Basics Electrolytes

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DiCalcium Phosphate 10,000 mgs The neutral Ph contributes to the buffering action to relieve upset stomach and reduces lactic acid build-up. Sodium Citrate 5000 mgs, Sodium Chloride 5000 mgs A scientifically proven acrogenic aid for anaerobic performance specifically acting as an effective buffering agent. Potassium Phosphate 2000 mgs Is the main mineral (electrolyte) found in cells, important to muscle contraction in the heart and skeletal muscles, also aids in the transmission of nerve impulses. Magnesium Oxide 4000 mgs & Calcium Citrate 2000 mgs these two elements should be administered at the same time. Magnesium governs the bio-availability and bioactivity of calcium. Deficiencies are likely on all un-supplemented diets for horses that exercise heavily. Magnesium helps absorb calcium, phosphorus, sodium and potassium. It is necessary for the B vitamins, especially thiamine, to be utilized. A deficiency interferes with the transmission of nerve and muscle impulses causing nervousness. Magnesium is considered to be an anti-stress mineral. It functions to relax skeletal muscles as well as the smooth muscle of blood vessels. Fructose & Apple flavor.

Directions for use: Hard working horses: 1/2 scoop (33 g) daily

Peak performance horses: 1/2 scoop 1 – 2 hours prior to exercise and 1/2 scoop after exercise when horse is cool

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