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BigBenLoverforLife 06-18-2013 09:46 PM

Smart Omega 3?
 
Hello!!!!

I was looking through some of the SmartPak's supplements and saw the Smart Omega 3, and I was wondering what was the real purpose of it? The only thing I saw was making your horse's coat nice and shiny.

Thanks!! :-)

CLaPorte432 06-18-2013 10:14 PM

Omega 3's are a nice, digestable source of Good fats. Its great for joint health/cartlidge health. Its wonderful for the skin, hair and hooves. It has also been proven to keep the brain functioning well. Think of fish oil that people take their health, heart, brain, joint etc.

lots of reasons to take them for yourself, and supplement for your horse.
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BigBenLoverforLife 06-18-2013 10:16 PM

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Originally Posted by CLaPorte432 (Post 2837850)
Omega 3's are a nice, digestable source of Good fats. Its great for joint health/cartlidge health. Its wonderful for the skin, hair and hooves. It has also been proven to keep the brain functioning well. Think of fish oil that people take their health, heart, brain, joint etc.

lots of reasons to take them for yourself, and supplement for your horse.
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Thanks ;-) I'll give it a try

Kayella 06-18-2013 10:25 PM

The SmartOmega 3 also has prebiotics and probiotics in it for your horse's gut and such. I got it for my yearling and he's been eating it since Friday, so I don't know whether it works well or not.

mudpie 06-18-2013 11:03 PM

SmartOmega 3 is great. I saw amazing results in Mudpie, and his coat became noticeably more healthy. He went the entire winter with no illnesses, and it gave his immune system a huge boost. Unfortunately, I was forced to take him off of it due to a shortage of funds, but when I'm able you can bet he'll be back on it! :)

This is his coat when it's filthy, sweaty, and dusty, about a month and a half after taking him off of it:

http://i125.photobucket.com/albums/p...ps1b116e07.jpg


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