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    Used with big  effort cause decomposition of lactic acid in the muscles
    …Improves performance & endurance. Relieves muscle fatigue by reducing lactic acid formation.
    If a horse has a big wound, you can immediately see a hole and take appropriate action. If a horse has muscle pain, it is more difficult to detect and therefore start appropriate treatment. 
    Humans are often all too aware when they have overexerted themselves, ending up with sore muscles. We know when we need, at the very least, a hot bath, if not some painkillers or physiotherapy. Unfortunately, a horse cannot explain aches and pains, but if it has muscle pain, this will affect its ability to work properly. 
    Your horses’ muscles make up 60% of his body weight,and are responsible for movement and healthy functioning of the body.
    Sores  are the result of disturbances in the metabolism, that is showed with  the paralysis of nerve fibers, mainly in the muscles of the back andrump. Sores  are caused by breakdown of carbohydrates in the muscles. The result is a residual lactic acid in the muscles and impedingregeneration.
    Fat cells produce inflammatory molecules called cytokines, which disrupt normal insulin action. The more cytokines your horse produces, the more insulin resistant he becomes, leading to more fat storage, creating a vicious cycle.
    Inflammation leads to the production of volatile, damaging molecules known as free radicals. Free radicals are missing an electron and will go on a rampage, literally destroying tissues in its path, to obtain what it needs, creating still more inflammation, disease, and a lessened ability to fight infections.Antioxidants ease inflammation
    Antioxidants neutralize free radicals by giving up their own electrons. These protective nutrients are either produced by the body or can be provided in the diet. Common antioxidants include vitamins C, E, and beta carotene, all found in fresh, healthy grasses. In the case where the horse’s body is experiencing high levels of inflammation (as with Metabolic Syndrome), the need for antioxidant supplementation becomes greater.
    Chart of Common areas of a horse that may form muscle spasms.
    A Major Antioxidant
    Lipoic acid and carnitine are two popular nutritional supplements that are often combined in nutritional supplements. Carnitine is an amino acid used in energy production, and lipoic acid is an antioxidant. When used together, lipoic acid and carnitine may enhance energy and memory while reducing the effects of oxidization, and so they are frequently combined for sports performance and anti-aging supplements.
    Alpha Lipoic Acid is an antioxidant that is naturally found in mitochondria–the energy-producing structures inside cells. It is a more powerful antioxidant than the fat-soluble Vitamin E and the water-soluble Vitamin C. Alpha Lipoic Acid is both fat- and water-soluble.
    Lipoic acid has the ability to regenerate other antioxidants and make them active once again.
    Research in horses shows it has the ability to reduce oxidative stress. Because it also stimulates the movement of blood sugar across membranes and into cells, it helps increase insulin sensitivity and lower high blood sugar.
    ALA alpha-lipoic acid acts like insulin facilitating the penetration of amino acids and creatine into the muscle cells.
    L-carnitine contained in a preparation improves supply muscle cells with energy, increases the maximum oxygen uptake and prevents degenerative processes in muscles.
    L-Carnitine is a naturally occurring nutrient found in animals and plants. Horses gain L-Carnitine through their diet or through the synthesis of amino acids. However, horses will not usually be able to replace the extensive losses of L-Carnitine which occur in heavy or fast work.
    L-Carnitine plays an essential role in energy metabolism. It carries long chain fatty acids into mitochondria (the cell furnace) where they are converted into energy for muscle contraction.
    In endurance exercise most of the energy is derived from fat and training increases the ability of equine muscle to use fatty acids. L-Carnitine increases the ability of skeletal muscles to utilize fatty acids resulting in increased energy supplies.  The muscle levels of L-Carnitine determine the exercise capacity of the muscles.  By using fats as energy for muscle contractions, the body is sparing glycogen and delaying the accumulation of lactic acid.
    Improve Sports Performance
    LACTY SOLV  helps racing horses that have trouble completing the race. Significantly increases efficiency and prevents the accumulation of lactic acid in the muscles.
    LACTY SOLV  favours the reactions of pyruvate conversion into acetyl coenzyme-A, a key compound in the ATP cycle (primary biological source of energy). LACTY SOLV  can also be used for other applications, wherever the need is to increase efficiency.
    LACTY SOLV  supplies the horse with a part of the elements that are useful for the production of both anaerobic (starting with glycogen that is the leading “fuel” used during stress) and aerobic (fat-metabolization) energy, and therefore it carries out a double action that can optimize and potentiate the metabolic capacities, to guarantee maximum functionality of the muscular apparatus.
    Increases maximum work output
    Improve utilisation of fatty acids
    Decrease levels of lactic acid build-up
    Enhance energy supply
    Reduce inflammation and pain
    It provides substances essential for the creation of acetyl coenzyme A in the body of the horse, which is important for cell energy economy.
    Completes the necessary materials needed to release energy from carbohydrates and fats.
    Water, cane sugar, glucose and fructose syrup, alpha lipoic acid.
    Moisture 50,00 % Crude fiber 0,50 % Crude protein 1,00 % Crude ashes 1,20 % Crude fat 6,50 %
    Technological additives:  Preservatives 
    E200 Sorbic acid 5.000 mg
    E300 Ascorbic acid 30.000 mg
    Technological additives: Thikeners
    E414 Arabic gum  50.000  mg
    E415 Xantan gum 10.000  mg
    E464 hydroxy propiletilcellulosa 10.000 mg
    Organolectic additives: flavouring
    Natural products botanically defined
    Stevia rebaudiana extract (CoE552)
    8.000 mg
    Nutritional additives: Vitamins and provitamins
    Vit. E (tocopherol E307)   5.000 mg
    l-carnitine  10.000 mg
    Administer in one time 50 g of lacty solv for animal the night before the sports event. If necessary repeat the administration of a syringe immediately after the performance