Helps to reduce Pain, Lameness and Improves Mobility. Supplies adequate nutritional building blocks needed to help break the Osteoarthritis cycle. Helps to support cartilage turnover, regeneration, and joint lubrication.
EQUINE JOINT HEALTH
PROMOTE MOBILITY & RELIEVE PAIN
⊕ strengthens bone and prevent bone loss
⊕ greatly aids in digestive health
⊕ strengthens mares, foals, and youngstock
⊕ improve immunity
⊕ boost collagen production in horses
⊕ reduces the risk of heart disease
⊕ reduces the risk of heart disease
⊕ promotes muscle strength and recovery
⊕ promotes healthy skin, coat, hair and hoof
⊕ promotes wound healing and repair
⊕ alleviates anxiety
Strengthens bone and prevent bone loss
Reducing the possibility of bone fractures. Foals are known to have positive growth and bone development with collagen supplementation
Nett Weight 1,7Kg – 4 Week Supply
SOUTH AFRICAN TRIAL REVEALS AMAZING RESULTS
We fed horses with Collagen for 3 months at a dosage of 50 grams per day. The response from the trainers and stable owners was astonishing. Here’s what they had to say…..
True Collagen is a huge protein molecule which makes up ~ 30% of all the protein in a horse, it aids in the health of joints, tendons, ligaments, bones, skin and organs; collagen is great for supporting the health of muscles, the gastrointestinal tract, hooves, haircoat, as well as the mane and tail.
Because the true collagen molecule is so huge, it cannot directly be absorbed the bloodstream whereas Collagen (hydrolyzed) is collagen protein which has been broken down into small super absorbable amino acids and small peptides. These collagen building blocks are well absorbed into the bloodstream and carried to the collagen building cells in the horse’s body where it is needed such as to collagen producing cells in joints.
Greatly aids in digestive health
Collagen supplements can prevent ulcer recurrence and promote stomach health as proven in trials at Louisiana State University’s Equine Health Studies Program. Horses are prone to stomach ulcers and has a compound stomach. Up to 90% of performance horses suffer from gastric ulcers. Hydrolyzed Collagen-fed horses had fewer and less severe ulcers throughout the trial and significantly fewer ulcers were seen after 56 days of feeding.
(80% of young foals removed from mares are susceptive to getting ulcers).
Strengthens Mares, Foals and Youngstock
Many studies have been done all yielding similar results. Collagen has a positive influence on the growth and bone development of foals. Foals are generally larger than a control group, their joint cartilage is thicker and pastern joint width is superior. In addition, hair and hooves also show better growth. Collagen has also been associated with female fertility
Collagen protein is rich in amino acids that support a healthy immune system. Can help boost metabolism, increase muscle mass and energy output, due to specific amino acids found in Collagen
Boost collagen production in horses
For growth, repair and maintenance of collagen protein in the body for a strong resilient horse (~30% of all protein in the body is collagen – dry weight basis.)
Reduces the risk of heart disease
As with people, collagen strengthens organs such as the heart. It also improves the health of arteries
Promotes muscle strength and recovery
Especially in athletes and elderly horses. This was evident in the trial ran in this article. It is said that one month of muscle loss takes up to six months to recover. Collagen shortens this period drastically.
Promotes healthy skin, coat, hair and hoof health
Collagen helps counter act conditions such as chronic laminitis, cracked hooves, or dry, brittle feet incapable of holding shoes. Coat health was evident in our trial
Promotes wound healing and repair
This was most evident in our South Africal trial
Due to the amino acid glycine which is abundant in collagen, horses may be calmer. Also something evident in our trial