We get you, because we are you, and we know that around every turn at the barn lies something terrifying…but usually only if you’re a horse person/rider. For this video, we asked the riders at SmartPak two questions: 1) What things scare you only if you are with your horse, and 2) What horsey nightmares have you had? Of the tons and tons of responses we got, we used 21 of them in the video. Can you spot them all? Let us know in the comments! (And be sure to tell us what we missed!) Last but not least, make sure to SUBSCRIBE to our channel so you can know when our next masterpiece comes out!
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Want to learn what vitamins help stop ED? Free report - http://healthyat60plus.com/erectiledysfunction 4 Best Vitamins For Erectile Dysfunction Questions - call me at 609-410-4790 Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsA4hVXp7CfMan09GcIYS3A Vit D Video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TsR6qCTP9Yk Vitamin Therapy Video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CI_sGNnuNIA While there are some medication and other medical treatments for erectile dysfunction, there are some vitamins linked to improved sexual health. Here are the five best vitamins to boost erectile function. Vitamin D According to one research, almost half of men with varying degrees of erectile dysfunction has low levels of vitamin D. And, those with severe form of erectile dysfunction have 24 percent lower levels as compared to those with mild forms, notes Men's Health. When a man has vitamin D deficiency, the body may produce more free radicals called superoxide ions, which in turn reduces nitric oxide. Vitamin B3 In another study, researchers found that men with high levels of cholesterol could improve erectile function with the intake of vitamin B3, or niacin. According to the findings, published online in The Journal of Sexual Medicine, men who have moderate or severe erectile dysfunction showed improvement in their erection after they started taking niacin. Vitamin C Another vitamin that helps in good blood flow is vitamin C. It is important to include foods rich in vitamin C in your diet because it also boost sperm count and mobility, and promotes healthier veins for improved erectile function. Sources of natural vitamin C include citrus fruits, berries, pineapple, papaya, tomatoes and spinach, says Healthline. Vitamin A Apart from its other health benefits that include bone growth, improved immune system and better vision, vitamin A is also vital in controlling the sex hormone progesterone for improved sexual health. #ED #erectiledysfunction #impotence #vitamins Article Source- www.latinoshealth.com/articles/18538/20160208/5-best-vitamins-against-erectile-dysfunction.htm
Views: 949237 Healthy At 60 Plus
Horse Supplements are Horse Journal recommended. Used by many of World's TOP Riders. We help you determine which equine supplements to feed your specific horse based on his health, how he behaves, how hard you work him and his unique environment. Avoid the marketing hype with unrealistic claims. Let us know what else you'd like to know about supplements as we will be making more videos that address horse enthusiasts most frequently asked questions.
Views: 371 grandmead2009
Here's my first video answer to user-submitted questions on Facebook, Twitter, and mySpace. The question was: "what supplements do YOU take?" Thanks to Sony for sending over a Webbie HD Camera, which I've been using to film these in my office. MORE TO COME SOON! Submit new questions at facebook.com/droz, twitter.com/droz, myspace.com/droz.
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http://www.thinklikeahorse.org/ - Here I talk about why wearing muck or water proof boots when working with horses help teach good lessons. If you do NOT wear water boots you will avoid water and mud, you will not act natural, you will act worried or scared of mud and water puddles, this will send conflicting messages to your horse. I also talk about changing a horses diet and follow up on a questions about feeding horses and briefly talk about shots and how you should spread them out over time and not give all shots at one time. I also talk about my website and UC Davis web site about horse health and cutting edge horse care. Here is a link to UCD website: http://www.vetmed.ucdavis.edu/ Here is a link to the Muck Boots store: http://www.muckbootcompany.com/women/farm-ranch-work/Pages/HoserClassicHi.aspx
Views: 4376 Think Like A Horse
A unique online Horse Quiz where you can sharpen your general knowledge with unlimited access to over 960 (and growing) in depth questions and answers. This product is great for 4H horsebowl students, and is advanced enough to supplement the studies of college veterinary students.
