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Traumatic Brain Injury
Traumatic Brain Injury is a neurological disorder characterized by brain damage that results in disruption in neural functioning. It is often caused by blunt force trauma, typically due to a car accident or sports injury.
“Eating disorders” is a broad classification that includes anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, purging disorder, avoidant food disorder, pica, orthorexia nervosa, rumination syndrome, muscle dysmorphia, body dysmorphia, feeding disorder, night eating syndrome and general eating disorders.
Domesticated animals are often fed packaged kibble that wildly contrasts their ancestral diet. In nature, most animals consume fat and protein-rich, meat-based meals. In fact, cats are considered obligate carnivores. Nutritional science supports the concept of a ketogenic diet for pets and avoidance carbohydrates; however, most pet foods on the market are saturated with starches and grains.