November 18, 2012
Ted’s Amazing Aloe4Pets Discovery
By Suzy Wiesenhart
For Ted Kassay, born and raised in the Niagara region of Ontario Canada, it was not until his later years that he realized the importance of eating wholesome foods and the healing properties that are available in so many of the foods that we consume.
In the last number of years, he has spent numerous hours poring over studies, medical journals, and nutritional books. What really caught his attention was the Aloe Vera plant, for he had no idea it could be used as a vegetable or as a beverage. Through the learning process, he found that the plant nourishes the body with many essential minerals, amino acids and enzymes that help extract the nutrients from the food we eat into the proper cells of the body.
He then developed a new creme., with Aloe Vera as the base that had amazing results on the skin. The testimonials he received from customers were incredible. Learning how they were being helped health- wise kept him motivated; some changes were profound, others mild. For quite a few, the wrinkles were gone and they all noticed a firmer skin, and for many the age spots had faded. Some noticed results in a matter of days, others it took a few weeks.
As the success stories poured in over the aloe creme., his attention was drawn to pets. They often experience the same skin issues so he formulated Aloe4Pets based upon a ‘vision’ he had years ago. “The ‘vision’ showed rows, as far as the eye could see of Aloe Vera, cactus and flax seed in a poultry barn” Kassay explained. He took the vision as a message that this combination would be useful as a supplement for animals. The formula proved to be just short of a miracle for many of the health issues for pets.
It is gratifying to see the benefits that have been exemplified in the men and women using Aloe creme. as well as with the pets using Aloe4Pets. “There is no greater satisfaction than knowing that our products have improved the health and lives of others”, Kassay said. You can find out more by visiting www.tedsaloevera.com.