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1. Black or brown tack? 2. Most annoying habit your horse has? 3. Ever fallen off? How? 4. Describe your horse’s personality. 5. Hot horse or lazy horse? 6. Riding idol? 7. Biggest riding pet peeve. 8. Natural or pulled/trimmed manes? 9. Favorite breed, why? 10. First thing you look for when watching someone else ride? 11. What does your trainer yell the most at you? 12. What do you need to work on most? 13. The highest you’ve jumped, fastest you’ve run the barrels, best dressage score (whatever question applies to the discipline you do)? 14. Do you sing around your horse? 15. Work in an arena or a field? 16. Something you’d change about your horse? (don’t say nothing because we all know theres actually something) 17. Craziest thing you’ve ever done with your horse? 18. Ever ridden tackless? 19. What was your first horse like? 20. Can your horse do any tricks? 21. Describe something odd your horse does. 22. Favorite clinician you’ve ridden with. 23. Broken any bones riding? 24. Ever tried the opposite discipline? 25. Does your horse like to eat/drink anything weird? 26. What are your colors? 27. Opinion on _______? (add your own) ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ Kik on_the_horses_back Instagram ( main ) @on_the_horses_back Instagram @on_the_horses_back_random Instagram @hannah.bivens.photography www.ask.fm/on_the_horses_back My other channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjpNiL35J8TRo84Qs78geCg Sponsor info Etsy ❤️https://www.etsy.com/shop/vestiviequine Instagram ❤️ vestiviequine ❤️ _beautiful_custom_brushes ❤️ equi.customs ❤️ amazing_reins Please go on my ask.fm it would mean the world to me I answer your questions 💁🏼😘
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You asked, we answered! In this episode of our monthly series, Ask the Vet, Dr. Lydia Gray and SmartPaker Sarah start out by answering some fan mail! Then they answer your questions about tick prevention, straw bedding, when to call the vet, the noises that comes from a gelding's sheath, bone supplements for horses with navicular, and way more! If your question was answered in this video, reach out to us at CustomerCare@SmartPak.com and let us know! We'll get your gift card out to you as soon as we can! Additional reading/watching material mentioned in the video: Ask the Vet individual topics playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfYc1fRT-Znh7r1veIfAzMUHd-AsA85sY Ask the Vet blogs: http://blog.smartpakequine.com/category/ask-the-vet/ Horse Health Library Videos: http://pak.horse/HHLvids Ask the Vet form: http://pak.horse/2gkBThy Ask the Vet - Dealing with Navicular issues in horses: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q_YDyNizYpc Navicular Problems in Horses: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L3xEun8GYis Bone health sub-category of joint supplements: https://www.smartpakequine.com/bone-health-1685pc Ask the Vet - Lyme disease in horses: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAEY66o-1IM Have some of your own questions? Ask away using #AsktheVetVideo! If your question gets selected to be in one of our Ask the Vet videos, you win a SmartPak gift card! How awesome is that!? Make sure to SUBSCRIBE so that you know when the next episode comes out - your question may be featured! Questions answered in this episode: 1. As it relates to horse health, what are the pros and cons of straw bedding? 2. When should one call the vet for the horse? And please do not say, "in any situation when you are not sure," because that is almost all the time and would become very expensive and bothersome to the vet! Aside from trauma, what are some other obvious signals to do so? 3. My gelding makes weird noises with his sheath when we work...I'm told that it's air, is that true? What is the cause? Is there anything I can do about it? 4. I was wondering what you thought about using bone health supplements on a horse with navicular. Horse in question was first X-rayed in 2011. Since then has had regular Osphos and has stayed sound for normal work. Would a bone supplement help keep the horse sound as she gets older? Will one even help a horse with navicular? 5. What’s the best way to deal with ticks? As summer is approaching, more and more riders are trail riding and trails mean ticks. I always find them on my horse and am not sure about proper removal. How should we treat the wound after pulling the tick out? Any good prevention tactics? My horse gets nasty swollen bites...any SmartPak supplements or products to help?
Views: 1166 SmartPak
Have questions about your horse? Not sure where to look or who to ask to get the answers you can trust? Pick up a copy of SmartPak's Supplement & Horse Care Guide! The Summer 2013 edition has all the answers you're looking for when it comes to joint health, shiny coats, hoof health, breeches, and so much more. Plus, you'll get to hear some of the designers talk about their favorite parts of the Guide to work on, and get a behind-the-scenes look at how it all came together. Not on the mailing list? Visit SmartPak.com and sign up today!
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We all know that we need to feed hay to horses, the biggest questions are often, how much, what nutritional value and so on. This part really is rocket science and everyone has a different answer. What I didnt know was how hay can impact the performance levels of the horse. This is a short clip taken from the Lunch and Learn at the Winter Equestrian Festival last season. It talks about the 4 reasons we feed forage and how it impacts the performance of your show horse. This is the first video in the series of videos from this lecture. make sure you click through or subscribe to our channel to watch the rest! www.youtube.com/dressagehub
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This video is taken from the February 2016 episode (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IXf4IrZbgt8) of SmartPak's Ask the Vet video series featuring SmartPaker Sarah and Dr. Lydia Gray, SmartPak's Medical Director and Staff Veterinarian. To see more from our Ask the Vet video series, you can check them out on the SmartPak blog (lhttp://pak.horse/2bt0jyw), SmartPak's Horse Health Library (http://pak.horse/HHLvideos), or on our Ask the Vet playlist (https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfYc1fRT-Znh7r1veIfAzMUHd-AsA85sY). Want to know when the next Ask the Vet videos get posted? SUBSCRIBE to our channel! Want your question answered so you can win a SmartPak gift card? Ask your horse health question in the comments, on any of our social media channels, on our blog, or email them to CustomerCare@SmartPak.com and be sure to use #askthevetvideo. Happy learning and #haveagreatride.
Views: 344 SmartPak
A new study raises questions about the popular supplement's safety, including its impact on cancer patients having chemotherapy. Dr. David Agus leads USC's Westside Cancer Center and joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the new concerns.
