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Superfood For Horses That Will Improve Your Horse's Health

Superfoods for horses

9/21/2021 - Superfood for horses are those nutrients and vitamins that are more effective at promoting good health than others when given in moderate to large amounts. Most of them are plant based or animal derived, though there are some minerals and vitamins that horses may need in high quantities, especially if they are very active or have a lot of stress in their life. Many natural or organic ingredients that are beneficial to the horse include: alfalfa, bilberry, borage, beets, catnip, cherries, echinacea, garlic, ginkgo biloba, horsetail, lily, manganese, niacin, phenyl oxalate, pterocarpum, pineapples, primrose oil, thistle, and walnut hulls. These all have been shown to be beneficial to horses with a wide range of equine health issues, including: hair loss, joint and tendon problems, acne, blood and urine problems, allergies, heart disease, metabolic bone disease, thyroid gland dysfunction, and immune system deficiencies. Some of these ingredients can be eaten on a daily basis, while others require a supplement. There is also evidence that adding several of these nutrients to the diet can help prevent other health issues from developing.

Some of these superfoods for horses have been found to reduce arthritis pain, bloat, and inflammation. They can be used to improve circulation, promote weight gain, and heal wounds quickly. These can be prepared as supplements or mixed in a horse's food. The most common food source is grain, although other herbs and vegetables have also been found to be beneficial. The combination of a well-balanced diet and the regular use of a quality multivitamin formula is the best way to provide your horse with the vitamins and nutrients needed for optimal health.

Echinacea is considered a superfood due to its many health benefits. It can be used to improve immunity levels, boost energy, increase fertility, treat colds and flu, and treat parasites. Echinacea has a history of use dating back to ancient times in Asia, but it was only in the United States that it began to be marketed as a dietary supplement. Echinacea is made from the root of the echinacea plant and can be taken in tablet, powder, or tea form.

Chlorogenic acid is one of the seven bioactive substances found in green tea. It can be considered a new superfood since it was not publicly known as a bioavailable source until 2021. Clinical studies have found that this compound promotes production of the human growth hormone (HGH), increases energy levels, protects the liver, and is effective in relieving allergies and inflammatory conditions. Like many of the other superfoods for horses, it is already being distributed in different forms such as in nutritional supplements and cream.

Other superfoods for horses include manganese, copper, and zinc. The founder of Superfuzion superfood company, a superfood expert can be quoted, "manganese is often used in nutritional supplements because of its ability to help improve circulation, increase energy, prevent fat buildup in the liver, and to prevent fatigue." Copper is another highly processed metal that can be found in manganese and can also be used in supplement products. A study comparing the absorption rate and retention of copper, zinc, and manganese showed that zinc was more readily absorbed when used in conjunction with copper.

A new food source that is starting to be marketed is a combination of vitamins, minerals, enzymes, and probiotics. This is an improvement over the normal processed feeds that horses are fed because these whole foods do not have to be completely pure. These whole foods are available in powder, pellet, and freeze dried versions. It is still important to purchase your horses' specific vitamins and minerals from a local feed suppliers.

Another good horse food is the mixture of whole live worms and plankton. This is a new feeding system that is being studied to see if it can provide equine health benefits similar to those seen in humans. Whole live worms have been proven to increase the ratio of red blood cells, boost the immune system, and reduce inflammation. Some studies even suggest that whole live worm therapy may be able to reverse arthritis and help heal wounds. The nutritional value of this whole food product is unknown at this time.

Other whole foods for horses that you should consider are: coconut oil, alfalfa sprouts, brassica vegetables, and probiotics. You can find complete lists of ingredients for these products on the websites for the different companies that make them. Most of these products are available at your local feed stores. When choosing a brand, however, look for one that is made entirely with whole foods and does not contain any man made additives.

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