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Have you ever added up the cost of all of the vitamins and supplements you take?  If you are taking more than one supplement or vitamin each day this cost can add up significantly and the same is true for your horse’s supplements as well.  Horse owners supplementing for deficiencies, preventative health or recovery could be spending a significant amount each month on supplements to ensure their horse’s health is at its best. But what if you could spend less on supplements yet still provide the same health benefits? Well  you can with Equine Omega Complete because the cost equals the benefit. Retailing for $97.00 for a one month’s supply for your horse, the supplement can be included in your...

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Fish Oils Facts

Doing your research and knowing how plant-based oils support your horse’s health is important. Here we provide some education about fish oils. It is important to know that all of the plant-based oils such as flax, soya, camelina, rice bran and so on, may be omega 3's however, they have to be converted in the body of the horse to be useable. Research shows this conversion process is very inefficient and only around 1% to 10% of the plant-based omega 3's are utilized.  This is why the use of fish oil has been so groundbreaking. Fish oil is made up of two specific fatty acids (DHA and EPA) that go straight to work when consumed. They do not have to...

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Understanding Omega 3's

We spend time, energy and money on researching and selecting the supplement to properly support our horses health in all the right ways. Whether looking for a supplement to specifically assist a health issue or alignment, or looking for overall health maintenance, it is important to understand how the ingredients contribute to this. Understanding elements like omega-3 fatty acids EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid), DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) and ALA (alpha-linolenic) are important in order to comprehend if these ingredients are helping overall health or targeted alignments your horse is experiencing.   Omega-3’s and Omega-6’s Omega-3’s have different sources. ALA is commonly found in vegetable oils such as flaxseed, flaxseed oils, chia seeds, leafy green vegetables, pasture, and hay.  Whereas EPA and DHA...

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