Glycine for Horses

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A 1kg pouch of the amino acid Glycine for horses, on a grey background.
Glycine for Horses £16.95 or subscribe and save 5%

Key Features
  • Joint Support
  • Supports Creatine Synthesis
  • Nervous System Support
  • Digestive Support
  • Immune Support
  • Increased Collagen Production

100% L-Glycine

Feed Rates

20 grams per day for an average 500kg horse.

Rapid weight loss from EMS medications: add 50 to 100 grams of glycine to support the synthesis of glucose in the liver.

  • 1 x 25ml scoop = approx. 21g
  • An average 500kg horse (10g per day) – 50 days.
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Glycine, while classified as a nonessential amino acid, proves essential for horses due to its role in collagen synthesis. Horses can make glycine, but levels may not be sufficient, especially during periods of rapid growth.

The inclusion of glycine supplementation is highly beneficial for collagen-rich structures like joints and hooves in horses.

What are the benefits of Glycine for horses?

  • Joint Health: Glycine, a component of collagen, supports the health of connective tissues, including joints, tendons, and ligaments.
  • Muscle Health: Glycine participates in creatine synthesis, which is crucial for muscle energy production.
  • Stress Support: Studied for its potential calming effects on the nervous system, glycine supplementation may help alleviate stress in stressful situations.
  • Digestive Health: Glycine’s involvement in bile salt production supports digestive health, particularly relevant for horses with digestive issues, and aids in digestion and absorption of fats.
  • Immune Function: Glycine plays a role in supporting immune function by providing essential building blocks for immune cells.
  • Hoof Health: Supports increased collagen production for healthy hooves.

Glycine is crucial for horses as it contributes to collagen synthesis, especially during periods of rapid growth. While horses can produce glycine, supplementation may be necessary to ensure sufficient levels. Including glycine in their diet is highly beneficial for collagen-rich structures like joints and hooves. Adequate glycine intake is essential for maintaining the health, performance, and overall well-being of horses.


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