A Gastrointestinal-Focused Approach to Total Horse Health
Equine gut health is not only important for proper digestion, but also immunity, as an estimated 70-80% of the immune system lives in a horse’s gastrointestinal system. This veterinary developed formula provides a gastrointestinal-focused approach to total equine health by providing omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants, vitamins, trace minerals, along with Bio-Sponge®, prebiotics, probiotics and glutamine for GI support.
Platinum Colic Coverage® Eligible Formula
The health of the equine gut is correlated to not only general digestive well-being but has far-reaching implications in significant areas of health including immunity, metabolism, gastrointestinal function and more.
Platinum Performance® GI is a proprietary blend of vitamins, trace minerals, amino acids, antioxidants, omega-3s, probiotics, prebiotics and more—to support your horse in many ways, from digestion to joint health and everything in between.
Prebiotics nourish the “good” bacteria in the gut and support the digestion of fiber, while probiotics are important for absorption of nutrients and feed efficiency. Probiotics are also supportive for horses that tend to have loose stool.
An estimated 70-80% of the entire immune system resides in the gut. Nourishing beneficial bacteria can help support a healthy gut barrier and microflora balance.
2 level scoops (147g) daily; give 2 scoops at one daily feeding or give 1 scoop at two daily feedings. Servings based on average horse weight of 1,000 lbs.
Platinum Performance® GI is a veterinary-developed formula that provides a gastrointestinal focus to total horse health. View this video to learn about all the benefits Platinum Performance® GI can bring to your horse and why the health of the gut is so important to overall health.
Platinum Gastric Support® helps maintain a healthy mucosal barrier, healthy gastric acid levels in the stomach, and normal healthy levels of mucosal inflammation. This formula is recommended for performance horses, foals experiencing stress from weaning, and any horse prone to gastric health issues.
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