St. Hippolyt Magnesium B12
Magnesium in metabolism
Magnesium is involved in more than 300 enzymatic metabolic reactions.
It has important functions in the transmission of nerve impulses, the inhibition of stress hormones and muscle contraction.
A deficiency of magnesium can promote muscle and nerve problems, deteriorated reactivity, reluctance to work, metabolic problems and muscle stiffness can be a consequence.
Vitamins for functional nerves
Vitamin B12 plays an equally important role in metabolism.
B12 is particularly essential for nervous resilience, nervous performance, efficiency and the ability to concentrate.
It also stimulates appetite and supports feed conversion by improving mucous membrane regeneration.
A vitamin B12 deficiency can lead to increased susceptibility to stress, nervousness, reduced mental and physical resilience, exhaustion, loss of appetite and poor feed conversion.
- For stress-prone horses to increase nervous resilience.
- Improve nerve function
- To improve performance and concentration