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1kg PEPTINE PRO Collagen for Horses


Retail: R670

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Collagen is the most abundant protein found in the animal. It is the principal building block in the vascular and digestive systems, skin, tendons, cartilage and connective tissue and is a critical component of muscle and bone structure. Hydrolysis introduces hydrogen and oxygen to break down the structure into Collagen Peptides which makes it more bioavailable.

Improves Circulation - Collagen is known to strengthen blood vessels and improve their elasticity. It does this by fortifying the blood vessels to improve their circulation throughout 

Promotes Healing - Collagen is required to mend and rebuild connective tissue damage which helps maintain healthy muscles, skin, gums and joints. It also strengthens the structure of bones, tendons, cartilage, and ligaments 

Relieves Joint Pain - Inflammation in the joints can cause poor mobility and severe pain - Collagen is known to increase the joint mobility and reduce pain caused by inflammation while also encouraging extra cell growth

Treats Gut Issues - Collagen helps to soothe the gut lining, healing damaged cell walls and infusing them with restorative amino acids - improving ulcers. The significant digestive benefit of consuming collagen is that it helps form connective tissue and therefore “heals and seals” the fragile lining of the gastrointestinal tract

Weight Management in Horses - Research has shown that collagen protein peptides are even more satiating than other protein types

Improves Mane, Coat and Hoof Quality 

Product Features
  • Recommended Dosage per Day: Mix into feed 35-45g / 4-6 TBSP
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Preservative Free
  • Dairy-Free
  • Sugar-Free
  • Fat-Free
  • Gluten-Free
  • Expiry Date: September 2022
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