Did You Know That Healing is
Function of Cellular

There is a food that you can feed to your animals that creates within the cellular mitochondria up to 36 times the energy that is created from normal carbohydrates. That is because there is no loss of energy from active-transport cycles.

The secret is alpha polysaccharide peptides that unlike other foods don’t need to be actively transported through cellular membranes into the cellular mitochondria, but are able to freely enter the mitochondria and increase energy levels to the maximum.

More energy is what virtually every cell needs in order to repair or maintain itself optimally. And more cellular energy multiplied times the trillions of cells in an animal’s body makes a difference in health, performance and happiness that will have you soon singing the praises of Cellular Nutrition products.


Watch videotaped testimonials of the power of CN (alpha polysaccharide peptides) in animal health:

Bronwyn Lavelle
and Europa

Jane Bennett - Equine CN Therapist

Yvonne Dosseter

Jakki Good

Rick Boyd

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CN’s Use with Equine Nose Bleeding



Equine nose bleeds are actually very common events. Epistaxis is the medical term for nose bleeds. Equine nose bleeds can be an indication of serious disease. Most often, however, equine bleeding is simply the result of extreme air movement in the delicate lung capillaries (usually near the end of a race) when equine lung pressure can reach 150mmHG (compared to 40mmHG in racing grey hounds or humans). This is often the result of airway obstructions due to dried mucous or infection (such as from a cold).

It should be noted that 90% of equine bleeding occurs in the lungs with the other 10% the result of a blood vessel bursting inside the breathing apparatus in the head.

Often with nosebleeds, the blood flows down into the windpipes causing the affected horse to be less ableto gallop effectively. Since what causes equine nose bleeds is not understood, effective treatment is difficult.

Interestingly, 98% of equine bleeding is never seen because the bleeding is not sufficient to reach the nostrils. But, for those 2% of cases where blood does reach the nostrils, equine nose bleeds are often dramatic and distressing to the horse owner. Each case needs to be assessed on individually as to its seriousness. For instance, it needs to be established how much blood has been lost, and if the blood is coming from just one or both nostrils. Bleeding from both nostrils typically means the blood is coming from the lungs and is commonly called EIPH (Exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage).

The following are signs that link poor performance and specific behavior to equine bleeding:

  • History of one or more good performances, followed by loss of form in subsequent competition
  • Horse unable to sustain its all out speed, losing momentum and dropping back in the home straight, or when pressed hard
  • Rider or driver reports horse got its ‘tongue over the bit’, or ‘choked down’ and lost stride rhythm when pressed hard in the run to the line
  • Rider or driver reports abnormal or choking sounds during all out, sustained exercise
  • Horse may appear distressed and uneasy, and observed to be swallowing repeatedly within 15 – 30 minutes after a race
  • History of slow recovery and reluctance to put effort into exercise for 3 – 4 days after a hard workout or race. May lack vitality, alertness and appetite for a few days after racing
  • Evidence of a trickle of blood-tinged mucous from the nose, or traces of blood on the feed bin in the 24 – 36 hours following a race

Is there a solution for equine bleeding?

Many equine experts believe so. They believe that the answer for equine bleeding is to deal with the root cause — which is insufficient power and energy within the cell. When there isn’t enough cellular energy left over after dealing with ongoing metabolism, there will not be enough energy to remove mucous and infection from lung tissues, or to rapidly heal minor tears in fragile capillary tissues.

From this viewpoint, healing takes place when only when SURPLUS energy exists. Healing does not take place when raw materials are available and not enough energy exists. Having cellular energy over and above the amount needed to maintain the life of the cell is the only way to cause healing to proceed. That is why healing normally only takes place during sleep when cellular energy requirements drop to a minimum and excess energy can then be used for healing.

There is, however, a way to increase cellular energy by several times during the non-sleeping hours, too. The way to do this is to feed your animal alpha polysaccharide peptides or alpha glycans. This specialized type of food goes directly to the mitochondria without active transport and is turned into energy.

All other curative efforts that ignore giving the cell extra energy dwindle in important next to dealing with the root cause of lack of healing, which is lack of excess cellular energy. Alpha polysaccharide peptides are the only sure way to increase energy within the cell. CN furnishes 100% alpha polysaccharide peptides and we highly recommend it’s use with equine bleeding.

CN’s alpha polysaccharide peptides are a modern food miracle. They will increase net energy in cells significantly (up to 36 times more ATP output than from ordinary foods that have to be actively transported into the mitochondria). The additional cellular energy is the only thing that will allow the energy supply to exceed metabolism (use of energy) so that additional energy exists for healing heal the damaged tissues. Without surplus energy there is no healing, no matter what other techniques and nutrition may be applied.

Testimonials Regarding the Usefulness of CN in Conditions of Equine Bleeding:

Sharon Hinsley, Hinsley Racing Stables, says, “We had a 5 year old gelding that was very talented but became a very bad bleeder.  He was turned out for several months with no training giving him a chance to heal.  In every prep work getting him ready to race again he bled.  No other supplements,  hyperbaric chamber etc. could hold him from bleeding.  He was put on Equine CN for about a week and won his first race back easily without bleeding in the race!“

Kaye Cottle, Trainer, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand, says, “We had high hopes for Teddy a three year old thoroughbred, he appeared to have the drive and heart to be a good racehorse. We had him on an organic diet, he trained well and seemed to be fit. We took him to the track to trial him and he performed quite well finishing third. However his nose was bleeding quite profusely, he was quarantined and after about 30 minutes seemed fine. Two weeks later we tried again, with same result.

We started giving him two scoops a day of Equine CN and changed nothing else with his feed or training. Two weeks later we ran him at the track and was very happy, no bleeding. Since then he has competed in three races and no issues. I am very happy with Equine CN and recommend all trainers to use it.