Dr. Thomas Schell, (DVM, DABVP, CVCH)
Our goal at Nouvelle Research, Inc. is to develop natural supplements that may promote health by reducing daily aches and pain, supporting a health immune response and promoting a healthy inflammatory response with key nutrients. We are here to support, guide and educate through our various resources. Through the use of our Cur-OST® health supporting formulas, we have aided many patients by managing daily aches and pain, supporting healing and enhancing overall quality of life. We have published 3 research trials in equine patients evaluating systemic inflammation and the impact of curcumin and other herbs on health and documenting the benefits. But I knew there was more to it.
Our goal at Nouvelle Research, Inc. is to develop natural supplements that may promote health by reducing daily aches and pain, supporting a health immune response and promoting a healthy inflammatory response.
You can order our products directly from Nouvelle or from one of our knowledgeable Distributors in your area. Either choice will get you the lowest price and speed of delivery.
We are proud to offer many ingredients available for purchase in bulk quantities to save money. Each nutrient or herb demonstrates their own health benefiting values and may be used individually or combination.
This is likely one of the most common questions on most horse owner's minds. How can I reduce costs, but yet still maintain the level of health or soundness in my equine companion? It is a good question, but unfortunately one that is easier to answer in some horses compared to others. The bottom line is that there are options, but in many cases, we have to define what the problems are and target the sources. It is possible and likely more readily achieved than most realize.Read more ...
Evaluation of Berry and Citrus Herb Formula in Equine Metabolic Patients
Tom Schell, D.V.M., CVCH
Metabolic syndrome is a term used referring to a group of risk factors that contribute to an increased risk of heart disease, diabetes and stroke in people. In horses, metabolic syndrome is closely connected with poor sugar metabolism, insulin dysfunction, circulatory disease and laminitis. In both groups, the risk factor that is most prominent is obestity or excessive body condition, which then tends to increase the risk for development of other factors and further contribute to patient health deterioration.Read more ...