MSM is an essential nutrient for the health and elasticity of the connective tissues surrounding the joints. Sulfur is an essential component of all living cells, including amino acids, vitamins and cartilage. However, the horse does not effectively absorb many sulfur sources. Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) is sulfur in its organic form, as found in the horse's natural diet (grass and trees), but is mostly removed during the processing of hard feed and canned feed. Therefore, the horse's established diet is likely to be deficient in this important nutrient. MSM is rich in bioavailable sulfur, which is vital for the health of soft tissue, tendons, ligaments and muscles. Feeding MSM in the recommended amounts ensures that the correct amounts of sulfur affect the areas where it is most needed, such as the soft tissues of the joints. NAF only uses high quality MSM products supplied by UFAS approved suppliers to ensure a high quality and safe product.
MSM is given to support, strengthen and give flexibility to the connective tissue surrounding the joints. MSM contains a lot of biosulphur, which is necessary for the good functioning of soft tissues, tendons, ligaments and muscles. Feeding MSM as recommended ensures that the correct amount of sulfur is secreted in the areas where it is most needed, such as the soft tissues surrounding the joint. NAF only uses high quality MSM supplied by UFAS approved suppliers.