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By Arno Lindner

ISBN-10: 9086860400

ISBN-13: 9789086860401

ISBN-10: 9086866077

ISBN-13: 9789086866076

The content material of this publication arises from the Equine meals convention - perform (ENUCO) 2007. the aim of the convention is to provide scientifically tested sensible tricks and cutting-edge wisdom on equine meals and coaching. the subjects handled during this e-book are: information on equine nutrients, education and medication (2005-06); noteworthy adjustments to the pony food requisites via the nationwide examine Council of united states; relevance and standardization of the phrases Glycaemic Index and Glycaemic reaction; the position of food in colic; using herbs within the administration of hyperadrenocorticism and different hormonal ailments of horses; prognosis and administration of insulin resistance and equine metabolic syndrome (EMS) in horses; and food-allergy in horses

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Harris and Ray J. , 2003). e. e. available CHO). A low GL diet can therefore be achieved either by reducing the carbohydrate intake or by reducing the GI of the carbohydrates consumed. Glycaemic Glucose Equivalent (GGE) This is defined as ‘the weight of glucose equivalent in its effect to a given weight of food’ and has been suggested by some to be a more accurate predictor of glycaemic response of a complex meal but this has been challenged.

Like with many other nutrients, the 1989 NRC expressed the requirements of many vitamins on a dietary concentration basis. They were transformed to a body weight basis in the new NRC. 7 IU/kg of bodyweight for months 19 through 24. While vitamins are an important part of a diet, there is insufficient evidence to suggest a requirement in the horse for vitamin K, niacin, biotin, folate, vitamin B12, vitamin B6, pantothenic acid, and vitamin C. Despite the dramatic increase in length of the new NRC, most of the changes to nutrient requirements are not huge.

Animal Science, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 488241225, USA For the average person, the most difficult part of nutritionally managing their horse can be figuring out what feeds or supplements are advantageous to feed their horse and which ones might be a waste of money. The majority of individuals rely on advertising (which obviously can be misleading), articles in popular press magazines (which often do a good job of evaluating research but sometimes don’t), or their local veterinarian (some of which have a nutrition background, but many do not, and they may find it difficult to stay current on research findings due to their busy schedules).

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