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Special Offer from Scientific Nutritional Products for Joint Right Supreme

Nov 01, 2013

Here at Scientific Nutritional Products we truly value all of our customers so this November, with Christmas on the horizon, we thought it was the perfect time to give a little something back to our loyal customers! This fabulous, new special offer provides £5 off a 1 kg tub of Equine Joint Right Supreme by simply entering the code JRSKILO at the checkout. This special offer is perfect for the ...

Combating Insulin Resistance with SNP

Aug 23, 2013

Insulin is a hormone that is produced by cells that are present within the pancreas. The action of insulin in the body is widespread targeting the metabolism of sugar, starches, fats, and protein and is required by most cells in the body to transport glucose across the cell membrane providing fuel and energy at a cellular level. The body’s natural response to the release of insulin is elevated ...

Beat the Bugs!

Aug 16, 2013

The late summer including the August and September months can results in our fields and pastures becoming riddled with pesky biting insects, midges and flies. This time of year seems to bring the sight of our equines tossing and flicking their heads and tails and twitching their skin to rid themselves of these pests but what can we do as dedicated horse owners to assist our equines in keeping t...

Take the Stress Out of Travelling

Aug 09, 2013

The summer competition season is in full swing , so whether you are out competing or taking part in Pony Club Camp or Riding Club activities there is plenty of fun and excitement to be had. However for our equine friends travelling can sometimes induce stress which can lead to weight loss, tiredness and a bad, upset temperament. If you horse becomes stressed whilst travelling it can be a diffic...

Keep Your Equine’s Waistline in Check!

Aug 02, 2013

Feeding horses and ponies that are prone to gaining weight can be a real puzzle for lots equine owners. Just like us some equines are the characterised by only having to look at a lush pasture to gain a few pounds, but how do we keep their waistline in check whilst providing all nutrients they need to live a healthy lifestyle? Some breeds, particularly native types are sensitive to grass which ...

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