With the Eventing season upon us it is time to get organised and make sure your equine kit contains Electrolytes with MSM and Vitamins; crucial for your horse's recovery after competing. When travelling, competing, in hot and humid environments or when stressed, your horse sweats! This action of sweating is actually beneficial as it allows our horses to reduce their body temperature as the sweat is absorbed by the atmosphere, cooling the body. However equine sweat is isotonic which means their sweat contains salts, known as minerals, including sodium, potassium, magnesium and chloride and the losses of these minerals can cause tiredness, muscle stiffness, dehydration and in severe cases equine colic. When exercising intensely a horse can lose up to 15 litres of sweat per day so it is clear to see with such considerable losses it is vital to replenish our equines depleted stores of both water and lost body salts. Electrolytes with MSM and Vitamins can be added to the feed of our horses after strenuous exercise or a stressful environment. The product brought to you by Horse Supplements Direct was designed by Scientific Nutritional Products in order to optimise natural recovery time after hard work. Electrolytes with MSM and Vitamins replaces vital body fluids lost through sweating correcting the balance of electrolytes and water within the body. The useful addition of MSM and extra vitamins gives your horse or pony the extra boost he needs by ensuring the right nutrients are available. When feeding electrolytes it is absolutely imperative to always provide ample water for your equine in accompaniment to the supplement. Electrolytes with MSM & Vitamins is available from the website www.horsesupplementsdirect.co.uk or to receive one-to-one advice specific to your horse contact our nutritional specialist Peter Fishpool on FREEPHONE 0800 032 7774
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