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Is protein good or bad for horses? — Internationally renowned Equine Nutritionist Dr Tania Cubitt reveals numerous myths about protein in horses diets and highlights the importance of this nutrient in the horse’s diet. Visit our website for detailed info on Equine Nutrition and our amazing Feeds: http://www.hygain.com.au Follow HYGAIN https://www.facebook.com/HygainFeeds http://www.pinterest.com/hygain/ In this Video: Dr Tania Cubitt consulting nutritionist to HYGAIN talks about the importance of protein in your horse’s diet, where it is sourced from as well as what happens if there is an excess or deficiency in the diet. Many horse owners are scared of protein and believe it makes their horse crazy or hot. Some think it causes laminitis and growth problems in young horses or even leads to kidney damage. In reality though, protein does not cause any of these issues. We will help better understand this important nutrient and discover your horse’s requirements and quality sources. We have broken this video up into 3 sections to talk you through the role of protein in your horse’s diet. 0:30 Common misconceptions about Protein Protein Digestion 1:14 Learn how protein is digested in the horse’s body and what it is used for. Protein Requirements 1:50 Tania explains the extremely variable absorption rates and the difference between good and poor quality protein sources. Protein excess and deficiency 2:33 Do you know what happens to your horse when it is protein deficient or receiving too much? Find out here. Protein Sources in horse feeds 3:22 There are several sources of protein in the horse’s diet ranging from good to poor quality sources. You will have a great understanding which common horse feed ingredients are a good or poor sources of protein. Make sure to Like, Comment and Share this video and Subscribe if you haven't done so already!! Share this Video: http://youtu.be/9Z3rs1v_S8Q Subscribe To Our Equine Nutrition & Health Channel and Get Loads of Practical Tips: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQOCcmVKEKsV6KUqzpI0ztQ Other Videos To Watch: Nutritional and Health Benefits of Processing grains for horses http://youtu.be/AYSaExllX2E The Equine Digestive System http://youtu.be/tuzTJ77IQAY Still have questions? – Just get in touch with us and we will answer your questions ASAP! http://www.hygain.com.au/contact/ The Truth about Protein in horse diets
Views: 8243 Hy Gain Feeds
(Chris) Hello, I’m Dr. Chris Blevins with Kansas State University Veterinary Health Center with Horsing Around. Today, let’s talk about supplements. There’s a lot of things out there that you can feed and put in front of your horse, whether they’re treats, whether they’re nutritional aspects to add either body condition to your horse or to help the hooves or different labels based on health of your horse, or calmness, electrolytes. There’s different ways that they can issue it based on paste, powders, pellets, already in feeds. And so when trying not to get lost with all those, what are things that you need to be looking for when it comes to supplements for your horse? You have to remember that all supplements usually aren’t necessarily completely regulated, specifically based on what they’re doing for the animal. So, they’re a nutraceutical. The FDA does regulate to make sure that the supplement is safe for your horse or your animal, but it doesn’t necessarily mean that the supplement is effective or it fixes whatever it says on the label. So, the regulation is based on safety but not necessarily that of effectiveness of that product. So, always keep those things in mind when you look at different products to buy for your horse. It sure could be safe, but how effective it is, is always in question. Now, when you think about paste, and powders and pellets and what should be or things to think about for your animal always remember that the horse, based on whatever is in their diet as long as it’s fairly balanced, doesn’t need a lot of extra supplementation. I think that if you ever have questions, especially with very young and very old horses, that then more supplements are possibly or potentially could be added. Lysine is an amino acid that sometimes is low and that is needed for foals. So different products could be higher in Lysine that you could supplement for foals and just something to think about as far as a supplement. Older horses, we always try to think about balancing their diet and if they’re getting a complete feed, or if they’re just getting some processed feed that you have to kind of add together and mix and match so everything is correctly balanced for the animal. And that could be pretty complicated and sometimes having an equine nutritionist help with those things are always helpful. And like always, talk to your veterinarian. Sometimes they can give you some very beneficial information when it comes to nutrition. In addition they can guide you to somebody else, as far as an expert in equine nutrition that they can work with you and the veterinarian to come up with the best thing for each individual animal. Most middle aged horses are fine without most supplementation but always think about things as far as your animal and body condition. That’s the biggest thing when it comes to animals. You know, the other thing is hoof supplements that will be in foods. And a lot of ‘em are gonna have biotin. And how that biotin is helpful, bioavailability of the biotin and what that kind of does. You know, we’re looking for sulfur bonds and hoof health. And they’re finding some of those are variable as far as how effective really they are. And a lot of things too is to remember that a lot of hoof health has to do with blood supply and working with your farrier on keeping a good foundation of the hoof together. And the environment the horse is on, whether it’s dry or if it’s moist environment and different things that can affect the hoof. So, those would be the first things to think about. Potentially could add some different supplements for hoof health, but really how effective some of those are again, are in question and wondering whether, how effective they are is something that you should talk to your veterinarian, your farrier and equine nutritionist about when it comes to those things, even about hoof. There’s electrolytes that they can add if you’re going on a lot of endurance riding, sweating, horses do sweat, so salts and electrolytes sometimes are helpful in re-balancing that. Make sure they have plenty of access to water. Again if you have any questions about supplements, nutrition of your horse, and body condition scoring of your horse, talk to your veterinarian. Your veterinarian may even help with finding a good equine nutritionist to consult with you. And having those realms to ask and figure out what’s the best for your animal is always beneficial to equine health. I’m Dr. Chris Blevins, at Kansas State University Veterinary Health Center with Horsing Around and we’ll see you around.
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Chad Mathes answers Katie Foulk's questions: "When it comes to joint supplements how do you go about pickin the right one, there are so many to choose from. Are joint supplements mainly for horses with current joint problems or do they also aid in prevention. Is hauling a horse hard on their joints? If so what are ways to ease the stress on their joints?"
