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    The antioxidant effect of vitamin E, vitamin C and Selenium help prevent muscle acidification when training horses.

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    VITA-E-PLUS
    A dietary supplement that combines the antioxidant action of Vitamin E, Vitamin C and Selenium.

    Together with selenium, vitamin E performs an important function in the muscles, helps to prevent muscle diseases and protects body tissues from damage caused by oxidation. The antioxidant effect of vitamin E, vitamin C and selenium helps to prevent muscle acidification when training horses.

    VITA-E-PLUS contains the essential amino acid lysine, which makes young, growing animals more powerful. The addition of Lysine is important for tissue growth and repair due to its collagen-forming properties. It is concentrated in muscle tissue, promotes the absorption of calcium and ensures good bone formation.

    VITA-E-PLUS also contains essential building blocks for both stallions and broodmares and provides breeding animals with the necessary concentrations of important vitamins. Vitamin E deficiencies are common during the winter months because grassland is an excellent source of vitamin E. Sufficient pasture grazing provides much more vitamin E.

    Instructions:
    Horses in training: 50g per day.
    Broodmares and stallions: 50g per day.
    Foals and yearlings: 50g every other day

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