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Equilac® horse milk capsules can help relieve skin problems from the inside out.

Horse milk is rich in lactoferrin

Horse milk is an excellent source of lactoferrin, a protein known for its positive health effects. Equilac® horse milk capsules contain lactoferrin in a natural form that is available in high concentration in horse milk, just like in mother’s milk and colostrum.

Lactoferrin is a glycoprotein, a type of protein that contains carbohydrates. It is also a valuable immune system component essential to your intestines’ functioning and resistance.

Lactoferrin works from within to fight bacteria and strengthen the immune system. This substance has antibacterial and antiviral properties and is a natural antibiotic. It traps iron particles from the environment, inhibiting the growth of bacteria.

Equilac®, the original horse milk capsules since 1999. Equilac® capsules help soothe symptoms of psoriasis, eczema, and acne from the inside out.

You can take lactoferrin as a dietary supplement in capsules or powder. The recommended daily dose is between 150 mg and 500 mg. Opting for the natural form of lactoferrin, as present in Equilac® horse milk capsules, is advisable instead of the synthetic form apolactoferrin.

Recent studies have shown that lactoferrin can help with skin conditions like acne, psoriasis, and eczema. After three months, lactoferrin supplementation and vitamin E and zinc significantly soothe inflamed skin.

In short, horse milk capsules such as Equilac® are rich in lactoferrin, which offers many benefits for your intestines, resistance, and immune system. It’s a natural way to support your health from the inside out.

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* Individual results with horse milk may vary. Equilac® is not a medicine but a dietary supplement. If you are considering consuming horse milk or products thereof, it is advisable to consult a doctor or nutritionist to understand the potential benefits, possible risks, or allergies.

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