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 Amino Boost
A proprietary blend of vital amino acids designed to benefit equine at every stage of Life and Need.
There are three categories of Amino Acids, essential, non-essential and conditionally essential. The essential are those which cannot be made in the body. Non-essential are made from amino acids and other compounds in the body and do not have to be supplied by the diet. Conditionally essential are those used when their supply in the body is depleted due to circumstances such as rapid growth, illness or heavy work load.
Equine Amino Boost includes the following:

Must be sufficient to assure synthesis of other Amino Acids

L-Lysine:

    • When deficient in animals can limits protein synthesis.
    • Important in metabolism and a healthy nervous system.
    • Helps break down fat used for energy.
    • Involved in making collagen and elastin necessary for healthy skin, tendons, ligaments and cartilage.
    • Critical component of muscle protein.
    • Supports immune system by helping fight viral and bacterial infections.
    • Necessary if horses have limited forage or fresh grasses in diet.

L-Methionine:

    • Gives hooves and hair coat strong structure.
    • Regulates gene expression and protein function, essential for all cells.
    • Ensures energy currency of cells.
    • Supports nervous system.
    • Makes lipid (oil) that help support energy, nutrient intake, protective gut lining, neurologic and brain function and post exercise recovery.

L-Threonine:

    • Supports gut health for optimal metabolism and nutrient absorption.
    • Makes protective mucus barrier between acidic gut and cells of stomach and intestine.
    • Heals wounds and treats stress.
    • Aids in healthy immune function.
    • Assists energy production.
    • Supports healthy body condition.

Building blocks for all life form

L-Leucine:

      • Stimulates protein synthesis to help muscle building, recovery and growth.
      • Involved in making hemoglobin which aids in body tissue receiving oxygen to include muscle.
      • Diminish perception of pain.
      • Maintains blood glucose levels during exercise to support muscle endurance.
      • Enhance topline development.
      • Important for maintenance of healthy cell membranes.

L-Isoleucine:

    • Energy reservoir: Stamina to sustain prolonged physical exertion.
    • Immune system fortification: Can fortify defenses for stress, ensuring peak health.
    • Performance enhancement: Could be a catalyst for elevating equine athletic performance.
    • Accelerated muscle recovery:

L-Valine:

    • Needed for muscle metabolism, coordination, contraction. tissue repair and a proper nitrogen balance in the body.
    • Immune system fortification.
    • Muscle recovery and growth.
    • Energy and endurance: Combats fatigue, allowing horses to maintain their stamina and endurance throughout their performance.

L-Arginine:

    • Contributes to wound healing and healthy skin/hair.
    • Fortifies immune system functioning and waste removal.
    • Boosts exercise endurance.
    • Combined with L-Lysine can have beneficial impact of anxiety symptoms.
    • Supports reproductive health.

L-Glutamine: Some call it the superfood food Amino Acid

    • Post-exercise recovery.
    • Glutamine can be lost in sweat during intensive training and must be supplied by the diet.