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Cavalor Muscle Motion - the first step towards healthy muscle function.
Replaces Cavalor Muscle Liq with an enhanced formulation.
During training and competition, by-products such as lactic acid and free radicals are produced and these may harm the muscle cells. By reducing the damaging effects of this waste, Cavalor Muscle Motion prevents acidification and keeps the horse supple.
A powder to be used daily when the horse is in training.
- Minerals such as sulphur, magnesium and manganese
- Vitamin B1, B2 and B12
- Betaine Hydrochloride / Dimethlyglycine DMG
- Sodium Bicarbonate
Feeding Rate Information
|Feeding Rate||15 g twice daily|
|Pack Size||1 or 5 Kg|
|Pack Lasts||33 | 166 days|
|Max Daily Rate||120 g per day|
Powerful antioxidant mix with synergetic effect
Vitamin E, together with selenium is one of the best-known ingredients for a muscle supplement. In addition to these antioxidants, Cavalor Muscle Motion also contains vitamin C, beta-carotene and bioflavonoids which protect the cells against free radicals. By combining different antioxidants, Cavalor Muscle Motion not only has a stronger effect, the dose of selenium can also be restricted. However, high levels of selenium are toxic. In addition, the antioxidants have different modes of action which protect the muscles at both intracellular and extracellular levels.
Buffers for the prevention of acidification and muscle damage
Cavalor Muscle Motion contains betaine, a precursor of dimethylglycine, which primarily ensures oxygen is efficiently transported to the muscles so that less lactate is produced and stored.
Zinc, added under a chelated form, accelerates lactate breakdown, while sodium bicarbonate as a buffer also contributes to efficient muscle recovery. By neutralising lactate and restoring the acid-base balance, it prevents muscle acidification and stiffness.
Supporting muscle cells for a flexible and healthy muscle activity Minerals such as sulphur (S), magnesium (Mg) and manganese (Mn) reduce muscle tension and improve muscle flexibility and endurance. The form in which they are added is easy to absorb for the horse.
An example of this is methylsulfonylmethane (MSM). Although MSM is mainly known for its beneficial effects for joints, it also contributes to the proper functioning of the muscles. MSM relaxes the muscles, acts as an antioxidant and stimulates the blood circulation. In this way MSM supports the breakdown of waste products and eliminates them from the body.
In addition, a complex of B vitamins, including vitamins B1, B2 and B12 provides improved carbohydrate metabolism, nerve transfer and oxygen supply to the muscles.