Views: 435 Heel.O.Matic Training Systems
Advanced Biological Concepts E-Learning Series - Webinar: "Equine Health Questions - Ask the Experts." You asked, we answered! Discussion topics include: Kidney and Bladder Stones, Water and Water Testing, Goats, Donkeys, and Llamas, Thyroid, Immune Support, Skin Allergies, Digestive Support, and Inner Ear Plaque, or Aural Papillima. Learn about our Equine Supplements or purchase at: http://www.abcplus.biz
Views: 404 Jim Helfter
Download our Roku App! http://pak.horse/SPRokuApp We know you have horse health questions, and we want to help! Each month, SmartPaker Sarah and Dr. Lydia Gray, SmartPak's Staff Veterinarian and Medical Director, will answer questions submitted by you - our loyal subscribers, followers, fans, and friends! In addition to the comments section on this video, you can submit your questions in any of these places using #AsktheVetVideo: Our Ask the Vet Questions form!: http://pak.horse/2fHxox1 SmartPak's Blog: http://blog.smartpakequine.com/ Facebook: http://pak.horse/FacebookATV Instagram: http://pak.horse/InstagramATV Twitter: http://pak.horse/TwitterATV We'll be accepting questions for our August 2018 video until June 28, 2018. Then we'll let you vote on our blog for the questions that you want answered! If your question gets voted to be answered, you win a SmartPak Gift Card! Check out our blog post for all the details (http://pak.horse/1VCQL3M). Good luck, and have a great ride!
Views: 156 SmartPak
Learn how to properly feed your show and performance horses with tips from our Equine Nutritionist, Dr. Marty Adams. In February 2015, we made some improvements to our Legends® horse feed line, including name updates and new packaging. Visit us at SouthernStates.com/legends to learn more about our Legends line of feeds. Any questions? Contact our Feed Customer Support Line at 888-221-8987 or via email - email@example.com Learn more and share your questions at http://www.southernstates.com/ Join our online community to meet fellow farmers: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/SouthernStatesCoop Twitter - https://twitter.com/southernstates Pinterest - http://www.pinterest.com/southernstates/
Views: 23482 SouthernStatesCoop
You asked, we answered! In this episode of our monthly series, Ask the Vet, Dr. Lydia Gray and SmartPaker Sarah answer your questions about cannon keratosis, how to remove bot eggs from your horse, most recommended joint supplements, how to increase your horse's fitness level, and bran mashes. Have some of your own questions? Ask away! If your question gets selected to be in one of our Ask the Vet videos, you win a SmartPak gift card! How awesome is that!? All you have to do is submit your question on this video before November 1, 2016, using #askthevetvideo. If your question was answered in this video, reach out to us at CustomerCare@SmartPak.com and let us know! We'll get your gift card out to you as soon as we can! You can also ask your questions on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or our blog, where you can read all of Dr. Lydia Gray's Ask the Vet articles (http://pak.horse/1TxdXlf)! Make sure to SUBSCRIBE so that you know when the next episode comes out - your question may be featured! Questions answered in this episode: 1. What is the fungus horses get on the front of their cannon bones on their back legs, and how can I get rid of it? 2. What’s the best way to control/remove bot eggs from your horse? 3. What is your most recommended joint supplement? And would you recommend an all-in-one supplement for a horse that needs joint support? 4. Any advice on increasing your horse’s fitness level? 5. Are bran mashes beneficial to horses? How often should I feed my horse a bran mash?
Views: 3230 SmartPak
http://www.thinklikeahorse.org/ Here is talk about the horse's digestive system and why I feed horses even if they are in pasture. I talk about when horses have a choice about what to eat, they normally do NOT eat bad food. However, when a horse is locked in a stall and is unnaturally staved all day and only thrown a flake a hay once or twice a day, their hunger over rides the instinct to NOT eat bad food, so they eat mold or mice or dead birds in the hay and that is one reasons horses colic - lots of other reason like lack of clean water, not being able to graze and eat all day like they are designed to do, feeding only dry tightly pack hay so they eat clumps and do not chew slowly and let their system work the way it is designed to work. FACT: A horse's stomach does NOT stretch like a human stomach, so when a horse eats FAST and fills the stomach very quickly, the stomach forces undigested food into the system before it is ready, another issue that contributes to colic. When a horse is starved and not feed all day, the intestines empty, NOT GOOD, so now all the twist and turns collapse and kink which can cause blockage or impaction colic. Loving a horse and keeping them locked up so they are safe and clean and easy to catch or because people say that is the only way they can keep them is what kills them and is why colic is so common because of the way horses are kept and fed. The same reason Foal rejection is so common nowadays. Mares don't run herd - Stallions or high geldings run herds. People who say Mares run herds are believing the old wives tales and urban legends. This is pretty good video that shows how a horse's digestive system works and why feeding once a twice a day is bad and not healthy for the horse. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8lqk7igz9L4
Views: 112031 Think Like A Horse
Part 1 - of a three part series: I start off with answering some horse questions I got about abused horses and crazy horses - then a stupid horses tries to run off so I have to teach him a lesson and chase him and abuse him then after I show him who is boss I show how you can scare a horse with the same thing that you want the horse NOT to be scared of. One horse is hurt and the other is killed in the filming of this video, if you don't want to see it don't hit play. I also talk about some dummy that told me only I suck and only Gay Guys are the best with horses - I politely refer her to another channel. I also talk about a lady that sent me a threatening email about telling me she unsubscribed to my channel since she did not like the way I describe women and then I talk about the 1000s of letter I get from WOMEN that tell me I am spot on about by description of barn witches. Here is the link to video where I chase, abuse and be mean to my horses: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jNuCTNElRYM Here is link to Part ONE before I chase them: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ebIPxksrq0 Think Like A Horse Website: http://www.thinklikeahorse.org/
Views: 13392 Think Like A Horse
We know you have horse health questions, and we want to help! Each month, SmartPaker Sarah and Dr. Lydia Gray, SmartPak's Staff Veterinarian and Medical Director, will answer questions submitted by you - our loyal subscribers, followers, fans, and friends - so we need your questions! In addition to the comments section on this video, you can submit your questions in any of these places using #AsktheVetVideo: Our Ask the Vet Questions form!: http://pak.horse/2fHxox1 SmartPak's Blog: http://pak.horse/2xAsdHs Facebook: http://pak.horse/FacebookATV Instagram: http://pak.horse/InstagramATV Twitter: http://pak.horse/TwitterATV We'll be accepting questions for our December 2017 video until October 27, 2017. Then we'll let you vote on our blog, Twitter, and here on YouTube for the questions that you want answered! If your question gets voted to be answered, you win a SmartPak Gift Card! Check out our blog post for more details (http://pak.horse/1VCQL3M). Good luck, and have a great ride!
