Electrolytes are a critical factor in regulating muscle function, fluid balance and rehydration. A deficiency of electrolytes can result in skeletal muscle dysfunction and severe metabolic disturbances.
With intense and prolonged exercise, training, heat and humidity, the body’s demand for rehydration is not always satisfied by the regular diet.
The Equifox electrolyte gel is a balanced electrolyte supplement, specifically formulated for administration before and during a race/competition. It buffers gastric acid and coats the stomach mucosa, thereby preventing gastric burn. It also aids in metabolic support during strenuous exercise, decreasing the risk of muscular fatigue, cramping and dehydration. For endurance events administer 50ml orally just before the start of the race and repeat hourly during the ride. For transport and normal competition administer 50ml before transporting, 50ml on arrival and 50ml after competition. Includes one clear 60ml syringe. Sizes: 500ml.
Pre-biotics- which enhance the growth of beneficial gut bacteria and inhibit the growth of pathogenic bacteria. Keeps the pro-biotic bacteria alive and growing.
Encapsulated live yeast (saccharomyces cervisae) which improves the digestion of crude fibre, the absorption of minerals and the production and absorption of B vitamins.
Enzymes- to improve the digestion of cereal and soybean feeds.
Vitamins and Minerals.
Supplements the growth of bones, joints, tendons and ligaments, especially after injury
Used in the body for healthy connective tissue, joint function, proper enzyme activity and hormone balance, along with the correct function of the immune system
Helps improve problems like skin allergies, skin inflammation and gastric problems
Equitop Myoplast is a high quality feed supplement designed to support the muscle structure of your horse. The mixture contains algae powder and provides your horses muscles with 18 amino acids in a unique composition, thereby supporting the physiological formation and functioning of the muscles during intensive training periods.