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Foran Equine Fertility Support available at Spervital

Foran Equine Fertility Support available at Spervital

We are very happy with the fact that of today, we are allowed to sell Fertility Support of Foran Equine from Ireland.

This is het first supplement for the equine industry that is based on a stabalised form of Ubiquinol (co-enzyme Q10). This is a very powerfull antioxidant that is ideal for stallions just before and during the breeding season. Co-enzyme Q10 can improve motility of the semen, improve pregnancy rates and reduce early embryonic death rates.

In human use, coenzyme Q10 has shown that the fertility improved of subfertile persons. Q10 works as a very powerfull anti-oxidant to get rid of free radicals in the body. Anti oxidants play an important role with the production of energy and the management of oxidative stress inside the body. Oxidative stress can have harmfull effects on semenquality and semenproduction of the stallion, so it has an effect on the production of healty viable sperm. Coenzyme Q10 has a positive effect on the whole  immunesystem. Coenzyme Q10 is mainly absorbed in the blood as ubiquinol. That is why the asorbability of fertility support is higher in comparison with other coenzyme Q10 products. Orale suplementation with ubiquinol is an effective method to higher the coenzyme Q10 level in the blood.

Foran Equine is the first company worldwide, that has done scientifical research on supplementation of coenzyme Q10 with horses. This bioavailable product  can improve motiltiy and fertility of sperm, but also takes care of a better competitive level of the whole horse because it has a positive effect on the immunesystem of the horse. Especially older stallions, and stallions who have a low grasscomsumption and a high performance level, ubiquinol will have a positive effect on it. 1 scoop a day should be mixed with feed daily. It is recommended to start feeding this product at least three weeks before the breeding season starts and to continue feeding throughout the breeding season.