12 Jan Healthy as a horse?
Today we have a rather unique success story.
“I know you’ll think this is a crazy connection, but soon after I started E2, a friend of mine in England showed me videos of her horse who had developed a lameness called “stringhalt.” He’d become unridable and she her vet wasn’t giving her much in the way of options except an expensive surgery or euthanasia.
I’ve never met this friend or her horse in person, but as a veterinarian (of small animals, none the less) who was elbow deep in kale with E2, I was intrigued and started looking into a possible nutritional link to stringhalt. And there is a one. A BIG one. In a crazy way, stringhalt is due to the equine version of the SAD in heavily-muscled horses, caused by eating too much starch (grains) and not enough grass hay in horses that are genetically predispositioned to it (more than half of draft horses and many quarter horses).
I am happy to report my friend’s horse is now completely sound after 3 months on his new “Equine E2″ diet. Thank you. The “six degrees of separation” phenomenon is pretty amazing. As is E2!”
Thanks for sharing Laura. We are glad your friends horse is doing well now!