KER Re-Leve is the preferred Energy Source for Horses with Tying-Up Syndrome and Metabolic Disorders
KER Re-Leve is appropriate for any health condition in which a low-starch diet is recommended. Specifically, a low-starch diet may be beneficial for horses prone to the following muscular disorders and metabolic syndromes.
- Polysaccharide storage myopathy (PSSM or EPSM)
- Recurrent exertional rhabdomyolysis (RER)
These metabolic problems may be triggered or exacerbated by the consumption of soluble carbohydrates found in diets that contain typical concentrates.
Re-Leve maintains its energy density by relying on fat and fermentable fibers rather than starch sources for the majority of its calories. Alternative energy sources such as high-fat stabilized rice bran along with super fibers beet pulp and soybean hulls provide highly digestible and readily available energy.
KER Re-Leve is the original high-calorie feed specifically formulated for horses requiring low-starch diets.