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January 20, 2014

Best joint supplement for your horse

by DePaolo Equine Concepts

HyalONE joint supplement acts as a cushioning and lubricating agent against mechanical and chemical damage in the joint.  Hyaluronic Acid is the most hydrophilic substance in the body which means that it is the most water loving.  It is able to hold more water than any other natural substance.  Bringing extra water to any part of the body supports hydration and lubrication of those areas.   It is also an integral component of Synovial Fluid, Articular Cartilage and the fluid portion of the eye.

As animals age, the body produces less and less Hyaluronic Acid.   The joints can become stiff and movement painful.  As joints age, they become less lubricated, predisposing them to damage that can lead to arthritis.  Anytime any tissue of the body is dehydrated the result can be an increased production of inflammation and oxidative damage.  Hyaluronic acid, no matter where it lands in your horses’ body will help to rehydrate the tissues, this will help them to be healthier and perform at their very best.  Hydrated tissue is less likely to become injured, preventing down time for rehabilitation and veterinary bills.

At a full horse sized dose of 250mg per ounce, HyalONE is the best supplement on the market for the lubrication of:

  • Joints
  • Muscles
  • Tendons
  • Ligaments
  • Skin
  • Hooves
  • Hair coat
  • Eyes

HyalONE incorporates a small weight molecule so that it doesn’t require digestion before it can be properly absorbed.   Our supplement is highly palatable and predigested to allow for ultra-efficient absorption.

HyalONE is all-natural with no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives and comes with a convenient one ounce dosing pump.  By supplementing your horse daily we can prevent the therapeutic peaks and valleys that occur with other injectable forms of Hyaluronic Acid.

To purchase HyalONE, please visit our online store.  HyalONE … it’s the only one you need!

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