Views: 249 SmartPak
You asked, we answered! In the first episode of our new monthly series, Ask the Vet, Dr. Lydia Gray and SmartPaker Sarah answer your questions about how to blanket a horse correctly, should you ride in a quarter sheet, what to do about a horse that coughs and sneezes during warm up, whether or not horses can develop immunities to supplements, and what is the best supplement for a young horse with arthritis that shows up mostly in the winter. Have some of your own questions? Ask away! If your question gets is selected to be in one of our Ask the Vet videos, you win a SmartPak Gift Card! How awesome is that!? All you have to do is submit your question on this video or any of our Ask the Vet videos between February 1, 2016, and February 11, 2016, using #askthevetvideo. You can also ask your questions on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or our blog, where you can read all of Dr. Lydia Gray's Ask the Vet articles (http://pak.horse/1TxdXlf)! Make sure to SUBSCRIBE so that you know when the next episode comes out - your question may be featured! Questions answered in this episode: 1. How do you blanket a horse correctly in the winter months? At what temperatures should I move from a light weight to a medium or a heavy? 2. Hello! I rode in a quarter sheet for the first time this winter today. Where I live when I ride it is usually 40-50° F. I usually warm up with it on and take it off... should I keep it on the entire ride or not? Thank you (my horse has a full body clip btw!). 3. I started fully leasing an 11-year-old Paint this spring. For the first ten minutes or so of warming up, he coughs and sneezes constantly, and then he's fine. However, if we stop and walk around for a bit and then start working again, he starts coughing and sneezing. His owner says he's been tested for lots of things, including allergies, and they've come back with nothing. Any suggestions? 4. Can horses develop "immunities" to supplements if fed the same thing for many years? For example, will my horse's joint supplement become less effective over time, requiring her to upgrade to a stronger supplement? (She is only 6-years-old, so it will be a long while before she needs to switch to a senior one!) 5. I have a 5-year-old horse that has slight arthritis on the bottom of her knee. The arthritis shows up in the winter time the most. What supplement do you recommend for arthritis pain?
Views: 6305 SmartPak
In this video I'll show you the 4 researched-backed compounds that are the best treatment for ED symptoms. Get The #1 Supplement For ED here http://goo.gl/MIq65u ED is not a problem in and of itself, but rather, it's a symptom of something else. With that being said, ED has been a problematic issue for many men. The solution most opt for to solve this problem are pharmaceuticals drugs. The problem is this approach is just a band-aid that doesn't really eliminate the underlying cause. So I put together this video explaining 4 Compounds that are the best treatment for ed symptoms. They are as follows: Garlic 4:1 Extract Horse Chestnut Extract Pine Bark Extract Vitamin C I've combined this list into my new supplement called Redwood. It's the most awesome solution out there for ED issues. Redwood, the erectile dysfunction remedy suppement, is currently available here - http://goo.gl/MIq65u Follow Me On Social Media: Website: https://truthnutra.com/yt Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/truthnutra/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/truthnutra/ Personal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_christopherwalker/ Truth Nutra Products: Shop For Supplements - https://truthnutra.com/supplements Shop For Books - https://truthnutra.com/books Shop For Apparel - https://truthnutra.com/apparel Use code "YOUTUBE" For 10% Off! Frequently Asked Questions About Redwood - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5mH6tfjn4co
Views: 149521 Christopher Walker
Presenter, Dr. Stephanie Valberg, DVM, PhD, is the Mary Anne McPhail Dressage Chair in Equine Sports Medicine at Michigan State University. Dr. Valberg’s research centers on neuromuscular diseases in horses with a special focus on genetic diseases of skeletal muscle and their nutritional management. Polysaccharide storage myopathy (PSSM) is a muscle disease that causes horses to develop muscle pain, tying-up and exercise intolerance. To date two forms of PSSM are described: type 1 and type 2. Type 1 PSSM is caused by a genetic mutation in the glycogen synthase 1 gene which causes excessive storage of sugar (glycogen) in skeletal muscle. Clinical trials have shown that horses with type 1 PSSM respond well to low starch, high fat diets and regular exercise. Much less in known about type 2 PSSM since the cause or causes have yet to be determined and clinical trials have not been performed to study diet and exercise responses. Our Equine Neuromuscular Diagnostic Laboratory has received muscle biopsies from hundreds of horses diagnosed with type 2 PSSM based on the microscopic appearance of glycogen in muscle samples. We asked horse owners to provide us with information on how well their horses responded to diet and exercise recommendations. Our goal with the November 14th webinar is to describe the symptoms reported for horses diagnosed with type 2 PSSM by muscle biopsy and to review the information we have analyzed from responses provided by horse owners. This is our chance to thank the owners of type 2 PSSM horses that took the time to answer our questions and share their experiences with other owners.
