Did You Know That Healing is
a Function of Cellular
There is a food that you can feed to your animals that creates within the cellular mitochondria up to 36 times the energy that is created from normal carbohydrates. That is because there is no loss of energy from active-transport cycles.
The secret is alpha polysaccharide peptides that unlike other foods don’t need to be actively transported through cellular membranes into the cellular mitochondria, but are able to freely enter the mitochondria and increase energy levels to the maximum.
More energy is what virtually every cell needs in order to repair or maintain itself optimally. And more cellular energy multiplied times the trillions of cells in an animal’s body makes a difference in health, performance and happiness that will have you soon singing the praises of Cellular Nutrition products.
Watch videotaped testimonials of the power of CN (alpha polysaccharide peptides) in animal health:
Jane Bennett - Equine CN Therapist
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Then feed your animal ETSZeolite.
The combination of CN for energy and ETS Zeolite for removing toxins from the body is very powerful.
CN’s Use with Equine Tying Up/Rhabdomyolosis
Equine rhabdomyolys is commonly referred to as tying up. In its acute forms it may be called azoturia, acute exertional rhabdomyolysis or black water disease.
Tying up is characterized by muscle stiffness and pain, sweating, blowing, agitation, trembling reluctance to move, and often discolored urine (dark yellow to brown).
Bio-chemically speaking, tying up results from the accumulation of lactic acid in the muscles, which breaks down the muscle into myoglobin and causes muscle damage and pain, and in severe cases, kidney distress as the myoglobin is processed out of the body through the kidneys (causing damage to the kidneys).
Tying up can be detected by blood tests that reveal the presence of myoglobin.
Tying up is the resulting condition from a variety of disorders that can be influenced by many factors including genetics, management and nutrition:
- The most generally speculated cause of tying up is excessive carbohydrate load along with a level of exercise that exceeds the horse’s level of conditioning.
- Tying up is called by some horse trainers Monday morning sickness since it often is a problem of not being exercised on the weekend, allowing glyco-fuels to load in the muscles, followed by over exertion on Monday.
- It is also speculated to be the result of genetics that impair the processing of polysaccharides, allowing them to accumulate within the cell and is then called EPSM (Equine Polysaccharide Storage Myopathy).
Is there a cure for tying up?
Many equine experts believe so. As horse trainers and owners are starting to learn, the single best answer for tying up is the alpha polysaccharide product called Equine CN. This product allows cellular power levels to be sufficient to handle whatever stress occurs without creating excess lactic acid.
The reason that CN creates additional cellular energy to meet exercise demands without going into “stress” mode or lactic acid producing mode is because the alpha polysaccharide peptides in the CN product do not require any active transport in order to be brought into the cellular mitochondria, but instead they go directly into the mitochondria. Thus, up to 36 times the normal cellular energy is netted. The extra energy is used to meet stress demands without going into stress mode, heal the cell and clear toxins out of the cell. In other words, CN gives the ability to the cell to have sufficient energy to meet its needs. The overall health of any animal is simply the health of the individual cell times the trillions of cells in the body.
Testimonials Regarding the Usefulness of CN in Conditions of Tying Up:
Jane Bennett, Equine Therapist, says, “If you have a horse with muscle problems - especially 'tying up' - I have found Equine CN the best product I have ever tried. You see results quickly and it's cost effective compared with other products. All my horses are on it.”
And this is from Dale Opie, horse owner; she says, “Vicky, a four year old thoroughbred, was constantly tying up. Because we could not feed her normally she had immature muscle development. After 3 weeks of feeding her Equine CN the change was obvious. She was being fed the same rigid diet but she must have been absorbing more from the food because her muscles improved and she looked great and did not tie up once. We have since had her in training and she competed in a race without any problems. After seeing the impact on Vicky we now have other horses and ourselves on the product.”
Moira Murdoch, horse trainer, says, “In this month we have tested four horses with a history of tying up. We are very happy with the results as none have tied up since we started mixing Equine CN in their feed. I would recommend Equine CN to anyone who has horses with this problem and for their overall health. They will be staying on Equine CN.”
Alan, horse trainer from Matamata, says, “After months of muscle problems, we found this gelding was tying up and had been for quite some time but not showing the usual symptoms. We had the vet do a blood test and there was significant damage. We started him on Equine CN and after a few days the change was obvious. We trialled him and then had a blood test done and it showed no signs of tying up. Today was his second trial, which he won very nicely. I am very happy and relieved, he looks brighter, his coat is glowing.”