Vitamin E is a natural antioxidant which, in combination with selenium, protects the organism from aggressive oxygen radicals.
Deficits in antioxidants lead to general weakness, muscle problems and susceptibility to infections. Free radicals form during hard sporting activities and stress on the muscles, which most likely increases the body's requirements for vitamin E and selenium. The supplementation with a mix of vitamin E + selenium can also be very beneficial for the circulation and the supply of various tissues with oxygen.
The benefits at a glance:
- low dosage
- protects your horse effectively against a sudden lack of performance
- may prevent tension and serves the cell protection
- supports the rideability of the horse
- as a supplement with high volumes of oil in feed Feeding recommendation
Ponies and foals: 10 g/day, light horses: 15 g/day, larger horses: 25 g/day (1 measuring spoon = 20g).Composition
|Sugar beet syrup
Level of ingredients
Additives per kg
|Vitamin E (3a700)
|Selenium (3b8.12) selenomethionine
|Selenium (E 8) (sodium selenite)
|L-Lysine-Monohydrochloride, feed quality (3.2.3)