Views: 2389 MyHorseUniversity
In this excerpt from the July 2017 episode of Ask the Vet, Dr. Gray and SmartPaker Sarah answer a question that every horse owner has faced at one time or another and as Dr. Gray recently found out, the answer isn't as easy as you might think. To see more from our Ask the Vet video series, you can check them out on the SmartPak blog (http://pak.horse/2bt0jyw), SmartPak's Horse Health Library (http://pak.horse/HHLvideos), or on our Ask the Vet playlist (https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfYc1fRT-Znh7r1veIfAzMUHd-AsA85sY). Want to know when the next Ask the Vet videos get posted? SUBSCRIBE to our channel! Want your question answered so you can win a SmartPak gift card? Ask your horse health question in the comments, on any of our social media channels, on our blog, or on our new form at www.SmartPak.com/AsktheVetQuestions and be sure to use #AsktheVetVideo. Happy learning and #haveagreatride.
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Cool new site offers reviews of your web site. Here's an example of a review for a horse supplement site. It's an easy service to use and what's even better they help walk you through questions that you should be asking. BTW it's an inexpensive service that gives you that extra set of eyes (and opinion) based on the reviewer (you choose the reviewers demographics which is cool) who shares everything with you as they go through your site. Watch the short video to get an idea of what you'll get and what they are capable of. The site is called usertesting.com and its pretty amazing
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Please watch: "How I Eat For Abs by Vegan Nutritionist / Athlete" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EvBlGuywFy8 --~-- The Everyday Vegan: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sohy8nKhrPE Be The Change Journals: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMg8MstOvsMseKVbI1D3mYw Emma Louisa: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKZIqLWqUgW541ldU_MNmkA Till The Cows Come Home: http://www.tillthecowscomehome.net/
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We know you have horse health questions, and we want to help! Each month, SmartPaker Sarah and Dr. Lydia Gray, SmartPak's Staff Veterinarian and Medical Director, will answer questions submitted by you - our loyal subscribers, followers, fans, and friends - so we need your questions! In addition to the comments section on this video, you can submit your questions in any of these places using #AsktheVetVideo: Our Ask the Vet Questions form!: http://pak.horse/2fHxox1 SmartPak's Blog: http://pak.horse/2xAsdHs Facebook: http://pak.horse/FacebookATV Instagram: http://pak.horse/InstagramATV Twitter: http://pak.horse/TwitterATV We'll be accepting questions for our March 2018 video until February 8, 2018. Then we'll let you vote on our blog, Twitter, and here on YouTube for the questions that you want answered! If your question gets voted to be answered, you win a SmartPak Gift Card! Check out our blog post for more details (http://pak.horse/1VCQL3M). Good luck, and have a great ride!
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Peter's breakfast juice of choice is the balanced blend he demonstrates in this video. WHY? Starting the day with a good foundation for the body, to have energy throughout the day and oil the garden gates before they creek - that's Peter's reason for drinking his morning juice. JUICE INGREDIENTS: 2 Carrots 2 apples 1 celery 1 beet 1 piece of ginger 1/2 lemon 25ml of flax oil Hemp Protein Powder from Supplements Wise (90% hemp & 10% superfood mix) Got any questions? Ask us in the comments below!
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Get Dr. Berg's New Electrolyte Powder: http://bit.ly/ElectrolytePowderCart10 (use this code: IK7H05 to get 10% off) Take Dr. Berg's Advanced Evaluation Quiz: http://bit.ly/EvalQuiz Your report will then be sent via email analyzing 104 potential symptoms, giving you a much deeper insight into the cause-effect relationship of your body issues. It's free and very enlightening. Calcium and magnesium go beyond just bone and teeth function. Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio: Dr. Berg, 51 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in weight loss through nutritional and natural methods. His private practice is located in Alexandria, Virginia. His clients include senior officials in the U.S. government and the Justice Department, ambassadors, medical doctors, high-level executives of prominent corporations, scientists, engineers, professors, and other clients from all walks of life. He is the author of The 7 Principles of Fat Burning, published by KB Publishing in January 2011. Dr. Berg trains chiropractors, physicians and allied healthcare practitioners in his methods, and to date he has trained over 2,500 healthcare professionals. He has been an active member of the Endocrinology Society, and has worked as a past part-time adjunct professor at Howard University. DR. BERG'S VIDEO BLOG: http://www.drberg.com/blog FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/DrEricBerg TWITTER: http://twitter.com/DrBergDC YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/drericberg123 ABOUT DR. BERG: http://www.drberg.com/dr-eric-berg/bio DR. BERG'S SEMINARS: http://www.drberg.com/seminars DR. BERG'S STORY: http://www.drberg.com/dr-eric-berg/story DR. BERG'S CLINIC: https://www.drberg.com/dr-eric-berg/clinic DR. BERG'S HEALTH COACHING TRAINING: http://www.drberg.com/weight-loss-coach DR. BERG'S SHOP: http://shop.drberg.com/ DR. BERG'S REVIEWS: http://www.drberg.com/reviews The Health & Wellness Center 4709 D Pinecrest Office Park Drive Alexandria, VA 22312 703-354-7336 Disclaimer: Dr. Berg does not diagnose, treat or prevent any medical conditions; instead he helps people create their health to avoid health problems. He works with their physicians, which regular their medication. This video is not designed to and does not provide medical advice, professional diagnosis, opinion, treatment or services to you or to any other individual. Through my videos, blog posts, website information, I give suggestions for you and your doctor to research and provide general information for educational purposes only. The information provided in this video or site, or through linkages to other sites, is not a substitute for medical or professional care, and you should not use the information in place of a visit, call consultation or the advice of your physician or other healthcare provider. The Health & Wellness and Dr. Eric Berg, D.C. are not liable or responsible for any advice, course of treatment, diagnosis or any other information, services or product you obtain through this video or site.
