EA Supreme Omega Oil
EA Supreme Omega Oil gives a glossy coat, amazing healthy skin and good for overall wellbeing. Feeding oil to horses is now pretty universally accepted as a good way to provide additional non-starch calories for those horses and ponies who need additional calories for work or weight gain, but who require a low starch and sugar diet. Most users also recognize that feeding oils will help produce a glossy coat and improve skin condition.
Both omega 3’s and omega 6’s play many important roles in the body including:
- Joint health
- Hoof Health
- Immune Function
- Endocrine (hormone) function
- Respiratory function
- Neurological function
- Skin and coat condition
Omega 6’s are metabolised to produce important chemicals which are involved in the pain and inflammatory response, which is vital to starting the healing process, and so most have become known as pro-inflammatory. Corn oil, soya oil and sunflower oil are all rich in omega 6’s
Omega 3’s -as well as playing key roles in many metabolic processes, their primary roles are anti-inflammatory . Oils high in omega 3’s include fish oils and linseed/flax oils.
Benefits of EA Supreme Omega Oil:
Cold pressed linseed oil contains more than 4 times as much omega 3 as omega 6.
A small amount of rice bran oil is included, therefore providing additional antioxidant activity.
Coconut oil is a highly palatable oil to provide extra energy, and also has low levels of omega 6’s. It also provides omega 9 (olieic acid), and although the requirements for omega 9 is not well understood in horses, in other species, it has been shown to help with insulin resistance.
Seabuckthorn berry oil is naturally rich in various vitamins, minerals and beneficial compounds including flavonoids, antioxidants and several minerals and vitamins, and is thought to be one of the very few plants containing omega-3, omega-6, omega-7 and omega-9 fatty acids.
Vitamin E and rosemary are provided as they are important antioxidants, necessary when additional oil is fed.