What is Pro-Dosa BOOST?

The most complete & balanced multi-nutrient paste available on the International Market.

Formulated to replace essential nutrients lost in training, competition, transport or under stress.

Essential for those individuals that need greater nutrient supplementation to maintain normal health, appetite or metabolism especially those horses with low red blood cell parameters, poor body condition or appetite, problems with chronic tying up, or early signs of heat stress.

Replaces the administration of electrolytes by stomach tube as well as injectable amino acids, trace minerals and iron solutions.

Provides a full complement of balanced nutrients to ensure optimum health, performance and recovery.

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Why Pro-Dosa BOOST?

The most complete, balanced, multi-nutrient  paste available for horses
Aids in pre race and post-performance recovery
An essential tool in supporting the horse under stress
Developed by an Equine Veterinarian
Easy to use oral paste
Manufactured in New Zealand using the best ingredients, ensuring suitability for NZ and International Markets
Nil withholding period - safe to use in competition
Cost effective delivering a range of nutrients

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Pro-Dosa BOOST Contains

Vitamin C - an anti-oxidant, known to reduce oxidative muscle cell damage during exercise and transport, necessary for the absorption of iron from the gut
Iron, folic acid, B Vitamins, Cobalt, Copper, and Amino Acid - which play a role in red blood cell production
22 Amino Acids - stimulate thirst, involved in muscles cell recovery and growth, protein metabolism, and the release of metabolic hormones – insulin and growth hormone
B Vitamins - needed in higher amounts in horses under stress, important in energy production, nerve function, appetite coat and skin condition
Iron, Folic Acid, B Vitamins, Cobalt Copper and Amino Acids - which play a role in red blood cell production
Electrolytes - broad spectrum electrolyte including calcium & magnesium, important in muscle metabolism and energy production  balanced for safety and efficacy
B Vitamin - needed in higher amounts in horses under stress, involved in energy production, nerve function, appetite, coat and skin condition
Vitamin B1, Tryptophan, Tyrosine, and Magnesium - nutrients involved in normal nerve function
No fat Soluable Vitamins - which compete with iron for absorption,
No Selenium - which can be toxic if over supplemented

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Preparing the Equine Athlete to Perform

Racing, travelling, changes of environment place a great deal of stress on the horse! Here is an article from the team at Pro-Dosa International addressing these issues and how Pro-Dosa BOOST can help your horse reach its potential over big race carnivals.
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Fact Sheet - Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome (EGUS)

Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome EGUSis as prevalent as 90% or greater in race horses and 60% in Sport Horses. One of the team at Pro-Dosa International recently completed a research EGUS for a equine nutrition paper through the University of Guelph. Here is a quick, easy to read fact sheet from the findings with diagnosis, treatment and management to help reduce the risk of EGUS.
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Be Prepared with Pro-Dosa BOOST

Incorporating Pro-Dosa BOOST into your final stages of preparation could benefit your horse, both, prior to the Breeze Up and as they head to Karaka for the 2016 Ready to Run sale, or in fact any sale ring.
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Reading Labels - Part 3 The stuff that's not on the Label

Dr Corinne Hills has added a third installment to Reading Labels - How do you know if the product you are looking at contains what is says it does; only a fraction of what it says it has; or way more than it is supposed to have? And even more alarmingly, how do you know it doesn’t contain contaminants that aren’t supposed to be there?
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