GUARD YOUR HORSE WITH STARCH GUARD + GREENGUARD!
High levels of starch in your horse's diet can cause toxin build-up and inflammation in the hind gut, impair insulin metabolism, and contribute to the onset of laminitis.
Starch Guard™, created by Equinutrix Nutrition, is a proprietary supplement blend that has been shown in university and clinical trials to reduce inflammation associated with starch consumption, promote hind-gut health, and support normal metabolism.
This supplement is ideal for obese, insulin-resistant, equine metabolic syndrome, and Cushing’s horses. It also supports healthy metabolism and insulin levels in all horses during changes in pasture starch content during the Spring and Fall.
Protect your horse's gut and manage their pasture intake with a winning combo of Starch Guard™ + a GreenGuard Grazing Muzzle.
Supports healthy microbial function and hind-gut function
Promoted a normal inflammatory and metabolic response to starch consumption in university trials 1, 2, 3
Ponies, donkeys, and miniature horses
Obesity, insulin resistance, or EMS
Cushing's Disease (PPID)
During changes in pasture starch content in Spring and Fall
Mix Starch Guard™ in with your horse's meals. Introduce 1/4 scoop per day, build up to desired level.
- Loading dose: 2 scoops (60g) per day
- Maintenance dose: 1 scoop (30g) per day
3 lb = 46 (30g) servings, 1.5 month supply - maintenance
11 lb = 166 (30g) servings, 5.5 month supply - maintenance
Shipping: Shipping for supplements based on weight and destination and calculated at checkout.
Customer service: For all inquiries, please contact Equinutrix directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
1. Suagee-Bedore, J.K., A.L. Wagner, and I.D. Girard. 2016. Feeding DigestaWell Buffer to horses neutralizes the effects of high starch diets on blood pH and inflammation. Joint Animal Sciences Meeting. Salt Lake City, UT.
3. Delano, K.M., B.J. McIntosh, J.K. Suagee-Bedore, K.L. Kaufman, S.M. Ghajar, A.L. Wagner, and I.D. Girard. 2017. Feeding DigestaWell Buffer to overconditioned horses mitigates the effects of rapidly introduced nonstructural carbohydrate. JEVS. 52:80.