Applied equine nutrition and training: Equine NUtrition by Arno Lindner

By Arno Lindner

The content material of this publication arises from the Equine nutrients convention - perform (ENUCO) 2007. the aim of the convention is to provide scientifically demonstrated useful tricks and state-of-the-art wisdom on equine foodstuff and coaching. the subjects handled during this ebook are: information on equine meals, education and drugs (2005-06); noteworthy alterations to the pony foodstuff requisites by way of the nationwide examine Council of united states; relevance and standardization of the phrases Glycaemic Index and Glycaemic reaction; the function of foodstuff in colic; using herbs within the administration of hyperadrenocorticism and different hormonal illnesses of horses; analysis and administration of insulin resistance and equine metabolic syndrome (EMS) in horses; and food-allergy in horses

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Anim. Sci. 84(Suppl. 1):393. K. D. I. , 2006. Bee pollen product supplementation to horses in training seems to improve feed intake: a pilot study. J. Anim. Phys. Anim. Nutr. 90:414-420. Objectives To determine the efficacy of supplementation of Dynami Trio 50/50, a bee pollen-based product, to improve physical fitness, blood leukocyte profiles, and nutritional variables in exercised horses. Why chosen Many supplements have been sold to the equine community for years without any testing to determine efficacy in horses.

Anim. Phys. Anim. Nutr. 90:414-420. Objectives To determine the efficacy of supplementation of Dynami Trio 50/50, a bee pollen-based product, to improve physical fitness, blood leukocyte profiles, and nutritional variables in exercised horses. Why chosen Many supplements have been sold to the equine community for years without any testing to determine efficacy in horses. While testimonials often exist, scientists generally dismiss anecdotal evidence that does not have scientific data to back it.

The process by which bone repairs itself involves both osteoblastic and osteoclastic activity to replace damaged or old bone. If osteoclastic activity is reduced, then it is likely that the quality of bone may be reduced as damaged material is left in place. Thus, simply increasing the amount of mineral present may not reflect a bone better prepared to handle the rigors of racing and could potentially result in a greater injury rate. While there is no guarantee that such is the case, future studies would need to examine this to be certain that feeding milk basic protein is not setting a horse up for injury.

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