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  • Don’t Sweat It! The Benefits of Micro Encapsulation Technology™ in Electrolytes

    Electrolytes are essential minerals found in the body, needed for hydration, blood acidity regulation, nutrient absorption, and nerve and muscle function. If you have ever looked at our Complete Electrolytes or SafeSalt, you might have read something about Micro Encapsulation Technology. But what is this and why is it important?
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    Blowing Hot & Cold: Equine Thermoregulation

    Blowing hot and cold: what does the changing temperature mean for our horses? Horses have an amazing ability to thermoregulate – when we feel cold, they probably don’t. Read on to find out how the horse’s endothermic processes keep them comfortable.
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    Ascorbyl Monophosphate: A Stable Form of Vitamin C

    Did you know that there is more than one form of vitamin C? You may be wondering: if this is the case, which one is best for my horse?
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    Vitamin E-ssential - The Importance of Vitamin E Supplementation

    Have you ever wondered why vitamin E supplementation is so important for some horses? Ensuring that your horse receives all of the necessary vitamins and minerals can be difficult, and with so many supplements and balancers available it can be hard to know which one is right for them. In this article we will discuss the importance of vitamin E, how much is appropriate for your horse, and which type you should look for in the ingredients lists.
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    The (o)mega benefits of DHA and EPA

    Omegas are the name for polyunsaturated fatty acids which cannot be produced by the body and must therefore be obtained from the diet. It is well documented in both human and animal science that omegas such as 3 and 6 provide a whole host of nutritional benefits. But what actually are they, and how do they help our horses?
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    Boswellia vs. Boswellic Acid: Which is better?

    There are a multitude of equine joint supplements on the market that contain Boswellia, and it can be difficult to decide which one contains the most beneficial amount. How many times have you looked at the packaging of a supplement and wondered what all of it really means?
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    The Importance of Research

    We all know that the equestrian community is averse to change. Here at Science Supplements we talk a lot about research and facts - but why should we believe what the research says? There are several steps that occur during research, to ensure that it is valid and reliable. Read on to find out why you shouldn’t just ‘google it’.
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    Science Supplements Announce Partnership With Two International Dressage Riders

    Award-winning nutrition specialists, Science Supplements, are delighted to announce not one, but two, new sponsored rider partnerships with highly acclaimed International British Dressage riders; Emile Faurie and Tom ...
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    Science Supplements Launches New Gut Balancer INSTAFIX Syringe

    Leading equine and canine nutrition specialists, Science Supplements, are proud to announce the launch of its latest equine supplement, Gut Balancer INSTAFIX Syringe, a highly concentrated Prebiotic and Probiotic past...
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    Bubby Upton Partners With Science Supplements

    Award-winning nutrition specialists, Science Supplements, are delighted to announce a new partnership with International 5* British event rider, Bubby Upton. The partnership aligns two highly passionate and progressiv...
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    The Magic of Movement

    Dogs are incredible creatures. For thousands of years, they have lived alongside us. They have shared our homes, our food and even sometimes our beds. We have altered their physical appearance and even aspects of beha...
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    Insulin Sensitivity: Why it is important for our horses

    One of the most significant health challenges that the leisure horse population has to cope with is insulin sensitivity, or perhaps more accurately, insulin dysregulation (ID). If you have ever experienced the heartbr...
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