Inflammations, tissue degeneration and reduced regeneration capacity: many horses suffer from the subsequent consequences of an unbalanced disorder. Laminitis, muscle tension, coughing, skin and metabolic problems can make a horse’s life a pain. Nutritional deficiencies encourage the process of inflammation of the tissues and the consequent degeneration with many horses.
Power derived from the ocean Inflammations, tissue degeneration and reduced regeneration capacity: many horses suffer from the subsequent consequences of an unbalanced disorder. Laminitis, muscle tension, coughing, skin and metabolic problems can make a horse's life a pain. Nutritional deficiencies encourage the process of inflammation of the tissues and the consequent degeneration with many horses. The good news: a diet rich in herbs and vital nutrients will increase the chances of keeping cells and organs healthy and will counteract an early degeneration process. Nutritional blocks to counteract inflammatory actions related to the nutrition of the extremities, back, respiratory and digestive systems and reproductive organs, as well as to prevent loss of vitality and reduced regeneration capacity. glyconutrients derived from marine algae regulatory phytochemicals derived from nutritive herbs and flax seeds fruit components, spice plants, vitamins and trace elements guarantee antioxidant cell protection Impact related to deficiency on the metabolic system Years of lack of vital nutrients affect the metabolism and the immune system, with consequent reduction of physical performance, reduction of regeneration capacity and susceptibility to inflammation and infections of the extremities, skin and mucous membrane. Horses and breeding animals in particular who work hard, larger horses and all horses fed exclusively on hay and oats are exposed to these risks. A deficiency of essential fatty acids, antioxidants, glycoproteins and trace minerals can delay tissue healing and therefore lead to the development of chronic ailments Power derived from the ocean The nutritional composition of brown algae is particularly interesting for equine feeding since their walls contain special sugary compounds (glyconutrients) which are very similar to those found in the outer membrane layers of mammalian cells. Their wealth of natural minerals, vitamins, amino acids, carbohydrates and phytochemicals makes marine algae extremely effective in fighting inflammatory metabolic and immune deficiencies. Micronutrients derived from fruit and herbs Fruit and many herbs contain a different range of antioxidants, countering in many ways the aggressive influence of radicals on metabolism. In combination with vitamin E derived from vegetable oil, omega-3 fatty acids and added trace elements, these micronutrients support the resistance of the tissue and the whole organism. COMPOSITION Barley flakes, seaweed flour, brewer's yeast 6%, chamomile, linseed, oil mixture cold-pressed (linseed, sunflower oil) 5%, turmeric, beet herb, carrots, Milk thistle seeds, grape seed extract, apple fibers, calcium carbonate (maritime and mineral), salt, barley germs Food recommendation About. 15-20 g per 100 kg of body weight and day.
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