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Seedy toe in horses can be a painful and chronic condition. In this hoof health video, SmartPak's Hoof Health Consultant, Danvers Child, CJF, explains the causes, signs, and management of seedy toe, so you and your farrier can take better care of your horse. Have more hoof health or hoof care questions? Subscribe to our channel, and be sure to check out our Horse Health Library at SmartPak.com by clicking here (http://bit.ly/1p2ZL1Z)! #haveagreatride
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Previous Years Asked GK Questions 1991 2018 The country also known as “Country of Copper" is? Which organ is known as Adam's Apple? The National Flag was adopted by the Constituent Assembly of India on? What is the Theme for Yoga Day 2018? The First International Day of Yoga was observed on? The UNO(United Nations Organization) was formed in the year INTERPOL means The famous rock garden is located in which city? The City which is also known as the City of Canals is? The main constituent of gobar gas is The clear sky looks blue because of? Only indian to win Nobel prize in Economics? The Place known as the Roof of the world is? What is The Color Of Octopus Blood? The World bank was formed in which year? The Country known as the Land of Thunderbolts is ? The Name of Alexander's horse was? The Country known as the Sugar Bowl of the world is? First Woman IAS Officer Of India? City Agra is Located on Banks of Which River?
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We know you have horse health questions, and we want to help! Each month, SmartPaker Sarah and Dr. Lydia Gray, SmartPak's Staff Veterinarian and Medical Director, will answer questions submitted by you - our loyal subscribers, followers, fans, and friends! In addition to the comments section on this video, you can submit your questions in any of these places using #askthevetvideo: SmartPak's Blog: (http://pak.horse/29OAefO) Facebook: http://pak.horse/FacebookATV Instagram: http://pak.horse/InstagramATV Twitter: http://pak.horse/TwitterATV Email: CustomerCare@SmartPak.com We'll be accepting questions for our November video until October 7, 2016. Then we'll let you vote on our blog for the questions that you want answered! If your question gets voted to be answered, you win a SmartPak Gift Card! Check out our blog post for all the details (http://pak.horse/1VCQL3M). Good luck, and have a great ride!
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Hi everyone! Hope everyones having a great competition season. As I stress in the video I absolutely love Stamanol and the effect it has on Penny and Spencer, so I thought I would share a review. All links are below! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Where you can buy stamanol: https://www.k-m-naturals.com.au/products/stamanol Stamanol Main Website: https://www.stamanol.com.au K&M Naturals Herbal Supplements: https://www.k-m-naturals.com.au/collections/all/mix ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SPONSORS: K&M Naturals: http://www.k-m-naturals.com.au Equalia: https://www.facebook.com/equalia.online/ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SOCIAL MEDIA: Ask.fm: http://ask.fm/ponies_on_wheels Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ponies_on_w... Blog: https://poniesonwheels.wordpress.com Snapchat: poniesonwheels Business Inquiry email: firstname.lastname@example.org ————————————————————————————— COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS: How old are you? 16 Where are you located? Western Australia Do you own, lease or lesson? I own 2 horses What breeds are your horses? Standardbred and thoroughbred ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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You asked, we answered! In this episode of our monthly series, Ask the Vet, Dr. Lydia Gray and SmartPaker Sarah answer your questions about hot and cold therapy, guaranteed analysis on feed labels, getting horses to drink water in the winter, when to switch your horse to a senior feed, and round bales of hay. Plus, #dadjokes ! Have some of your own questions? Ask away! If your question gets selected to be in one of our Ask the Vet videos, you win a SmartPak gift card! How awesome is that!? All you have to do is submit your question on this video before December 23, 2016, using #askthevetvideo. If your question was answered in this video, reach out to us at CustomerCare@SmartPak.com and let us know! We'll get your gift card out to you as soon as we can! You can also ask your questions on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or our blog, where you can read all of Dr. Lydia Gray's Ask the Vet articles (http://pak.horse/1TxdXlf)! Make sure to SUBSCRIBE so that you know when the next episode comes out - your question may be featured! Questions answered in this episode: 1. What is the difference between hot and cold therapy (i.e. sweating the leg and icing or cold hosing, respectively), and under what circumstances should each be used? 2. How do you break down and interpret the guaranteed analysis on a feed label? 3. I know during the fall and winter it is a lot easier for horses to become dehydrated. Because of the cooler temperatures, they aren't as inclined to drink their water as they are in the hotter months. This was the reason my horse got impaction colic last week. It was a very scary experience and I really don't want it to happen again. What are some ways to encourage horses to drink during the fall and winter months and make sure they stay hydrated, other than keeping fresh water in front of them all the time and providing a salt lick? 4. When should you switch your horse to a senior feed? 5. Are round bales healthy enough for horses to eat? Do they provide enough minerals to help maintain a healthy diet in horses?
Views: 1454 SmartPak
Announcing #PagingDrRam! You have questions about your pets. We have answers. You're invited to join us in a Google+ Hangout March 18 from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. to learn about horse health from the veterinarians at CSU's Equine Veterinary Teaching Hospital. Plus, you'll have the opportunity to participate and ask questions. This month's topic: "Metabolic Problems That Affect Your Horse: Insulin Resistance, Cushings, and Laminitis" Hosted by the CSU Equine Field Service , featuring Drs. Luke Bass, Eric Renner, & Russ Sakai. Submit your questions early by emailing email@example.com, or through Twitter, Facebook, or Google+ using the hashtag #PagingDrRam .
