SUCCEED®- Digestive Conditioning, 1.79 lb

SUCCEED® provides a unique combination of all-natural, specially processed ingredients designed to support the total health of the entire equine digestive tract. Here’s an overview of the key ingredients in SUCCEED®:

Oat Oil  Rich in Polar Lipids

Oat oil in SUCCEED® contains a high concentration of polar lipids, which are vegetable fat molecules that strengthen the tight junctions between enterocytes, the intestinal cells responsible for nutrient absorption. We use a unique processing method designed to retain the high concentration of polar lipids in our oat oil. Learn more about the oat oil in SUCCEED.

Oat Flour  Rich in Beta Glucan

Oat flour in SUCCEED® is rich in beta glucan, a soluble fiber that provides support for a healthy immune system. It also helps maintain a normal, healthy rate at which food passes through the digestive tract. This helps with nutrient absorption and can help prevent undigested starch from reaching the hindgut. Also, the moderated release of sugars into the bloodstream helps prevent sugar highs and lows that can affect your horse€™s temperament.

We use oats that are higher in bran and lower in starch, and process them to retain a higher concentration of beta glucan found in the bran part of the oat. Learn more about the oat flour in SUCCEED.

Yeast Products  Rich in MOS

The yeast products in SUCCEED® include two forms of Mannan oligosaccharide (MOS), a complex yeast sugar. These yeast products support a healthy hindgut and natural immunity, and they encourage the growth of intestinal villi (the ripples in the gut lining responsible for nutrient absorption).

The yeast also includes nucleotides, which support cell reproduction needed for building tissue and healing. They are also shown to support the growth of intestinal cells called enterocytes. Learn more about the irradiated dried yeast in SUCCEED.

Glutamine – an amino acid that provides fuel to muscles. It also supports the immune cells in the intestinal mucosa (the lining of the gut).

Threonine – another essential amino acid that supports the production of mucin, a necessary component of mucus that lubricates the GI tract lining.