MSM Shows Protective Effect in First Equine Study

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In the first peer-reviewed, published study to evaluate the effects of the nutritional supplement methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) in horses, Spanish researchers found that MSM exerted a protective effect against the detrimental physiologic changes that occur during exercise.

"During exercise, free radicals such as nitric oxide and carbon monoxide are generated that are highly damaging to

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