MARIA MENOUNOS | 10 Longevity Pet Tips
Updated: Apr 17, 2020
Rodney & Dr. Becker share their top tips with Maria Menounos on how to keep your pets living long and healthy lives.
Entertainment icon, Maria Menounos, took time to mind-jam with Rodney Habib and Dr Karen Becker after they appeared on her podcast, Conversations with Maria. The topic they discussed is one of interest to all pet-lovers: longevity tips. Everyone wants their pets to live their healthiest, longest lives possible! Check out the video to learn what you can do.
Maria Menounos is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and NY Times Best-selling author. She is a well-known TV personality, having hosted on Extra and E!News, and been a correspondent for Today and Access Hollywood. She is an actress, successful business woman, and is the creator and CEO of the podcast series network "After Buzz TV." She also hosts her own podcasts ("Better Together with Maria", "Conversations with Maria").
In this episode:
Tip 1 : Food Quality ( 0:53 ) Tip 2 : Food Supplements ( 2:15 ) Tip 3 : Water Quality ( 3:30 ) Tip 4 : Titer Testing ( 4:35 ) Tip 5 : Lawn Chemicals ( 5:38 ) Tip 6 : Stress Level ( 8:11 ) Tip 7 : Daily Exercise ( 9:55 ) Tip 8 : Weight ( 11:17 ) Tip 9 : Household Cleaners ( 13:33 ) Tip 10 : Hormone Preservation ( 14:02 )
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Mentioned in this episode:
Effect of Supplementation With Omega-3 Fatty Acids, Magnesium, and Zinc on Canine Behavioral Disorders: Results of a Pilot Study Titer photo Vaccine-Associated Feline Sarcoma Task Force: Roundtable Discussion How dangerous is yard lawn spray to pets? Detection of herbicides in the urine of pet dogs following home lawn chemical application An observational study of the potential for human exposures to pet-borne diazinon residues following lawn applications Interspecies transmission of emotional information via chemosignals: from humans to dogs (Canis lupus familiaris) Polluted Pets: High Levels of Toxic Industrial Chemicals Contaminate Cats And Dogs Long-term health effects of neutering dogs: comparison of Labrador Retrievers with Golden Retrievers