Your horse’s well-being is always going to be at the forefront of your mind, and so you will undoubtedly want to do everything you can to reduce any health problems. You can do this in a number of ways such as ensuring they only eat healthy horse food, giving them plenty of exercises, and more. There are certain conditions that horse owners are particularly keen to avoid and laminitis is one example. Recent studies have revealed more about the causes of laminitis and hyperinsulinaemia (high levels of insulin) is now known to be a significant risk factor. So much so, that one study has shown that a horse’s insulin level could predict whether or not they develop laminitis. To find out more, keep reading, and let’s delve into these new findings.
Happiness is something we all think about, a universal drive and what sometimes seems like an unattainable goal. From a Buddhist perspective, the Dalai Lama proposed that the purpose of life is to be happy and everything in our modern world is geared towards promising to make us happy; from food to beauty products all … Read more