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CEN Oil - 4.5lts
CEN Oil - 4.5lts CEN Oil - 4.5lts CEN Oil - 4.5lts CEN Oil - 4.5lts CEN Oil - 4.5lts CEN Oil - 4.5lts
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The most superior oil on the market


CEN OIL is the only oil on the market that is stabilised at room temperature and naturally high in plant based Omega 3

Fat is Fat, Right? Check Your Omegas!

Fat is an excellent source of calories – more than twice the calories offered by carbohydrates or protein, making it a great way to help your horse meet his energy needs while in training, working, or performing.

Unlike sugary and starchy feeds like oats, sweet feeds, or grain-based products, fat doesn’t create insulin highs and lows, it doesn’t produce negative behavior, it doesn’t increase laminitis risk, and it doesn’t destroy the microbial population in the hind gut. But are all fat sources created equally? Read on…

Omegas – 3, 6, 9

First, what does “omega” mean anyway? It’s basically a numbering classification based on how fats are chemically configured.

This has an influence on how the fat is metabolized, consequently affecting cells and tissues differently. The fat that you add to your horse’s diet (such as soybean oil, corn oil, flaxseed oil, etc.) provides a combination of these three omega types. The key is to know which types are in the highest concentration. Here’s why…

There are two fatty substances, one omega 3 and one omega 6, that are considered “essential,” meaning the horse’s body cannot produce them.

Therefore, they must be in the diet. Chemically, they are considered “polyunsaturated.” Omega 6s, while important, should not exceed omega 3s, because too many omega 6s increase inflammation.

If your horse suffered an injury, has aging joints, exercises regularly, or has an ulceration in his digestive tract, his inflammation level is already elevated. Feeding too much omega 6s will exacerbate this situation and result in more pain.

Omega 3s, on the other hand, do the reverse… they decrease inflammation. They do a lot of other beneficial things too, such as:
· balancing the immune system
· protecting joints and ligaments
· decreasing nervousness
· improving heart and blood vessel health
· reducing skin allergies
· diminishing airway inflammation
· supporting normal gastrointestinal function
· maintaining hair and hoof health

• Improves overall health and performance

• Non-heating cool energy source, highly digestible

• Improves the correct balance of Omega 3 - Omega 6

• Reduces inflammation leading to faster recovery time 

• Improves shine and quality of coat

• Assists in weight gain/increased condition

Many oils and feeds on the market today contain high amounts of the pro-inflammatory Omega 6

(e.g Sunflower, Rice Bran, Corn oil)

Containing over 50% Omega 3, CEN Oil provides the best source of this anti-inflammatory

factor in abundance. All natural and made of the highest quality linseed (flaxseed) oil with antioxidants.

Recommended Dosage per day (Mix with feed):

60mL Maintenance, 60-90mL Light Work, 90-120mL Medium Work, 120-250mL Heavy Work

CEN Oil is produced to a high quality standard, which ensures the rate of oxidation is much slower.

Room temperature storage is sufficent for up to 3 months on opening.
It is essential to store CEN Oil below 30°C.

If storing in feed sheds, remove to a cooler place on temperature days above 30°C.

‘May be of benefit for improving or promoting health or production or performance.Consult your vet before treating any illness’

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