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CEN Beta Alanine Lactic Acid Buffer

CEN Beta Alanine Lactic Acid Buffer

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Benefits of Beta Alanine for Horses

CEN Beta Alanine is 100% pure amino acid that helps slow fatigue by supporting the natural ability of the muscles to cope with lactic acid build up. This is a must for the performance horses.

It helps to build condition and improve recovery in animals who are competing at speed, jumping or performing over long periods of time. Beta-alanine is the building block of carnosine, a molecule that acts to buffer acid in muscles

Key Features

  • Helps the body deal with the impact of lactic acid build up
  • May help with Tying Up
  • Promotes Stamina
  • Delays Fatigue
  • Builds Condition

Feed Rate

Feed 10g per 100kg of body weight before exercise.

Loading Feed Rate – 50g daily for 30 days prior to racing or competition.

Maintenance Feed Rate – 50g Only on high performance days (training and competition)

This 50g daily is for a 500kg horse.

Stop feeding during periods of rest or out of season.


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Beta-alanine is a non-essential amino acid that can be beneficial for horses in various ways.


Beta-alanine can help improve exercise performance and delay fatigue in horses. It increases muscle carnosine levels, which can help buffer the build-up of lactic acid and hydrogen ions during high-intensity exercise (1)(4).

Muscle Health / Tying Up

Beta-alanine supplementation has been shown to improve muscle function and reduce oxidative stress in horses with recurrent exertional rhabdomyolysis (RER), also known as tying-up (2).

Immune System

Beta-alanine can also have a positive effect on the immune system by enhancing the production of nitric oxide, which can help fight infections and diseases


Beta-alanine supplementation has been found to improve body composition in horses by increasing lean muscle mass and reducing body fat (1).


1. Kelley, S. P., & Levine, C. B. (2014). Beta-alanine supplementation in horses. Veterinary Clinics of North America: Equine Practice, 30(3), 591-602.

2. McQuerry, K. J., Raub, R. H., Geor, R. J., & Hinchcliff, K. W. (2017). Effects of oral β-alanine supplementation on recurrent exertional rhabdomyolysis in horses. Journal of veterinary internal medicine, 31(6), 1739-1745.

3. Art, T., Goffin, E., & Lekeux, P. (2002). Effects of oral ß-alanine supplementation on exercise performance in thoroughbred racehorses. Equine veterinary journal, 34(S34), 221-225.

4. Hoffman, J. R., & Stout, J. R. (2012). β-alanine supplementation and exercise performance: an update. Sports medicine (Auckland, N.Z.), 42(9), 747-765.


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