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Equistro Excell E

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SRP £102.26
£53.80
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For more rider comfort, performance endurance and muscle tone/metabolism for competition horses, foals from birth and brood mares to aid fertility and oestrus
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Equistro Excell E Equistro Excell E is for more rider comfort, performance endurance and muscle tone/metabolism for competition horses, foals from birth and throughout initial care, brood mares to aid fertility and oestrus through an sufficient supply of certain nutrients and nourish the individual muscle cells. Equistro Excell E contains vitamin E, selenium, magnesium and lysine - 4 bioactive and highly bio-available nutrients to optimise the muscle metabolism: Selenium interacts with vitamin E, component of glutathione peroxidase an enzyme that deactivates peroxides, in regions where the soil contains little selenium fodder alone can often not ensure sufficient selenium supply and should be supplemented but the overall limit of 2 mg selenium / kg of feed dry substance must not be exceeded (see also EQUISTRO SUPER 'E'). Magnesium is necessary for the activation of many enzymes - also in the muscle metabolism - and it is involved in the protein fat and carbohydrate metabolism, adult horses require between 10 and 13 g Mg per animal and day foals between 5 and 10 g, only free-grazing horses can usually be assumed to get sufficient amounts of magnesium supplementation is indicated in winter, in cases of sub-normal intake and utilization of magnesium or when bodily reserves are quickly depleted under severe mental and physical stress horses react with stress symptoms such as inappetence exhaustion poor condition excitability nervousness and sweating. Lysine is the single most important building-block in the muscle synthesis of growing foals, weanlings and remounts in training, The maintenance requirement is at least 23g lysine per animal and day, in mares during pregnancy and lactation the requirement increase. This should not be used in food producing animals.