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Following up from part one of VLOG 5.2 Talking Bollocks on the Bike. Questions: Nicholas Thomas: TBOTB Question: Would you rather fight a horse-sized duck or 100 duck-sized horses? Ryan Alexander Hamilton: Question for talking bollocks on the bike lad! Would like to know more information about your comp at some stage before 30, what weight do you think you will be come stage time? and also if you could choose between the 'classic' bodybuilding physique and the current bodybuilding physiques (much more mass), what would you choose and why? if it makes it too a video then cheers bud! James Mack: hello Dan, I remember you saying you wanted to compete before your 30, would this be in the npa or other natural federation or would you take your chances in an open show? Thanks for watching! Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=lllDBOlll Website: http://www.homephysique.com Facebook: http://facebook.com/homephysiqueuk Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/homephysique MyFitnessPal: http://www.myfitnesspal.com/lllDBOlll Music: Intro Theme: http://www.looperman.com/loops/detail/55614 Outro Theme: http://www.youtube.com/user/starlinginspector Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org ------- ABOUT HOME PHYSIQUE ------- Home Physique is an ongoing project started by me to show my transformation from a chubby couch potato into a competing Natural Amatuer Bodybuilder. This Bodybuilding / Fitness channel is dedicated to motivating and inspiring others to achieve their goals and offers free advice, tips and information on exercises, routines and nutrition guides along with supplement and equipment reviews. Feel free to comment, like or share; I love hearing other peoples thoughts and opinions of what I am doing and how I can improve. Dan This video forms part of my website, please feel free to take a look for more information: http://www.homephysique.com
Views: 251 Dan HomePhysique
Find Agape Naturals' feeds and supplements in Colorado at http://agapedistributors.net or contact your dealer, Lisa Rasmussen. We want to help you find the best natural nutrition for your horses and all farm animals! We stock SweetPro, EquiPride, EquiLix, Modesto Milling, Redmond, Big Sky Organics, HealthCoat, Mountain Sunrise and more!
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Speaker: Dr. Ann Rashmir | Michigan State University Summary: This webcast provides an overview of state-of-the art diagnosis and treatment of lameness in the performance horse. Lameness evaluation, techniques for diagnosing lameness (gait analysis, thermography, digital radiography, ultrasonography, and MRI) and current treatments for common lameness are covered.
Views: 4847 MyHorseUniversity
Jolene Sugarbaker visited the Doctor for an Annual Physical. The Doctor tested her for many things: Diabetes, Arthritis Factors, Lyme Disease and more! She passed with flying colors, even her nutrition came back fine! However, Vitamin D was missing from her system. Could this be because Jolene never goes out in the Sun? Health Blogs rave that Vitamin D is a factor for great health. So Jolene's Doctor prescribed her a big horse pill of VItamin D to take weekly . Questions for you : Do you take Vitamin D? Do you take Vitamins? Do you believe Vitamins work? What do you think you're missing in your diet? Please don't post actual medical conditions, personal information etc. Find more recipes on my website! http://www.TrailerParkTestKitchen.com Follow Me On Twitter: http://www.Twitter.com/JolenesTrailer Hi there! We now know each other! So add me as a friend! http://www.FaceBook.com/JoleneSugarbaker Did you know I did Nature Photography? http://www.TheTrailerParkQueen.com ADD ME ON GOOGLE+!!!!!!!!! Make this recipe? Send me pictures! Send me things! (just not food or edible items!) Jolene Sugarbaker PO BOX 23644 Alexandria, VA 22304 Free Autograph Picture! Just send a regular stamp (44 cents) with inscription request to the above address.... Allow a couple of weeks for me to get it out to you...... But it should be sooner ;)
Views: 722 Jolene Sugarbaker
Have you ever heard about the newest technologies on organic, more bio-available minerals that will support your horse's bone health, coat quality, help with tying-up and reduce lactic acid levels? Then stay tuned and don't miss this incredible online seminar by Steve Elliot MSc, PAS, Global Director of the Equine Division at Alltech Steve will discuss one of the most interesting questions, whereas nutrition can actually enhance equine performance? Bone health is a major concern amongst horse owners, Steve will talk about how lameness and breakdowns are caused and how they are linked back to mineral nutrition and how we can prevent these. He will also discover the risks of feeding too much or too little of a mineral and how it can affect the horse. Further, a study on organic Selenium is being discussed on performance horses and the amazing results it has on the horse's body resulting in less tying-up and/or muscle soreness. Find out why and how bio-available chromium can reduce lactic acid levels and reduces stress in horses resulting in less exertion and enhance endurance capacity. And don't forget it is not the fastest horse that wins the race it is the horse that is least tired. Hygain includes the above discussed organic minerals in all of our feeds, providing your horse with the best nutritional solutions available. www.hygain.com.au
Views: 541 Hy Gain Feeds
Mark Cuban says one deal he regrets not doing was with John Tabis' Bouqs Company. SUBSCRIBE to ABC NEWS: https://www.youtube.com/ABCNews/ Watch More on http://abcnews.go.com/ LIKE ABC News on FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/abcnews FOLLOW ABC News on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/abc GOOD MORNING AMERICA'S HOMEPAGE: https://gma.yahoo.com/
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Dr. Kim Hammond from Falls Road Animal Hospital answers questions about vitamin petroleum supplements for cats and post-surgery pain meds for dogs.
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