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What is chromium yeast?

What is chromium yeast?

Chromium Yeast is an excellent source of chromium that helps support healthy glucose tolerance and normal blood sugar levels. This is beneficial in horses that require support to maintain normal metabolic function and a healthier body composition.

What is Platinum Performance for?

Platinum Performance® Equine Wellness is a veterinarian-developed formula, delivering omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants, vitamins and trace minerals to support every aspect of horse health and performance including joints, muscles, hooves, skin & coat, digestion, and much more.

What does chromium do for a horse?

Chromium mobilizes more blood glucose into tissue allowing for improved performance based on each individual animal’s hierarchy of needs. Through this maximization of cell glucose utilization, chromium supplementation can result in improved health and performance – thereby maximizing the enjoyment of owning a horse.

What is organic chromium yeast?

Chromium yeast is the product resulting form the fermentation of saccharomyces cerevisiae with salts of chromium. It is a nutritional animal feed supplement formulated to prevent and/or correct chromium deficiency in animal.

What are the side effects of chromium?

Side effects. There have been some reports of chromium causing occasional irregular heartbeats, sleep disturbances, headaches, mood changes, and allergic reactions. Chromium may increase the risk of kidney or liver damage. If you have kidney or liver disease, do not take chromium without talking to your doctor first.

Where does chromium yeast come from?

It is found naturally in foods, but particularly high amounts are found in yeast cells.

What does Platinum Performance do for horses?

Developed in veterinary practice, it provides extensive joint support with ASU, hyaluronic acid, cetyl-myristoleate, MSM and glucosamine for joint health. It includes Platinum Performance® Equine to support every part of the horse from digestion, skin & coat, hooves, and more.

What do you feed insulin resistant horses?

Select hay with a low level of soluble carbohydrates for the IR horse. Small grain hays such as oat and ryegrass have much greater sugar content than other grass hays like timothy and orchard grass.

Does chromium reduce weight?

Normal dietary intake of chromium in humans and farm animals is often suboptimal. In addition to its effects on glucose, insulin, and lipid metabolism, chromium has been reported to increase lean body mass and decrease percentage body fat, which may lead to weight loss in humans.

What does chromium do to your body?

It might help keep blood sugar levels normal by improving the way the body uses insulin. People use chromium for chromium deficiency. It is also used for diabetes, high cholesterol, athletic performance, bipolar disorder, and many other purposes, but there is no good scientific evidence to support most of these uses.

How long can a horse stay on bio sponge?

If there is no noticeable improvement within 7 days, it’s recommended to discontinue use. If there is improvement but the intestinal disturbance hasn’t resolved, continue administering Bio-Sponge until the loose stool has subsided.

Can a horse get too much zinc?

The estimated upper tolerable limit is 500 mg/kg feed, or 5000 mg per day. Toxicity might occur in industrial areas where pasture grasses contain very high levels of zinc. Growing animals are more sensitive to excess zinc and may develop lameness, swollen joints, or poor bone growth.

Can horse insulin resistance be reversed?

Many horses respond well to management through diet and exercise. Horses that are “easy-keepers” or have persistently high insulin levels can be more challenging to manage and may require medical treatments. Although proper treatment can reduce clinical signs, there is no “cure” for EMS.

Is alfalfa good for insulin-resistant horses?

A: Alfalfa can be an excellent addition to most horses’ diets, even for those that are insulin resistant (IR). I often recommend feeding it because it boosts the overall protein quality of a grass-hay diet and, in general, enhances the horse’s muscle tone, immune system and overall health.

Can too much magnesium hurt a horse?

Magnesium deficiency and excess in horses Excessive magnesium will be excreted in the urine, but overdoses have been linked to decreased calcium and phosphorus uptake, compromised intestinal integrity, heart conduction problems and renal trouble, so it’s important not to over supplement.