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Is caring for animals making you unhealthy & unhappy? If so, we can help.

Thank you for visiting All Beings to learn more about how we can help you regain your physical & mental health including more energy & joy for your job again! Whether you're a veterinarian, vet tech, or part of the front office vet care team, we know how difficult your job is. In fact, we respect and appreciate all that you do but also recognize that the nature of your work can understandably lead to physical and mental health issues that can quickly get out of control if not addressed. For example, if you suffer from any of the following symptoms, you're already on the path to poor health but the good news is, even the smallest changes can lead to big improvements when it comes to your overall well-being!

Symptom List

Unfortunately it isn't as simple as getting more exercise and sunlight or eating more fruits and vegetables. It starts with ensuring the ongoing stress of your job hasn't already disrupted your digestive function, and your adrenal glands are strong enough to cope with the ongoing demands at work and at home. And remember, stress is not just sudden life-threatening emergencies that come into your clinic and general financial worries from not making enough money. It can be:

To our GI tract and adrenal glands, stress is stress and between today's "overdrive" world and the demands of your job, it's inevitable that constant pressure and tension are playing havoc with your health. Question is, do you know how impacted you are? And do you know what to do to reverse the damage so far to get you back on the path to optimal health before it's too late?

SPECIAL LIMITED TIME OFFER FOR VET CARE PROFESSIONALS & NEW CLIENTS!

Take an easy first step today & get an online health assessment for FREE (normally $90)!

Package includes:

1) General health intake forms and a comprehensive online questionnaire covering over 300 possible symptoms across 15 areas of your body (from your stomach, pancreas, liver, and gallbladder function to the health of your intestines, adrenals, thyroid, and immune system), 

2) An email-based summary of all findings - including an easy-to-follow graph showing the priority level of those 15 areas,

3) Starting recommendations to get you going in the right direction! 

Then it's up to you whether you want our continued help reversing at least those high-priority areas. The best news is you'll be surprised at how even the smallest dietary and lifestyle changes can make a world of difference when the right plan is in place, especially when it's a customized plan based on what the results tell us for you specifically. At All Beings, we believe in well-being for ALL beings but we also don't believe in a one-size-fits-all approach for people or animals. 

Happy Vet Care TeamSo if you're ready for somebody to finally take care of you for a change, please visit our online store and sign up for a FREE BeWell Health Check today!

We look forward to helping you soon! And be sure to ask us about special clinic-wide programs and rates if a few of you would like to get healthy together!

 

 

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Veterinary Practice News April 2018 Issue

 

According to the AVMA & NAVTA, veterinarians are 3 times more likely than the U.S. national average to consider suicide & burnout is cited as one of the most significant problems vet techs face. Don't become a statistic. Let us help!


Did you know that GI dysfunction is the most overlooked disorder in healthcare & any form of stress causes your entire digestive system to shut down temporarily?

 

Or how about how the health of your adrenals determines how well you live yet over 90% of the population has some form of adrenal dysfunction? 

 

“Our interest in helping vet care professionals stems from my personal experience with a wonderful mobile vet tech, Judy, that helps care for my almost 22-year-old cat, Freddie. I see the love & commitment Judy has for her four-legged clients but also the toll the job & constant responsibility takes on her. I don't know how she (and you) do it but I do know I can make a difference in the vet care community by addressing two of the most overlooked causes of the mental & physical health decline common in this industry - digestive system & adrenal dysfunction. I hope to get the chance to help you."