SCIENTIFICALLY FORMULATED, APPROVED BY ATHLETES
We at Cavalor are also like top athletes, aiming for perfection and innovation. Our supplements are the results of years of research, adjust- ments to existing formulas, and practical experience. Cavalor ArtiTec and Cavalor FreeBute are the products of 7 years of research. Cavalor initiated a study to demon- strate the additive effect of herbal mixtures, the effect of different ingredients that strengthen each other and to characterize their range of anti-inflammatory activity. Let the food be the medicine, with these set of studies we have proven a positive effect from Cavalor Artitec in the synovial inflammation.
IS LACTATE HARMFUL?
For years it was believed that lactate causes muscle fatigue and therefore its formation should be inhibited. This theory has long been disproved. Lactate shouldn’t be seen as a villain, but as an ally. The lactate produced by the muscle fibres can be used as a source of energy by other muscle fibres. H+ ions and lactate accumulatein the body only when horses work so strenuously that the anaerobic threshold is exceeded. It is the H+ ions that acidify the muscles, causing stiffness and possible damage. Lactate is therefore not something to fear.
Cavalor LactaTec is a complete supplement that helps the muscles to achieve optimum performance during peak moments and promotes speedy recovery, preventing muscle fatigue and keeping your horse fit for performance day after day.
WHAT ABOUT THE LYMPHATIC SYSTEM?
Good nutrition is essential to give the horse enough energy. It is known that the circulatory system must function well to transport nutrients and oxygen. In sport horses, however, the benefits of a well-functioning lymphatic system should not be underestimated.
This system plays a crucial role in eliminating waste products, removing excess fluids, and speeding recovery. The new and innovative Peak Performance from Cavalor supports the equine metabolism, lymphatic system, and circulatory system for increased well-being and improved performance.
MUCH MORE THAN VITAMIN C
Frequent transport and contact with unfamiliar horses can weaken your horse’s immune system and make it sick. The horse’s physical natural defences are controlled by a complex system involving many areas of the body.
This involves the thymus, the gut, the lymphatic system, white blood cells, bone marrow, antibodies, the mucosa, the skin, the spleen, and the liver.
FINDING THE RIGHT BALANCE BETWEEN ENERGY & FOCUS
The modern horse has evolved to be more sensitive to stimuli. It is more sensitive, careful, and alert. When startled, its body produces adrenaline. This keeps the horse sharp, but prolonged tension can be detrimental.
A horse that is anxious and stressed is difficult to ride.