Wiser Concepts InsulinWise is a synergistic blend of polyphenols and amino acids formulated to support normal insulin regulation in horses showing symptoms of equine metabolic syndrome (EMS).
Equine metabolic syndrome (EMS) and pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction (PPID) have become more and more prevalent in our aging equine community. EMS is characterized by weight gain and insulin dysregulation that can lead to the development of laminitis. Horses that have developed PPID (Cushing’s disease) may also suffer from insulin resistance.
Decreasing insulin resistance and controlling weight through dietary supplementation in these individuals can provide a benefit by decreasing laminitis risk.
- Maintains lower insulin levels, a marker of decreased insulin resistance
- Reduces body weight
- Supports increasing levels of adiponectin, an indictor of increased insulin sensitivity
- Sustains a decreased risk of laminitis
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Lysine 1,605 mg
Leucine 1,150 mg
Resveratrol 750 mg
Quercetin 500 mg
This synergistic blend of polyphenols and amino acids, including leucine, support normal insulin regulation in horses showing symptoms of equine metabolic syndrome (EMS) or PPID horses exhibiting insulin resistance.
The propriety blend of ingredients in InsulinWise are research-proven to support lower insulin levels and increased adiponectin concentrations in horses suffering from insulin dysregulation. Maintaining normal levels of these hormones and decreasing insulin resistance can provide a clinical benefit by decreasing the risk of laminitis.
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1 scoop = 28 grams
For all classes of horses and ponies, supplement at a rate of one scoop (28 grams) per day.
The amount provided can be split between a.m. and p.m. feedings by offering ½ scoop (14 grams) at each feeding.
For best results, mix into meal at time of feeding.
Exposure to air for extended periods of time will impact potency. Seal container tightly after each use. If mixing in with meals in advance of feeding, store in an airtight container.
2lb jar contains 32 scoops.