Whole Food Nutrients to Support Optimal Equine health. Supports Healthy Hindgut Microbial Balance, Digestion and Cellular Health! No additives, preservatives or artificial flavoring.
Cur-OST EQ Rejuvenate
A true whole food nutritional supplement to support a balanced diet and cellular health, while promoting hindgut microbial balance with a concentrated Hops extract and brewer’s yeast.
Nutrition is the key to overall health, soundness and performance in the equine athlete. In many instances, the diet is lacking in vital protein and micronutrients. Ideally, we want to provide these nutrients in their natural form, which are better absorbed and utilized by the body due to naturally occurring cofactors present in the food source.
The EQ Rejuvenate provides a natural blend of Alfalfa, Spirulina, Pea Protein, Red Clover, Red Spinach, Aniseed, Flax, Brewer’s yeast and a concentrated Hops extract.
Hindgut health plagues many horses, contributing to gastric and hindgut ulcers, diarrhea, irritability and even inflammation and immune related conditions. Research has indicated that in many metabolic patients with laminitis, there is an overgrowth of Lactobacillus species bacteria which may be contributing to hindgut concerns and even leaky gut syndrome.
The use of Hops has been demonstrated to help reduce Lactobacillus populations, potentially minimizing their impact on hindgut acidosis and other health related conditions. Saccharomyces cerevesiae or brewer’s yeast, has also been shown to aid in stabilizing the hindgut bacterial population, minimizing fluctuations associated with stressful situations.
Cur-OST EQ Rejuvenate is helpful in promoting health in a variety of conditions, through the provision of nutrients in their natural form to aid in cellular health and repair, but also by supporting hindgut health and balance.
The perfect supplement for any regimen. Supports body condition, performance, hooves, skin, muscle development, hindgut and overall health, through provision of nutrients in their natural form for easy digestion and assimilation.