Phase One Metabolic Support for the Horse
Equine metabolic syndrome and insulin resistance results in impaired sugar utilization by cells, which impacts cellular function, ATP or energy production, cellular health, and natural antioxidant production.
If sugar metabolism is impaired due to insulin resistance, then another pathway has to be encouraged to regain cellular health and function. This alternate pathway is the utilization of fatty acids and ketone generation, which serve as an energy and fuel source for the cells.
Cur-OST EQ Keto Oil is a unique blend of medium chain triglycerides and long chain fatty acids, obtained from pure MCT oil, organic coconut oil, and flax seed oils. This proprietary blend of oils provides all essential medium chain triglycerides along with a healthy serving of omega-3 fatty acids, which are absorbed and used by the liver to produce ketone bodies. Ketone bodies are essential for cellular health, as they are used as an alternate fuel source by the cells, impacting all facets of health.
Ketone generation and support can help to regain lost cellular function, especially in cases of equine metabolic syndrome (EMS), polysaccharide storage myopathy (PSSM), and other muscle related conditions in the horse.
As ketones rise in your horse’s body, insulin is naturally impeded, as there is an inverse relationship. Daily usage of medium chain triglycerides assists naturally with insulin and sugar metabolism, helping to restore balance and more healthy levels.
Benefits cellular health, insulin and glucose metabolism, muscle health, skin and hoof health. Also benefits stress and mental health! Enhances natural energy and recovery! Not just for the EMS or PSSM horse. Every equine athlete benefits additionally due to improved cellular pathways for energy production, which can equate to improved body condition, stamina, and recovery!
For additional cellular support in the EMS, IR, or PSSM horse, use phase two support with Cur-OST EQ Cell Repair ATP & NRF2.
Need more insight? Read EMS in the Horse and Therapies Explained.