It was a few minutes after 9 on a Saturday nite.
I hadn’t left my computer all day… I just couldn’t stop researching the “12 supplements exposed” report.
I couldn’t stop because
I was shocked at what I was uncovering
- I couldn’t believe the kinds of crazy chemicals some companies were putting into their supplements.
- I couldn’t believe Ammonium Hydroxide was one of the ingredients in RedCell, a product by Farnam.
- I couldn’t believe I had actually used this product in the past.
A Serious Wake Up CallI had been feeding my baby a chemical used in making PINK SLIME...
You probably heard about pink slime in the news.
(see video below)
Who would have thought this crazy chemical would be in
supplements that you’d be feeding to you horse?
But you don’t know what you don’t know
And that’s exactly how I felt when I was doing the research.
Here you are thinking you’re helping, but you’re really not…
Once you find out, it’s a terrible feeling.
It reminded me of what happened in the 1960’s.
Back then everyone was smoking, even pregnant women who had no idea what it was doing to their welfare or to their babies health.
I’m sure if they knew now what they didn’t know then, they would never put themselves and their babies at risk.
So what can you do?
If you’re looking for something other than the Red Cell product, here’s a list of natural ingredients that are chock full of the vitamins and minerals that your baby needs without any crazy chemicals.
I’ve broken it down starting with the vitamin/mineral then I’ve listed different natural ingredients that will give your horse that particular vitamin/mineral…
Here's the list of natural alternatives:
- Calcium: cleavers, dandelion leaves,meadowsweet, chamomile, kelp, Fenugreek, apple cider vinegar.
- Copper: burdock, cleavers, dandelion leaf, garlic, carrots, turnips. Iodine: kelp, cleavers, garlic, carrots, peas.
- Iron: kelp, parsley, nettle, dandelion leaf, hawthorn, raspberry, apple cider vinegar.
- Magnesium: kelp, dandelion leaf, clover, apple cider vinegar.
- Manganese: kelp, carrots, turnips, oats, nettle.
- Phosphorus: kelp, fenugreek, licorice, calendula, meadowsweet, carrots, apple cider vinegar.
- Potassium: dandelion leaf, meadowsweet, nettle, kelp, apple cider vinegar, carrots, turnips, apples, parsnips.
- Selenium: kelp Sulphur: garlic, calendula, meadowsweet, nettle, kelp, apple cider vinegar.
- Zinc: kelp.
- Vitamin A: dandelion leaf, kelp, carrots, nettle, parsley, fenugreek, rosehips.
- Vitamin B: garlic, oats, fenugreek, dandelion leaf, kelp, rosehips.
- Vitamin B12: kelp.
- Vitamin C: nettle, rosehips, kelp, fenugreek, dandelion leaf, garlic, meadowsweet, parsley.
- Vitamin D: kelp, dandelion leaf.
- Vitamin E: kelp, fenugreek.
- Vitamin K: rosehips.
- Thiamine: rosehips.
- Riboflavin: rosehips.
Both kelp and apple cider vinegar keep coming up again and again in the above list. You can’t go wrong if you included kelp and apple cider vinegar in your horse’s feed daily.
As you can see, there are alternatives, you have choices…
Helping to keep your horse healthy for life;
If you were a subscriber, you’ll be able to down load the full report of 12 Supplements Exposed
(the ingredients you NEVER want to see on any horse supplement label) from a
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P.S. Sadly many smokers in the 60’s passed away of cancer and many children were born with challenges. Sad, but it’s as true now as it was then… What you don’t know you don’t know
In your next email…
you’ll learn how to feed the right ingredients
in the amounts, at the right time
P.P.S. As always, if you have any questions just send off an email to mary @ horsemoms.com and I’ll do what I can to help. Mary
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