By Tania Cubitt, PhD
There is no question that in the developed world we have a problem with obesity in our human population, and we don’t seem to be making much headway into fixing it. There seems to be a lot of discussion about what causes it, from carbs and fat to simple sugars and lack of exercise, but no clear solution. In my time as an equine nutritionist I have noticed a similar widespread problem in our equine population. Growing up with horses in Pony Club, we lear
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