Atcom Osteo Plus 3kg

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Article code 100121
EAN 4260259290850

Especially with young horses, a needs-based supply of calcium is essential. Calcium is responsible for sufficient mineralization of the skeleton. Conversely, older horses suffer from signs of wear on the bone skeleton and therefore increased calcium supplements have also proved very useful. Also in horses with problems of bone structures, e.g. Bone cysts, fractures or even with deficits of the teeth, an increased calcium supplement is advisable to compensate for the increased consumption of the organism. The same applies to pregnant and lactating mares. Here, the calcium requirement increases during pregnancy through the foal growing in the womb and during lactation due to the increased release of calcium through the milk strongly. However, it should be noted that calcium and phosphorus are closely related.
For this reason, ATCOM OSTEO-PLUS also contains phosphorus. Since vitamin D3 is responsible for calcium uptake and bone deposition, it was also added to ATCOM OSTEO PLUS. Vitamin K1 is important for the production of the protein osteocalcin formed in the bone-forming cells. This causes calcium accumulation in the bones. Here in the ATCOM OSTEO PLUS we rely on the natural vitamin K1 sources grape seeds and wheat germ.

Special features of ATCOM OSTEO PLUS

Optimizes the calcium supply,
Can positively influence the bone and tooth structure
Contains highly available calcium and vitamin D3
Enriched with grape seeds and wheat germ as natural vitamin K sources
Ideally suited:

For young horses to optimize the calcium supply
For older horses, to improve bone structure
As a coordinated calcium supply for convalescent horses after diseases of the bony structures
For pregnant and lactating mares to meet the increased needs

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