Drastically Reduce A Leading Contributing Factor To Your Horse’s Aging and Disease

Is Oxidative Stress Really Connected To Your Horse’s Health? A reoccurring theme in much of the research currently available on PubMed in studies done with horses continues to show evidence that oxidative stress plays a role in many of the diseases our horses are faced with today (PMID:  26682006 ,  30297648 ,  15147129  are just a few). Simply put oxidative...

Activating Your Horse’s Skin Health & Vitality

Boosting the resilience of your horse’s coat of armor Your horse’s skin communicates far more than you might realize. It’s the outer defense and one of the largest elimination organs in the body. Protecting and serving the health and vitality of your horse’s skin should be a priority for all horse owners. It’s just as important as nutrition, digestive health...

Oxidative Stress and Allergies

Reading between the lines & gathering the why behind the what Back when I first heard of Nrf2 activation and how the product we utilize is proven to reduce oxidative stress by 40% in 30 days, I was over the moon ecstatic, and blown away.  But that’s because, in my line of focus and work, I had a strong foundation and understanding of the impact oxidative str...

Do you need a personal parasite control plan?

Our focus on effective  parasite control for your horse  and  your dog  might lead you to question… Is there a need for parasite control for yourself? It certainly isn’t a common topic but one that should be considered for your overall health and wellbeing.  You might wonder how you could possibly contract parasites. You likely don’t live in a region where t...

Are You Controlling or Treating Parasite with Your Dog?

The question we're exploring today is are you currently controlling or treating parasites? You might wonder is there a difference? And why should you care to know it? The reality is there is a clear distinction between parasite treatment and parasite control! And if your intention is to implement the most effective natural care for your dog then you will wan...

Are You Controlling or Treating Parasites with Your Horse?

The question we're exploring today is are you currently controlling or treating parasites? You might wonder is there a difference? And why should you care to know it? The reality is there is a clear distinction between parasite treatment and parasite control! And if your intention is to implement the most effective natural care for your horse then you will w...

A Contributor to Stomach Ulcers in Horses

A Lesser Known Significant Contributor to Equine Gastric Ulcers Endoscopic studies of horses have revealed up to 90% of racehorses and up to 60% of performance horses suffer from equine gastric ulcers. I don’t know about you, but that’s a shocking statistic! However, it’s not only our elite equine athletes that are at risk. Stomach ulcers may also occur in u...

My Horse is Coughing – Why?

How Oxidative Stress May Be the Hidden Culprit Behind Your Horse’s Respiratory Concerns My horse is coughing, why? Unlike other common health conditions that affect our horses, coughing is often difficult to identify the cause of. The truth is, there are a number of infectious and non-infectious respiratory diseases that may be to blame. However, what you ma...

Activate the Natural Defense to the Root Cause of Arthritis

Osteoarthritis is a painful disease that causes the cartilage in joints to wear down. Ultimately this is a condition that affects us, our horses, and our dogs! It’s estimated that this condition affects more than 27 million Americans, and it gets worse with age. According to Horse Journals, it’s estimated that a staggering 60 percent of all equine lameness i...

A Breakthrough for Equine Laminitis

New Discoveries for Treating Laminitis in Horses With equine laminitis, equine metabolic syndrome, PPID, horse founder, and more all being on the rise, as horse owners we are always seeking new treatments for laminitis in horses and all of the metabolic-related conditions that are like it. We already discussed the undeniable link of oxidative stress to these...

The Hidden Connection to Cushings Syndrome, Laminitis, and More…

Revealing the Link of Equine Metabolic Conditions Like Laminitis… Metabolic imbalance in horses has been on the rise for many years now. The general term of Equine Metabolic Disease is often utilized and can include varying stages of Cushings syndrome, Pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction (PPID), insulin resistance (IR), hypothyroidism, founder, or laminiti...

PSSM in Horses – What You Need to Know

Understanding PSSM in Horses When a horse frequently accumulates glycogen in his or her muscle fibers, it’s possible the horse is experiencing a condition commonly referred to as either Equine Polysaccharide Storage Myopathy (EPSM) or (PSSM). Signs or symptoms of EPSM in horses can include muscle stiffness, muscle cramping, resistance to moving, inability to...

5 Reasons to Choose Chia Seed as a Horse Supplement

Promoting Health By Selecting Chia Seeds As A Horse Supplement- It’s hard to find an all-in-one horse supplement… but one of our team’s favorite go-to options for natural supplementation is chia seeds… Have you tried them with your horse yet?? The chia seed has amazing nutritional value in a tiny package! Some might select chia seeds when looking for horse s...