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Topline Dosages and Information

Information and science 2017
HI FORM TOPLINE A NATURAL WAY TO ACHIEVE TOP LINE Product description: TopLine is excellent for horses with a poor appetite or in a rundown condition. TopLine DOES NOT contain whey powder, used in most muscle building products for humans and horses. Whey protein is the protein that is derived from whey, which is a by-product of the cheese made from cow’s milk! Horses are herbivores, whey should not be fed to them. TopLine does NOT contain FISH products or other by-products which are totally unsuitable for herbivores!
Dose rates:
300kg pony: 10g (1 large level scoop)
500kg horse: 20g (2 large level scoops)
600+kg horse: 30g (3 large level scoops)

Feeding Instructions: Mix well into slightly damp feed. Tissue Salts re-establish balance Don’t get mineral tissue salts confused with crude minerals. Biochemical tissue salts, or cell salts, are mineral salts that exist in the cells and play a critical role in cellular metabolism. The salts are administered clinically in very small doses and are prepared in a way similar to homeopathic remedies. Hi Form Australia uses these mineral salts in most of their formulas, along with specific, organic herbs and herb extracts, amino acids, vitamins and trace elements. Key Ingredients: EquiSoy, Siberian Ginseng, L -Arginine, L-Tyrosine, and Saccharomyces cerevisiae (Brewer’s Yeast)

MINERAL TISSUE SALTS Tricalcium Phosphate Trimagnesium Phosphate Monopotassium Phosphate Potassium Chloride Sodium Sulphate Monosodium Phosphate Calcium Sulphate Iron Phosphate Zinc Sulphate VITAMINS Vitamin B3 (Niacin) Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid) Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) AMINO ACIDS Tyrosine Arginine

TopLine contains amino acids including L-Arginine which has a role in promoting the growth hormone and is involved in the immune response. The first amino acid is a major precursor of both thyroid and adrenal cortical hormones, (adrenaline, dopamine and noradrenaline) which also regulates blood pressure and improves both mental and physical performance. The second amino acid has a known and proven ability to promote growth hormone production. Muscle building is enhanced by its supplementation, and the stimulation of growth hormone improves immune response, allowing your horses’ bodies to repair itself more effectively. In turn, the release of extra growth hormones can lead to the metabolism of stored fat and the building up and tone of muscle tissue. The Ginseng used in the TopLine helps to increase mental alertness. The several hormone-like substances in this herb are thought to account for its simultaneously sedative and stimulating effect on the central nervous system. Supplemental L -Arginine Shortens Gestation Length and Increases Mare Uterine Blood Flow before and after Parturition Chris J. Mortensen MS, PhD, Dale E. Kelley MS, Lori K. Warren MS, PhD From the Department of Animal Sciences, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL Supplemental L-Arginine Shortens Gestation Length and Increases Mare Uterine Blood Flow before and after Parturition (PDF Download Available). Available from: [accessed Jul 30, 2017]. Conclusions Supplementing pregnant mares with Arg 21 days before EFD seemed to be safe and reduced gestation length. Additionally, supplemented mares were observed to have greater uterine arterial blood flow before, and on the days immediately after parturition. The sharp reduction in uterine arterial blood flow and diameter after parturition could be predicted as the mares transitioned from the pregnant to the nonpregnant state. Neural Regen Res. 2012 Jun 25; 7(18): 1413–1419. doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1673-5374.2012.18.008
PMCID: PMC4308793 L-tyrosine improves neuroendocrine function in a mouse model of chronic stress Zhihua Wang,1 Jinghua Li,2 Zhiming Wang,3 Lingyan Xue,4 Yi Zhang,1 Yingjie Chen,5 Jun Su,6 and Zhongming Li5 Abstract Adult BALB/c mice, individually housed, were stimulated with nine different stressors, arranged randomly, for 4 continuous weeks to generate an animal model of chronic stress. In chronically stressed mice, spontaneous locomotor activity was significantly decreased, escape latency in the Morris water maze test was prolonged, serum levels of total thyrotropin and total triiodothyronine were significantly decreased, and dopamine and norepinephrine content in the pallium, hippocampus and hypothalamus were significantly reduced. All of these changes were suppressed, to varying degrees, by L-tyrosine supplementation. These findings indicate that the neuroendocrine network plays an important role in chronic stress, and that L-tyrosine supplementation has therapeutic effects.