Ingredients in SUCCEED® Digestive Conditioning Program®
When it comes to health and wellness, serious horse people look for serious products. SUCCEED Digestive Conditioning Program hits the mark. You will appreciate that:
It’s the only equine supplement in its class with multiple patents worldwide.
All ingredients are certified human food grade or above, ensuring purity and quality.
We are licensed in the state of Ohio as a Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) facility ensuring stringent consistency, as well as quality and safety.
And your horses will love that SUCCEED’s natural oat flavor comes from the oat ingredients, not artificial flavoring. Once your horses have had their first taste, SUCCEED will be a treat they’ll look forward to every day.
SUCCEED® Formula for Total Equine Digestive Health
SUCCEED was developed by focusing on naturally occuring nutrients that are necessary for the health of the entire equine digestive tract. This includes support for both digestive anatomy (intestinal villi, enterocytes, intestinal mucosa) and digestive function (healthy bacterial balance, digestion, feed transit through the digestive tract, etc.).
Oat oil is rich in polar lipids, highly beneficial fat molecules that are important for normal digestive health and function. Oats are particularly high in galactolipids, which can only be obtained through the diet. SUCCEED’s oat oil is derived using a proprietary ethane-extraction process that retains a higher concentration of polar lipids. Polar lipids are shown to assist with nutrient absorption, strength and integrity of the intestinal mucosa barrier, and normal brain function.
The oats used in the production of SUCCEED are different than those used to create most common flours, like those used for baking. Our oats have more bran, which is rich in beta glucan, and a low starch content. Beta glucan has been shown to be useful for maintaining a healthy rate at which food moves through the digestive tract, regulating the release of sugars from the digestive system, and supporting natural immunity.
SUCCEED contains components of the Saccharomyces cerevisiae strain of yeast that show benefits for the digestive health of horses. The yeast in SUCCEED is rich in mannan oligosaccharide (MOS), beta glucan, and nucleotides. MOS supports a balanced microflora and a healthy immune system response. Nucleotides are essential to cell growth and repair and help maintain a healthy intestinal tract while beta glucan protects the hindgut.
A healthy immune system requires an adequate supply of L-glutamine in order to function properly. Dietary glutamine may be beneficial for horses that are in training, being used for hard work or are otherwise challenged. L-glutamine provides fuel for intestinal epithelial cells (which make up the first layer of the gut lining) and assists with nutrient absorption. It also strengthens and helps to reconstitute the mucosal barrier.1 Glutamine has been shown to be safe at levels up to 60mg/kg bwt and may be of benefit to athletic horses with lowered plasma glutamine concentrations.2
L-threonine is an essential amino acid necessary for GI tract health. In horses, L-threonine contributes to a smoothly functioning GI tract. It also assists metabolism and nutrient absorption while also contributing to mucus production.
SUCCEED Digestive Conditioning Program provides an easy, effective and affordable approach to managing optimal digestive health in your horse. It’s been shown to be effective time after time, with top riders, trainers and veterinarians. SUCCEED is available as an oral paste and as granules in several sizes.
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