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Cavalor Muscle Fit

Cavalor North America
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Description

Given to horses with cramped muscles and for support after intensive physical effort, Cavalor Muscle Fit horse supplement takes only 2 days to cure muscle stiffness and soreness.

Key Benefits

  • Improves feed: Complementary feed to be used before and after intense efforts to obtain optimal muscle fitness/flexibility.
  • Includes antioxidants: Enriched with isolated whey proteins, an immuno-compound that aids muscle performance.
  • Counteracts acid: Contains nutritional elements that counteract the production of acid. Breaks down and removes accumulated acid quickly, even under strenuous conditions.
  • Versatile: Equine supplement ideal for aged horses, horses in training, or fed with a high sugar ration.
  • Horse vitamin and mineral supplement: Includes a mixture of vitamins (E, B1, B2, B12, B15), minerals, herbs, amino acids, sulfur precursors, antioxidants, and more.
  • FEI clean sport guarantee when used as indicated.
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Feeding Instructions

Add 2 days before the competition until 1 day after the competition daily 30 g to the feed. In case of sore muscles, give 30 g/ day for 30 days. 1 measure = 15 g. Maximum 120 g per horse per day.

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Guaranteed Analysis

(Per 1 Kilogram)

MSM 3,0%
Manganese (min): 1,650 mg
Vitamin b2: 1,600 mg
Vitamin e: 42,234 IU
Vitamin c: 39,008 mg
Bethaine hydrochloride / DMG: 104,811 mg
Bicarbonate of soda: 7.0%
Lysine: 7.0%
Magnesium (mg): 2.5%
Vitamin B1: 1,600 mg
Vitamin B12: 20 mg
Selenium (se): 10 mg
Whey proteins: 15%
Zinc (zn): 1031 mg
Sodium tripolyphosphate: 15.0%
Methionine: 6.5%

Ingredients

Vitamin E, Vitamin C, Vitamin B, Selenium, MSM, Whey Protein Isolate, Organic Minerals, Lysine, and Methionine.

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