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Equitec Pro-Flex

Equitec Pro-Flex
Pro-Flex 2Kg
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Equitec Pro Flex is a broad spectrum joint food essential for maintaining healthy cartilage, ligaments, tendons and bones.

• Supports cartilage, ligament, tendon function
• Supports hoof growth
• Supports joint mobility

What is ProFlex?

ProFlex supports the skeletal, endocrine, nervous and circulatory systems.

ProFlex provides the horse with precursors for the natural synthesis of ingredients that support normal  joint and function.

ProFlex Facts
ProFlex is not a quick fix and should be fed over a long period of time. ProFlex is not a drug and is a non toxic feed supplement.

About the Ingredients

Glucosamine is found in tendons, ligaments, synovial fluid, muscle membranes and several structures in the eye, blood vessels and heart valves. 

Methlysulphonylmethane (MSM) is a source of sulphur that is converted into an important component of connective tissue.  It may have a role in supporting normal osteo, oxidative and anit-inflammatory function.  

Lysine is an amino acid that when hydroxylated by Vitamin C, is extremely important in the structure of cartilage tissue and protein synthesis.

Vitamin C is an essential element for the formulation of the hydroxyl groups needed in cartilage synthesis. Vitamin C deficiency may result in reduced production of collagen - the protein based structure in tendons and ligaments.

Zinc is required by over 70 different enzymes to function. In this instance Zinc is used in the hydrolysis and cross linking needed for collagen formation.

The Citrus Bioflavenoid Hesperidin may support normal antioxidant function. 

Gotu Kola is a herb thought to support the integrity of blood vessels and connective tissue.

Size: 2 Kg

Pro-Flex 2Kg

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