Happiness without Sugar
A juicy apple, a crisp carrot, fresh grass, crusty bread or a delicious fragrant grain cereal after work - at first glance it seems to be quite a healt hy reward for the horse. But many of these “treats” contain a considerable amount of sugar and starch. An excess of sugar and starch raises blood sugar levels and increases the risk of laminitis. But there are ways to reward a horse, without risk, and without the horse lover de veloping a guilty conscience.
- reduced in starch and sugar
- suitable for allergy sufferers
- tasty and very healthy
- in handy cube-form
Glyx Lobs treats are a healthy alternative to conventional tre ats; they are reduced in carbohydrate and sugar and therefore useful for all horses who should not receive addi tional hidden calories
A tribute to problem cases
Anyone who has a horse with problems like obesity, Equine Metab olic Syndrome , Cushing's syndrome, polysaccharide storage myopathy ( PSSM ) or laminitis, should b e afraid to reward their horse with a treat . Unfortunately, conventional treats often have high levels of sugar o r carbohydrates, to make them palatable in the first place. However, these types of reward are not suitable for horses w ith such problems.
Glyx Lobs are designed so that you can reward your horse safely, with a tasty and healthy treat.
Some cubes every day as reward