During Tania Cubitt’s (Phd.) research, she found 90% of racehorses endoscopically examined showed signs of gastric ulcers. (Health and Nutrition 17/01/2015).
Due to the need for a high concentrate diet amongst race horses, and the generally stressful environment, gastric ulcers easily develop. Unlike humans, horses secrete stomach acid continuously, even when not eating. This formula regulates Ph levels, protecting the horses stomach lining by maintaining a buffer between digestive acids and the sensitive squamous cells in the stomach. We recommend this formula for horses not able to access feed on a continual basis and any showing symptoms of a gastric ulcer.
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