Posted: 7th May 2020 | Back to news feed
You can support your horse during this downtime by providing them with a detox. In these uncertain times and with all equestrian events cancelled, horses are being turned out to the field for a much-deserved break or workload has been reduced. Whilst it is much easier to look at the negatives surrounding us now, we want to help you look at the positive actions you can take to make the most of this time.
Our vets recommend that all athletes should take a break and recuperate, especially after a hard competition season or long period of work. It’s a time for your horse to relax and ‘reset’ his entire body. This is especially important for the optimal functioning of body organs and leads to better performance and a happy horse. Providing downtime periods for your horse often means they can perform to a much better standard afterwards and more continuously in the long run.
Whilst horses are taking a break, recovery results can be maximised with a detox supplement such as Synovium Hippochol, which allows the body to replenish itself and gain strength.
What are the benefits of a detox for horses?
A horse’s internal system has a lot to process, from environmental stressors to feed and medicines. By supporting the liver and kidneys you can help support the natural breakdown of these processes and aid in optimal metabolism. A detox will help cleanse the vital organs and stimulate their function to process nutrients, waste products and toxins.
How does Synovium Hippochol help the detox process?
Hippochol contains essential levels of Choline, which is an ingredient needed to produce lecithin
(animal cell membranes) and acetylcholine (neurotransmitter). Choline aids in a nonfatty liver. The unique formula combines Choline with Methionine, the second most essential amino acid in the equine diet (the horse must obtain it from their diet) it is required to support connective tissue, liver function, strong hooves, metabolism, the immune system and detoxification.
Synovium Hippochol is feed for a 10-day course.
Should I give my horse anything else during a detox?
It is always important to provide horses with fresh water and 2% of its body weight in forage. Horses should be given plenty of space to move around, relax and chance to just be a horse. For optimal results of a detox, horses should have a mainly fibrous diet without large quantities of feedstuffs high in sugar and starch.
Giving your horse a break? Then why not provide extra support with Synovium Hippochol detox supplement.
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