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Muscle Max

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Product Description

Weight Gain Support


This unique, one-of-a-kind blend is given to balance the nutritional requirements for a horse that has trouble holding weight, when not the result of a calorie deficiency. i.e. if you increase the horses caloric intake and are unable to establish weight gain, then a deficiency in the mineral supply may be responsible. We focus on increasing the phosphorus delivery, along with HMB, a derivative of the essential amino acid, l-Leucine. Together, these nutrients are responsible for both volumizing the muscles and reducing muscle tissue breakdown. The goal is to achieve the full, round look a healthy horse should possess. Typical signs of a mineral deficiency that inhibit weight gain are visually indicated by a diminished quality in the muscularity of the topline and a squared off rump. Most horses will show improvement in the first month, and one container will get them back on track. So feed Muscle Max for the first 2-4 months and TLC's Performance Plus Daily for proper maintenance of the mineral balance.

Directions: Give 1/2 scoop twice daily. 


Guaranteed Analysis: Per 1/2 Scoop
Calcium (Min) 4,750mg
Calcium (Max) 5,750mg
Phosphorus (Min) 4,000mg
HMB 1,000mg


Ingredients:  Dicalcium Phosphate, beta-Hydroxy beta-Methylbutyric Acid (HMB)


Passwater, Richard A, Fuller, John Jr.. Sports Nutrition: HMB – The Book. Building Muscle Mass, Performance & Health with HMB. 1997.


Feeding Instructions

Give 1/2 scoop, 2 times daily for 2-4 months. After you establish the desired body condition you may maintain the results using Performance Plus Daily.
Note: For horses on alfalfa hay - adding Performance Plus - HP may be beneficial as it includes extra phosphorus to help balance the high calcium content in alfalfa hay.

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  1. Weight gain miracle 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 25th Jul 2014

    This product helped two of my horse gain weight and improved their appetites