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By A. Lindner

The content material of this booklet offers scientifically confirmed sensible tricks or cutting-edge wisdom to veterinarians, breeders, riders and contributors of the feed on: the meals of patience horses; the meals of transforming into horses to minimize occurrence of developmental orthopedic illness; innovations to deal with exertional rhabdomyolysis; and at the value of foodstuff for the upkeep and rehabilitation of wellbeing and fitness of tooth, hooves and the gastrointestinal tract with no which a horse is not any horse

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Promotion of sound dietary practices is an integral part of contemporary caries management in humans (Mobley, 2003). The following principles are now advised by human dental health professionals to encourage good oral health and decrease caries risk: Ⅲ “Encourage balanced diets based on moderation and variety as depicted by the Food Guide Pyramid. Avoid references to “bad” foods and focus on “good” diets that include a variety of foods. Ⅲ Give examples of how combining and sequencing foods can enhance mastication, saliva production, and oral clearance at each eating occasion.

In areas with low calcium content in the soil a supplement should be added (Kempson, 1987). , 2004). Zinc is cofactor of more than 200 enzymes, and it is an important factor for maturation of keratinocytes. Measurements of blood plasma content in horses in Switzerland and Austria (mostly fed with hay and ENUCO 2005 55 H. Geyer oats) frequently indicated that the plasma values were at the lower end of normal plasma values. Coenen and Spitzleik (1996) reported that high doses of 520 mg inorganic zinc per horse and day could improve the hoof condition.

Human data suggests a lifelong synergy between nutrition and the integrity of the oral cavity in health and disease (Touger-Decker and Mobley, 2003). Caries of cementum, enamel and dentine have been identified in the horse, most frequently in cementum - this being both the softest, least mineralised calcified dental tissue, and being the most prevalent (with respect to surface area exposure) in the equine oral cavity (Dacre, 2004b). , 1962). , 1999a). , 1997). This dark staining may potentially extend beyond the infundibular cementum into both the enamel and adjacent dentine.

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