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Muscle Up is a natural feed supplement, which promotes optimum muscle development in horses. It contains the plant sterol Gamma Oryzanol as well as naturally occurring tocotrienols and tocopherols. When fed daily it will provide a powerful antioxidant network and will promote muscle development, physical well being and improve overall appearance. Muscle Up contains a high concentration of Gamma Oryzanol (1200 mg per 15 ml) in an emulsion base. The emulsion base ensures maximum absorption in the gastrointestinal tract.
CAUTION: The use of this product may contravene the rules of equestrian competition. The manufacturer recommends consultation with your governing body.
Muscle-Up can be of benefit to: Weanlings, Yearlings, Breeze-Ups, Store Horses and Sport Horses.
Pre-Training: Many horses find that weak individuals may have difficulty withstanding the rigours of training. Muscle Up will benefit these horses.
Recuperating: Muscle-Up can help horses that have lost condition.
Leisure Horses: Many leisure horses can benefit from oral supplementation with Muscle-Up. Building a better outline for that winning look.
Muscle-Up can have the following benefits:
- Lean muscle mass
- Improved overall appearance and physical well-being
- Improved athleticism in the horse
- Maximise muscular development in young stock
- Improved strength
- All horses: Feed 15ml per day.
For best results it is recommended to feed MUSCLE-UP continuously for two months.
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