Beautiful Skin, Surgery Abroad, & Raw Food for Dogs
March 21, 2016
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Pollogen, Ltd., TruPet, the Puerto Rico Medical Tourism Corporation and TravelCenters of America take center stage on Lifetime®.
(DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla. – PR LOG – March 21, 2016) The Balancing Act® welcomes experts on non-invasive body and facial treatments, a raw food diet for dogs, traveling abroad for surgery and taking your pets along on road trips, Tuesday, March 22 and March 29, 2016 at 7:30 a.m. (ET/PT) on Lifetime®.
Don’t miss these special guests on The Balancing Act:
Beautiful Skin Without Surgery – with Pollogen, Ltd.
Youthful-looking skin is within reach! Dr. Jame’ Heskett, Founder & Medical Director of the medical wellness spa, The Wellpath in New York City, joins The Balancing Act to demonstrate how to get better looking skin without going under the knife. Dr. Heskett is an expert on non-invasive body and facial treatments and longevity, and has plenty of insight. She likes to use OxyGeneo, a painless, non-invasive technology that provides three facial procedures in one treatment: it exfoliates the skin, assists infusion of active nutrients and naturally oxygenates the skin from within. It’s ideal for the modern, busy woman – there’s no downtime, no pain and the results are instant! Go to www.oxygeneo.com to learn more.
Returning Dogs to a Raw Food Diet – with TruPet
Are dogs returning to their raw food roots? There’s a movement to take dogs back to their roots, with a raw food diet. Lori Taylor of pet raw nutrition company, TruPet, LLC, and Anthony Santasiero join The Balancing Act to discuss the benefits of feeding your dog a diet that emulates what canines ate back before they were domesticated. TruPet’s line of dog food, called TruDog, is made from real raw meat. We’re talking super food ingredients including beef, beef tripe, beef fat and more. There are no fillers or grain, and TruPet is the only direct-to-consumer dried dog food company that is actually supported by a full line of supplements as well. To find out how this food can enhance your dog’s life, go to http://trudog.com.
Traveling Abroad for Surgery – with Puerto Rico Medical Tourism Corporation
More people are traveling abroad for surgery in order to save money, but there are many factors to consider making the final decision. Francisco Bonet of the Puerto Rico Medical Tourism Corporation and Orthopedic Surgeon, Dr. Yamil Rivera, join The Balancing Act with some insights on frequently asked questions: How high are health standards in other countries? Will there be a communication barrier? How about the exchange of money? Puerto Rico, or the All-Star Island, offers solutions to many of these barriers. Puerto Rico is part of the United States and abides by the same healthcare standards. Hospitals, doctors and all healthcare practices are regulated by the same boards and organizations as those in the States. Plus, American citizens do not need a passport or visa to travel to Puerto Rico, making it easy and accessible. For more information, visit www.starhealthcarepuertorico.com/.
Keeping Pets Happy on Road Trips – with TravelCenters of America
By planning ahead, traveling with your pets can be more fun and less stressful, even if you’re going across the country! TravelCenters of America recommends bringing food and treats that your pet is familiar with and likes. Don’t forget a bowl, waste scoop or doggie bags, grooming supplies, a leash, a toy and most importantly, water. If you run out of anything, for your pet or yourself, you can stop at any of the more than 250 TA and Petro Stopping Centers across the country. Go to www.TA-Petro.com to see everything they have to offer.
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