Lodonal and Animals

"The United Nations’ 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development lays out a host of priorities including “food security and nutrition,” an ambitious plan to eliminate hunger and malnutrition. Now, the organization is defining the role of the world’s livestock caretakers in meeting that goal--naming animal health as a key part of its strategy." - Fierce Animal

This will be a game changer in the farmer industry for many. Many already abide by these standards and have top notch animals. However those suffering from hunger and Malnutrition could vastly benefit from Lodonal (LDN). A study done by AC Carter on weaning pigs on Lodonal shows that the piglets taking Lodonal grow to be much bigger, stronger, and overall healthier. There are farmers out there that take Lodonal their selves but also give it to their cattle, horses, pigs, and their dogs. Lodonal is known for helping with autoimmune diseases, but they way it works by regulating the immune system, it works for a plethora of other diseases as well. Also animals especially dogs have the same receptors as humans allowing Lodonal to have same effect. We hope the UN can see the benefit for Lodonal with animals and can utilize that in their strategy to eliminate hunger and malnutrition in animals. 

 AC Carter's Study

AC Carter's Study