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Equi-Vitamin E 300 g

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Equi-Vitamin E powder from Equipharma is a supplementary animal feed for horses that contains the natural d-alpha-tocopherol. This is the most active component of vitamin E. Vitamin E is an anti-oxidant, by absorbing harmful substances, this substance contributes to the natural purification of the body.

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Equi-Vitamin E powder from Equipharma is a supplementary animal feed for horses that contains the natural d-alpha-tocopherol. This is the most active component of vitamin E. Vitamin E is an anti-oxidant, by absorbing harmful substances, this substance contributes to the natural purification of the body.
The composition of Dextrose, Maltodextrin and d-alpha-tocopherol supports the muscle metabolism of the horse, so the product supports the muscles in the event of overload or intensive effort.

Equi-Vitamin E is a food supplement for horses containing d-alpha-tocopherol. This is a natural form of vitamin E, an antioxidant that helps to eliminate free radicals, thus purifying the body in a natural way.

Equi-Vitamine E contains dextrose, maltodextrin and d-alpha-tocopherol, which together support the muscle metabolism of the horse, aiding horses being trained at high levels.

Usage
Give 1 measuring spoon (= 10 grams) of the supplement per day or as recommended.
Ingredients
Compound
Dextrose, Maltodextrin

Analytical Constituents
Crude protein: 0
Crude fat: 0%
Crude ash: 0.3%
Crude fiber: 0 %

Nutritional additives per kilo
Vitamins and provitamins
Vitamin E (RRR-alpha-tocopheryl acetate – 3a700) 468,500 mg.

Equi-Vitamin E is a supplement for horses containing d-alpha-tocopherol. It supports the muscles during high-intensity exercise and improves muscle metabolism.
What does vitamin E do for a horse?
Vitamin E (Equi-Vitamin E) is a fat-soluble vitamin that acts as an important antioxidant for horses. It helps maintain a healthy immune system and supports normal nerve and muscle function. Horses need vitamin E in their diet because they cannot synthesize it endogenously in their body.

 

When a horse’s blood sample is evaluated, it is the concentration of alpha-tocopherol that is being measured. A blood sample using serum or plasma is the most readily available option for the determination of α-tocopherol deficiency. Normal reference range concentrations of alpha-tocopherol in horse plasma and serum are:

>2 μg/mL Adequate
<2 μg/mL Deficient

Only certain animals demonstrate clinical signs of neuromuscular disease even if the alpha-tocopherol deficiency exists in an entire herd of horses. The development of neuromuscular disease appears to depend upon the age of the animal when deficiency develops, the duration of alpha-tocopherol deficiency, the genetic make-up of the individual and other concurrent dietary deficiencies or excesses. In many horses, there are no apparent ill effects of an alpha-tocopherol deficiency. Therefore, a neuromuscular disorder requires signs of alpha-tocopherol deficiency and the elimination of other possible diseases.

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