Tips on Equine Digestion and Nutrition
One of my new favorite nutritional supplement ingredients is BeneCell™. I had never heard of BeneCell™ or the term nucleotide prior to finding the products I use now. To say the least, I have been blown away by the results and benefits.
My guess is you haven't heard of it yet either… So this post will cover why you may want to add BeneCell™ to your horse supplement list.
What is BeneCell™?
BeneCell™ is a scientifically proven, proprietary product containing balanced and purified nucleotides. A nucleotide is one of the structural components or building blocks of DNA. They are an essential part of virtually every cellular process. Including when cells reproduce, multiply, and divide; a process known as cell proliferation. One single cell division requires approximately 4 billion nucleotides! When horses are healthy, nucleotides naturally occur, but during times of stress, illness, and injury it can improve your horse's health to supplement with nucleotides.
What Benefits Can You Expect to See from BeneCell™?
- GI Tract maintenance and balance
- Promote the immune system strength and speed recovery
- Increase stamina
- Enhances antibody and beneficial bacteria reproduction
- Increased oxygenation of cells
Don't Allow Dangerous Digestive Problems Linger-
In my content, I share the story of supporting my mare through health concerns, naturally, after traditional methods had failed and euthanasia became the only recommendation veterinarians had for her. Part of our mission has to do with the success I had in helping her, and wanting that for your horse…
The reality is Pokey had been “telling” me for years that there was a concern, but sadly the vets and other equine professionals and mentors I had at the time told me the things I noticed were no big deal! So I created a free pdf guide that shares 10 Tell Tale Signs Your Horse May Be Suffering From Dangerous Digestive Problems. Click Here to download your copy today.
Pokey struggled with #3 on this list for years and yet I was told she was just lazy and it was a training/behavioral problem. Don't let others misguide you or silence what your horse wants you to know.
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