Active Ingredients: Chia, Prickly Pear Cactus pads and Prickly Pear nectar
* The loose format also contains bee pollen to feed bifida bacteria in the hind gut
Active Properties: Flavanoids, Betacyanins, Polyphonls, glycosides, and manganese
Additional Nutrient Components: Vitamins including C, E, K and beta-carotene, polyunsaturated fatty acids and amino acids.
- Glucose regulation and support for the normalization of insulin levels
- Assists in lipid metabolism resulting in decreasing hyperlipidemia
- Aid in the minimization of low-density lipoprotein (LDL) Cholesterol
- Supports the normalization of ACTH levels
Prickly Pear Cactus pads and fruit contain glucose, lipid and cholesterol regulating properties. Supports normalized ACTH levels and promotes regulation of glucose and lipids.
PPID (Pituitary Pars Intermedia Dysfunction)
“When Printer was diagnosed with PPID [Pituitary Pars Intermedia Dysfunction] the veterinarians told me that even with careful dietary management I would not see her ACTH levels fall within the normal range again. Ever. I already fed StableFeed’s Spirulina product to control allergies in my competition horse so I tried the Prickly Pear to see if it could help Printer. Her ACTH levels are within the normal range for the first time in four years! I can’t conceive of a reason I would ever stop feeding these products to my girls! StableFeed plays an integral role in keeping me happy and my horse’s healthy!”
- Macartney Greenfield
Our Formulations Are Backed By Science
- Activity of Opuntia streptacantha in healthy individuals with induced hyperglycemia
- Opuntia humifusa stems lower blood glucose and cholesterol levels in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats
- Effect of prickly pear (Opuntia robesta) on glucose- and lipid-metabolism in non-biabetics with hyperlipidemia
- Diuretic and antioxidant effects of Cacti-Nea, a dehydrated water extract from prickly pear fruit, in rats
- A Natural Fiber Complex Reduces Body Weight in the Overweight and Obese: A Double-Blind, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Study
- An anti-inflammatory principle from cactus
- Studies on the pharmacological action of cactus: identification of its anti-inflammatory effect
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