Platinum Performance® Equine Wellness and Performance Formula is a comprehensive nutritional foundation formula for all horses.
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Some horses require supplemental support to maintain healthy metabolic function. Platinum Metabolic Support, our most powerful metabolic support formula, contains a combination of chromium to support healthy glucose tolerance and normal blood sugar levels, and magnesium which is critical for the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats.
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Study: Following 6-8 months of supplementation with Platinum Performance® Equine and Platinum Metabolic Support formulas, horses had a 19-20 percent decrease in fasting cortisol (p < 0.05) and insulin (p = 0.052), as reported from a study conducted at Colorado State University.
Outcome: Supplementation helped maintain blood glucose levels within normal ranges in horses in this study.*
A balanced diet is important for horses with metabolic health concerns. Supplementation can help.
Omega-3 fatty acids may help support healthy glucose metabolism by optimizing cell membranes and can support healthy levels of inflammation.
Antioxidant supplementation is also key since oxidative stress is a unifying factor in the occurrence of obesity, insulin resistance and metabolic syndrome.
The minerals chromium and magnesium influence facilitation of insulin signaling, which makes them critical nutrients in glucose metabolism.
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Changes in Glucose and Insulin Following Platinum Performance® Equine Wellness and Performance Formula Supplementation in Horses with Poor Glucose Control: A pilot study Tara Hembrooke, PhD, and Ali Daniel, DVM, Alamo Pintado Center for Biological Medicine, 2008
Effects of Platinum Performance® Equine Wellness and Performance Formula Supplementation on Blood Glucose and Insulin Sina Wallace, PhD, Tara Hembrooke, PhD, University of California, Davis, 2006