Equitop Pronutrin for horses
Pronutrin maintains the integrity of the gastric mucosa in stressed horses, It stabilises and regenerates the protection against aggressive gastric acids and at the same time prevents an excess of gastric acid in the stomach.
Equitop Pronutrin maintains the integrity of the gastric mucosa in stressed horses
Equitop Pronutrin contains proto-pectin fibres derived from apples wheat fibre pea fibre and citrus fruits phospholipid glycerol and natural flavours.
Equitop Pronutrin maintains the integrity of the gastric mucosa in stressed horses. Pectin prevents the increase of gastric acid and stabilises the natural balance of the stomach mucous layer while the lecithin / glycerine components strengthen the hydrophobic protective layer of the gastric mucosa. It stabilises and regenerates the protection against the aggressive gastric acids and at the same time prevents an excess of gastric acid in the stomach.
Scientific studies have proved the positive effect of supplementing the feed with Pronutrin. If one or more of the above symptoms lead you to suspect (or gastroscopy proves) that the horse suffers from lack of nutrients for natural protection of the gastric mucosa and when all other causes of these symptoms have been eliminated a Pronutrin diet is recommended. Pronutrin can also be used routinely to help against relapses or before situations that may require benefit from the nutrients found in Pronutrin to support the natural protection of the gastric mucosa. Horses can benefit from Pronutrin when a high performance level is required during training or competition when feeding high levels of concentrates when the feed is reduced or the horse refuses to eat when the feeding intervals are too long when the hay quality is poor and when changing from one type of feed to another. Other factors such as frequent or long transports weaning of foals rank conflicts in the herd and operations and diseases (especially colic) are also times when the use of Pronutrin may be of benefit.
Standard feeding is 50g per 100kg of bodyweight daily for a minimum of 28 days (scoop included measures 50g)
One container is sufficient for an average sized horse for 14 days.