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Chia promotes natural well-being and can supplement the horse's daily feed.

Chia seeds contain more omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids in an ideal balance than any other herbal product. Omega fatty acids lubricate the skin and the skin resistance of the horse and ensure a shiny coat! Omega fatty acids are also good for normal and healthy joint function and connective tissue, and also for pregnant mares.

Chia is low in sugar and starch and therefore also suitable for horses and ponies that are prone to laminitis. A low sugar level can have a positive effect on the bowel functions. Chia is high in fiber, which is good for the horse's digestive process. It is believed that feeds with low starch and sugar content will be useful for horses with gastric ulcers, insulin resistance, horse metabolic syndrome and gastrointestinal problems. A high-fiber, low-starch feed can have positive effects on horses with gastrointestinal disorders.

Chia gels easily and forms a film in the intestine that slows the absorption of carbohydrates, supports the normal functions of the body's sugar balance and supports intestinal health. The absorbent properties of chia ensure a perfect balance of fluids and electrolytes. Chia can also be used to remove sand from the intestines. Chia is rich in essential amino acids, minerals and vitamins (A, B1, B2, B3, E).

Content 0.35 kilograms (€ 22.71 / 1 kilogram)

Content 3.0 kilograms (€ 10.32 / 1 kilogram)

Content 6.0 kilograms (€ 9.99 / 1 kilogram)

Content 9.0 kilograms (€ 9.99 / 1 kilogram)

Chia de Gracia CHIA seeds

  • Horses: 500 kg: 0.5 to 1.5 dl per day. (40 - 120 g)

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