C.A.R.E. Clean, Activate, Restore, Enhance
Principal Body System: Digestive
Definition: A long tube called the gastrointestinal (GI) tract and associated organs, i.e. salivary glands, liver and pancreas.
Function: Performs the physical and chemical breakdown and absorption of food for use by cells and eliminates solid and other waste.
"All dis-ease begins with the gut," said Hippocrates. And all these centuries later, there's still no doubt about it. The gut is the Mother of all the Organs - everything starts with the gut.
A healthy gut is the ultimate gatekeeper of good health - when the gut environment is out of balance, a malfunctioning system is the result - it becomes no longer able to digest, assimilate and absorb the essential nutrients we pay good money to feed to our horses to keep them healthy. And so begins a cascade of chronic dis-ease. It's as simple as that.
So, if you're looking to clear up the chronic symptoms that are chipping away at your horse's quality of life, there's only way to do it. Clean up the gut. And here's where our C.A.R.E. programme comes in.