GlycoElastin Equine

$59.00
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GlycoElastin Equine

GlycoElastin is a powerful therapeutic nutraceutical that supports joint and connective tissue function by providing essential nutrients and maximum oxygen transport to support cartilage growth and rejuvenation. With its unique formula, GlycoElastin supports cartilage health and repair while providing increased joint mobility and flexibility. Additionally, GlycoElastin increases energy levels and preserves and builds lean muscle to maintain a healthy lean body mass ratio resulting in a firm, toned, and more youthful-looking body.

Collagen Complex:
- Supports soft tissue as well as hard tissue
- Holds cartilage cells together
- Promotes maximum oxygen transport to ailing joints
- Inhibits the inflammatory cascade

Dietary powder supplement for horses

Directions
Administer 1 scoop twice daily for the first 6 weeks. Thereafter administer ½ scoop twice daily or 1 scoop twice daily for maintenance.

Servings Per Container

Size
Scoops
1 lb
40
3 lb
120
10 lb
400
20 lb
800

Ingredients
GlycoElastin™ proprietary formula: Hydrolyzed collagen, Type-I Collagen, Type-II Collagen, Type-III Collagen, Type-B Collagen and Chicken Collagen Type-II; naturally occurring Glucosamine Sulfate (12%), Hyaluronic Acid (24%), Chondroitin Sulfate (20%), Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM), Sadenosylmethionine (SAMe).

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  • 4
    may have helped my horse more than I thought possible...

    Posted by Roxanne on 4th Jul 2016

    My 17 yr old Peruvian Paso was diagnosed w/DSLD Jan this year -
    I saw this product on line, and since I love their Equine Saver vitamins -
    decided to give it a try. I started w/the small container, Thought I saw improvement, and bought the next larger size - within about 2 mos of use I I was able to stop using any Butte or ulcer guard, and my guy is holding his own!
    This ligament disease is terminal, but this product seems to be allowing him much needed Relief!!!

  • 5
    Great for IR horses...

    Posted by Kelly Jeffers on 11th Aug 2011

    When I found out my horse is insulin resistant, I set out to find a joint supplement that I could give her that wouldn't raise her blood sugar. This is it... She's been on it for several weeks now and is moving great!