CAVALOR® Digest 800g

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działanie: digestive system

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Unique and multidisciplinary approach to optimize
digestion and improve gut health

Indication for use
Cavalor Digest improves digestion and restores gut flora,
protecting against diarrhea and also decreasing the risk
of colic. Furthermore, it binds, traps and inactivates
Cavalor Digest provides a unique and multidisciplinary
approach to optimize digestion and to improve gut health
and gut flora by providing a variety of nutrients and
nutraceuticals (living yeast culture, herbs, activated
carbon, etc.). Cavalor Digest can also be used in the
dietary management of horses associated with
gastrointestinal disturbances. Cavalor Digest also
contains ingredients to reduce the risk of the harmful
effects of mycotoxins.

What are the effects of mycotoxins and general symptoms
of mycotoxicosis?
Mycotoxins originate from molds. They grow on living and
stored plants. The growth of mycotoxins is practically
unavoidable, especially in moist conditions. Because of
the large volume of feedstuffs that must be stored and
distributed in stables, considerable opportunity exists for
molds to grow, especially when dry and cool storage of
harvested feed is not possible (particularly in countries
with a warm and humid climate). When mycotoxins are
ingested, either in large single doses or in small
quantities over a long period of time, it can have adverse
effects on the performance capacity, the reproductive
efficiency and the health of horses. There are several
general symptoms that may indicate that a mycotoxin
problem exists:
- Reduced consumption of feed
- A high incidence of digestive upsets/ liver problems
(equine leukoencephalomalacia)
- A high incidence of diseases associated with depressed
immune function
- A high rate of fertility problems without obvious infectious
disease involvement
- Animals that do not respond well to treatment
There are many types of molds that produce a variety of
mycotoxins, causing various diseases. Only a few
mycotoxins have been related to feed-borne
mycotoxicosis, and the potential impact on animal health
remains to be further elucidated. The risk for some
mycotoxins can be reduced by dietary management.
Among others, the occurrence of fumonisin-B1 and
aflotoxin-B1, and to a lesser extent Loiter B (rye grass
staggers), seem to be the most threatening mycotoxins in
equine rations.

Composition and safety of the product
Cavalor Digest contains different active ingredients with
different modes of action to increase digestion, improve
gut health and gut flora, and reduce the risk of
mycotoxicosis. It contains living yeast cultures both
positively influencing digestion and nutrient absorption.
Activated carbon and bentonites that act as mycotoxin-
binding agents by adsorption on their surface are
included to reduce mycotoxin risk. Cavalor Digest
contains the amino acid methionine to support the
suggested benefit of supplementing this amino acid
during mycotoxicosis. It contains choline chloride, which
has a "methionine saving effect" and plays a role in fat
metabolism. A variety of herbs as oregano, anise, melissa
and cumin have been added to enhance the digestibility
of the ration and improve palatability.

Add 30-45 grams/1.06- 1.59 oz to the daily ration for a
minimum of 4 weeks.
Do not use longer than 6 weeks. My follow up with Cavalor
Vitaflor 365.