KOHNKE'S OWN

Trim

KOHNKE'S OWN

Trim

KOHNKE'S OWN Trim

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TRIM provides a range of important nutrients to make up shortfalls of important metabolic compounds in the rations of horses and ponies on weight reducing, low calorie diets. Combined with a low GI diet, TRIM™ provides nutritional support to normalise sugar and fat metabolism to help strip off ‘cresty’ necks and abnormal fat deposits.
  • Magnesium to support metabolic function and glucose utilisation in body ells where diets are low in magnesium
  • Organic chromium has a role in the regulation of glucose metabolism
  • Choline and manganese have a role in the metabolism of fats

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