Orlando, FL— July 20, 2015 — Glucosamine is one of the most popular natural alternatives nowadays. It is widely available in the market, and used by many people for a variety of health purposes. However, it seems that it is not only beneficial for humans, but also for animals.

Vets recommend glucosamine for horses and ponies with arthritis. This naturally occurring substance can be found in the cartilage and connective tissues in the body of a pony or horse. It is produced from glucose along with an amino acid called glutamine. Glucosamine is also used by the body of a horse in repairing and maintaining the cartilage in the joints.

Glucosamine is believed to play an essential part in controlling the processes that involve inflammation, which typically occurs within the body of a horse. As a pony or horse ages, its body’s ability to naturally produce glucosamine slows down. It is believed that using a glucosamine supplement can potentially help protect the animal from the undesirable consequences of the aging process.

Osteoarthritis in a horse or pony takes place when the cartilage that cushions the joints is unable to maintain its elasticity. As a result, it becomes stiff and restricts movement. The loss of cartilage elasticity can also make a horse susceptible to joint damage due to lack of cushioning protection. When there is a loss of cushioning, it often results in pain and swelling, and eventually loss of movement, deterioration and lameness.

Horse owners often add glucosamine to the diet of the horse to stimulate cartilage production in the animal’s joints. Cartilage production is believed to help slow down joint deterioration. In many cases, horses who were fed with glucosamine supplements experienced some improvement in their movement.

According to experts, the right dose of glucosamine supplements in horses that have osteoarthritis is at least 10 grams a day. This dose can be increased, as there were horses that had a daily dose of 30 grams of glucosamine that experienced good results. Veterinarians recommend glucosamine supplements that contain chondroitin sulfate and MSM or methylsulfonylmethane, which provides more cartilage elasticity. The combination of these ingredients is believed to be very helpful in horses and ponies that are suffering from arthritis.

Glucosamine is also recommended for other animals such as dogs, cats and rabbits with joint problems or arthritis. There are many glucosamine supplements available nowadays, and experts suggest that consumers should take prudent care in choosing the right product. There are veterinarians who suggest that consumers should also consider choosing glucosamine supplements that do not just have MSM and chondroitin, but also turmeric (www.amazon.com/Glucosamine-Sulfate-Chondroitin-Supplement-Turmeric/dp/B00DUMO9X4).

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