Vitamin B12 with Folic Acid and Inulin. Feed supplement for horses.
Good blood counts are essential for a horse to perform at its best on the racetrack. One of the roles of blood is to transport oxygen from the lungs to the body tissue. The iron bound to the haemoglobin in the red blood cells gives blood its colour and haemoglobin binds oxygen and transports it around the body. Normally a horse’s feed contains enough iron to satisfy the horse’s needs, but the horse may need help absorbing it.
If you need to improve the horse’s blood count, you can either add extra iron or add nutrients to help the uptake of iron from the daily food and promote the production of red blood cells. The latter is the better option for horses undergoing hard training.
Folic Acid and vitamin B12 are water-soluble vitamins.
Evidence of Folic Acid’s importance in the production of blood was already shown back in the 1940s.
Folic Acid (Vitamin B9) is needed for the production of protein, for the cells’ metabolism and manufacture of DNA.
Vitamin B12 is needed to produce protein, it is important for the heart and function of the nervous system as well as for the production of various signal substances and the manufacture of DNA. Vitamin B12 and Folic Acid also work together in the formation of red blood cells.
Inulin is a metabolic dietary fibre (prebiotic) that promotes healthy intestinal flora, essential for an effective uptake of iron.
Feed supplement for horses. Vitamin B12 with Folic Acid and prebiotics.
AREA OF APPLICATIONS
Feed supplement used, among other things, as preparation before important competitions Better Blood is a quality product manufactured under laboratory control.
1 measured dose=13 g, mixed in feed
ITEM NUMBER & VOLUME
0916 – 400 g