A super concentrated source of essential natural vitamin E. At 5,000 IU of natural vitamin E per serving, Elevate® Concentrate allows you to easily support horses with high vitamin E requirements. A powerful antioxidant, vitamin E maintains healthy muscle, nerve and immune functions by supporting lower levels of oxidative stress and reducing the damage it causes to cells.
A super concentrated source of essential natural vitamin E
Why Choose Elevate® Concentrate?
Elevate Concentrate is available only through a licensed veterinarian. Contact your vet for an ordering code today.
At 5,000 IU of natural vitamin E per serving, Elevate® Concentrate allows you to easily support horses with high vitamin E requirements. A powerful antioxidant, vitamin E maintains healthy muscle, nerve and immune functions by supporting lower levels of oxidative stress and reducing the damage it causes to cells.
- Delivers a highly bioavailable source of natural vitamin E that is preferentially absorbed and retained in the tissues
- Does not contain other minerals and vitamins that might cause imbalances
- Mixes easily with the daily ration and has a pleasant flavor
- Supplies natural vitamin E in an affordable manner when long-term supplementation is required
When health issues arise, always seek the advice of a licensed veterinarian who can help you choose the correct course of action for your horse. Supplements are intended to maintain healthy systems and support recovery and healing. They are not intended to treat or cure illness or injury.
Vitamin E requirements vary depending on an individual horse’s age, diet, health, reproductive status, and workload.
Multiple research studies have shown that vitamin E is often deficient in the diets of horses that do not have access to continual grazing on fresh green grass, or those grazing on winter pasture.
Performances horses with demanding workloads, growing horses, breeding stock, and seniors can be exposed to increased levels of oxidative stress and therefore require higher levels of vitamin E in their diets.
Studies reveal that there may be link between some neurological diseases and vitamin E deficiency in horses.
Veterinarians frequently recommend Elevate® Concentrate to support healthy vitamin E levels in:
- Horses with limited access to fresh green pasture or those grazing on winter pasture
- Horses maintained on high-forage diets, including overweight horses, laminitic horses, insulin-resistant or metabolically challenged horses
- Broodmares, foals, and stallions
- Horses in exercise, training, or competition
- Senior horses
- Horse stressed from short-distance trailering or long-distance shipping
Elevate® Concentrate can be used to provide long-term natural vitamin E supplementation to horses challenged by, or at risk for, the following conditions:
- Compromised immune function
- Dietary vitamin E deficiencies
- Muscle disorders
- Mares with a history of foals exhibiting failure of passive transfer (PFPT or FPT)
- Poor reproductive efficiency
- Neurological disease
Elevate® Concentrate guaranteed analysis:
Vitamin E (Min.) Per oz 5,000 IU Concentration 80,000 IU/lb
Vitamin E: Natural vs. Synthetic
Vitamin E is the most powerful antioxidant in the equine diet. But not all forms of the vitamin are created equally. Most supplements contain synthetic vitamin E (dl-alpha-tocopherol acetate), which is not as potent as natural vitamin E (d-alpha-tocopherol acetate). Compared with synthetic vitamin E, the body can more efficiently transport and deliver natural vitamin E to targeted tissues. Current research in several species, including horses, shows that natural vitamin E is two to three times more potent than synthetic.
Research Shows How Different Types of Vitamin E Are Absorbed
Assessment of vitamin E status is accomplished by measuring levels in plasma. In a recent study, plasma levels of horses consuming three types of vitamin E were compared: synthetic vitamin E acetate powder, natural vitamin E acetate powder (Elevate Concentrate), and natural, water-soluble vitamin E liquid (Elevate W.S.).Dramatic increases were noted in horses fed natural, water-soluble vitamin E liquid (Elevate W.S.). From baseline values, blood levels rose an astonishing 207% when horses were given 8,000 IU of water-soluble vitamin E liquid (Elevate W.S). Blood levels of natural vitamin E acetate powder (Elevate Concentrate) also increased, but not as quickly. This study did show that plasma levels fell slightly when horses were fed synthetic vitamin E powder.
Biopotency of Common Sources of Vitamin E
Elevate® Concentrate serving instructions:
The feeding level depends on the type of horse, level of activity, and nutritional and management practices that affect vitamin E needs.
1 scoop (1 oz) = 5,000 IU of natural vitamin E
Maintenance to moderate exercise: ½ scoop per day (2,500 IU vitamin E/day)
Stalled horses or horses maintained on poor pasture: ½ scoop per day (2,500 IU vitamin E/day)
Intense competition or training: ½ to 1 scoop per day (2,500 to 5,000 IU vitamin E/day)
Broodmares and stallions: ½ to 1 scoop per day (2,500 to 5,000 IU vitamin E/day)
To support healthy muscle function: 1 to 2 scoops per day (5,000 to 10,000 IU vitamin E/day)
To support healthy nerve function: 1 to 2 scoops per day (5,000 to 10,000 IU vitamin E/day)
Storage and shelf life:
Store Elevate® Concentrate in a cool, dry place. Reseal lid during storage. Shelf life is 24 months from date of manufacture when stored under suitable conditions.
2 lb (.910 kg) jar (contains 32 scoops)