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Good health: nutritional supplements

In nature, a horse seeks what it needs by moving constantly and, if conditions permit, it will balance its food, not only with grass but, if present also with plants, roots , fruits, branches and sometimes even clay (minerals).

The horse is fragile and strong at the same time:

Its digestive function is particularly delicate. Deficient digestion will immediately have an impact on the absorption of nutrients; a deficiency which may result from this will have an influence on other processes. Following a problem due to trauma, illness, training or stress, nutritional balance plays a very important role in the recovery process.

The basis of course will be balanced food adapted to the work and living conditions of the horse. Deficiencies manifest themselves initially through vague symptoms: more quickly tired, less appetite, dull coat, etc.

Remember to monitor intake of vitamins A, D, E and Selenium, as excesses can produce harmful effects and even lead to deficiencies.

You will find these nutritional supplements in:

garlic : has beneficial properties more than any plant, antiseptic, fungicide, expectorant, rich in Vitamins A, B1, B3, C, E and minerals.

fenugreek : Rich in fatty acids, vitamins A, B, C and E, calcium and phosphorus. It has a positive effect on digestion, lactation and the respiratory tract

marine algae : Rich in vitamins, minerals, trace elements and amino acids.