain. He was 94 pounds.

After 2 months on this anti inflammatory diet, he had lost 17 pounds and weighed 77 pounds. The weight loss took weight off his elbow and decreased the inflammation . He has maintained his weight for 1 1/2 years. He has a lot of energy, gets out of the car as soon as I open the door, and runs and plays ball. Our walks are a pleasure as he doesn’t stop to rest unless it is hot outside. He is happy, healthy, and he gobbles the food and licks the bowl! It makes me so happy knowing I can make his life better! I would do anything for Kasey! It makes me so happy knowing I can make his life better! I would do anything for Kasey! He is a very different boy ! We thought he would need surgery, but he is doing great!

I highly recommend Dr. Bohrer’s diet!