Laminitis Carbohydrate Overload
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- “During certain periods of time, with certain grasses, especially rye grasses, the highly digestible carbohydrates within the grass goes up and down.
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- Further, a thorough history can help the practitioner determine whether the laminitis likely developed due to systemic disease, carbohydrate overload, medications (such as corticosteroids), or whether it's an idiopathic case.
- The Lowdown on Fat Supplementation for Horses
- Fats and oils are commonly used in horse feeds to increase the calorie content of the feed or to replace the calories supplied by carbohydrates.
- First Response: Laminitis
- Any horse can develop acute laminitis, caused by an overload of carbohydrates, severe gastrointestinal illness or mechanical stresses. More common, however, is the chronic form, a milder condition triggered by hormonal imbalances associated with equine ...