St HIppolyt Glucogard Special mineralization for your horse
The correct assessment of energy requirements is a difficult task for many horse owners.
A high energy intake through too much concentrated feed or even fresh grass can have fatal consequences, especially for horses that are originally adapted to meagre living conditions.
Lack of exercise and continuous overfeeding put a strain on the carbohydrate metabolism.
- For nutrient supplementation in case of metabolic disorders
- Mineral supplementation during the grazing season and in roughage-only rations
- Supports the insulin metabolism
- With natural antioxidants
For horses with overweight and metabolic disorders, a grain- and thus carbohydrate-poor diet is necessary.
However, if the horse is fed only hay and straw, the need for specific minerals and functional nutrients cannot be adequately met.
Glucogard provides a balanced spectrum of micronutrients as well as antioxidants and plant-based protective nutrients to counteract such deficiencies.
Natural nutrients from brewer’s yeast such as vitamins of the B-complex and trivalent chromium as well as minerals such as magnesium, zinc and manganese are necessary for a well-functioning sugar and insulin metabolism.
Vital substances such as vitamin E and selenium protect the body cells from antioxidative stress.
This is especially true for the hoof complex, which is particularly at risk in overweight horses.
With its plant-based protective nutrients, Glucogard can naturally contribute to maintaining the health of the hoof complex.
(e.g. as a supplement to Equigard or roughage rations)
During acute laminitis: 50 g per 100 kg body weight per day; where required, mix with water and administer orally with a syringe.
When laminitis has been overcome: 18-20 g per 100 kg body weight per day until the target weight has been reached, or permanently, if insulin function is impaired.
To support metabolism and hooves in horses prone to laminitis, during seasons, weather and other situations (grazing) with a high risk of laminitis: 18-20 g per 100 kg body weight per day, e.g. for 4-8 weeks.
1 measuring cup = 120 g
Feeding advice: For permanent sole feeding we recommend supplementing with SemperMin or SemperCube.
Brewer‘s yeast 40%, herbs (milk thistle, blueberry foliar, shepherd‘s purse, buckwheat herb, marjoram, fenugreek, anise, fennel) 28%, linseed and sunflower oil cold pressed 6%, malt-yeast-mixture, ginger, carnitine, cinnamon, salt, garlic, magnesium acetate, magnesium fumarate, calcium
carbonate (maritime and mineral), artichoke, sea algae flour, honey
Crude protein 20.0 %
Crude fat 7.5 %
Crude fibre 7.5 %
Crude ash 13.0 %
Calcium 1,0 %
Phosphorus 0.8 %
Magnesium 1.0 %
Sodium 0.9 %
Vitamin A 3a672a 50 000 IU
Vitamin D3 3a671 5 500 IU
Vitamin E 3a700 5 500 mg
Vitamin B1 3a821 100 mg
Vitamin B2 3a825i 150 mg
Vitamin B6 3a831 100 mg
Vitamin B12 / cyanocobalamin 150 mcg
Biotin 3a880 10 000 mcg
Calcium D pantothenate 3a841 140 mg
Choline chloride 3a890 2 000 mg
Niacin 3a314 150 mg
Folic acid 3a316 15 mg
Iron as iron(II) sulphate monohydrate 3b103 and
ferrous glycine chelate hydrate 3b108 150 mg
Zinc as zinc sulphate, monohydrate 3b605 and
glycine zinc chelate hydrate (solid) 3b607 2 600 mg
Manganese as manganese(II) sulphate, monohydrate 3b503 and
glycine manganese chelate hydrate 3b506 3 500 mg
Copper as copper(II) sulphate pentahydrate 3b405 and
copper(II) glycine chelate hydrate (solid) 3b413 850 mg
Cobalt as cobalt(II) carbonate 3b302 20 mg
Selenium as selenium yeast from Saccharomyces cerevisiae CNCM I-3060, inactivated 3b810 8 mg
Iodine as calcium iodate, anhydrous 3b202 1 mg
L-carnitine 3a910 25 000 mg
Diatomaceous earth (diatomaceous earth, purified) E551c 10 000 mg