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FORAN FOR-REPRO 30x15gr.

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FOR-REPRO

This product provides you a stabilized form of Ubiquinol, the most bioavailable version of Coenzyme Q10. A powerful antioxidant, Coenzyme Q10 is the ideal support for stallions in preparation for and during the breeding season.

Coenzyme Q10 has been shown to increase sperm motility in cooled equine semen, increase conception rates and reduce early embryonic death reates. In men, daily supplementation with CoQ10 ahs been associated with improved fertility of subfertile individuals.

CoQ10 is primarily absorbed from the intestines as ubiquinol which is why the bioavailability of FOR-REPRO is comparatively high in comparion to other Conenzyme Q10 products.

Antioxidants are essental for the production of biological energy and for the management of oxidative stress. Oxidative stress can be detrimental to spermatozoa, thus affecting a stallion's ability to produce healthy viable sperm. Coenzyme Q10 is also beneficial for supporting the immune system.

Oral supplementation with Coenzyme Q10/ Ubiquinol is an effective means of significantly increasing plasma Coenzyme Q10 levels. Peak bioavailability occurs with daily use for a minimum of 3 weeks. Discontinuing of supplementation results in a progressive decrease in CoQ10 levels.

Coenzyme Q10 increases sperm motility in cooled equine semen, increases conception rates and reduces early embryonic death rates. 15 grams (1 bag) to be mixed with feed daily. You need to start at least 4-5 weeks before the breeding season starts and feeding is reccommended throughout the breeding season.


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For_Repro_Detailer_EU_(trifold)_Singles.pdf For Repro Detailer EU (trifold) Singles
FOR-REPRO_Stallion_Study.pdf FOR-REPRO Stallion Study