Threonine

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Threonine is obtained by fermentation with the use of the microbial process. It contributes to the proper functioning of the animal’s immune and digestive systems, as well as feather synthesis. Threonine is particularly desired in the low-protein diets of poultry and swine. The product is highly appreciated by the manufacturers as it allows for lower feed costs and intensified productivity. [...]

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07.08.2022

Lysine Sulphate

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Lysine Sulphate is obtained in the fermentation process by adding acid sulphate to transform lysine into the end product. Additionally, this composition contains other compounds increasing the nutritional value such as carbohydrates, mineral salts, as well as organic acids, and other amino acids. Lysine activates enzymatic reactions, protein synthesis, and bone development. It also plays an important role in carbohydrate metabolism and calcium absorption. Ensuring sufficient levels of lysine in the animal diet results in lower feed costs and enhanced performance. [...]

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21.07.2022

Tryptophan

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Tryptophan is obtained in the process of fermentation from raw materials. It is a key factor in the proper functioning of the nervous and immune systems. The product regulates reproduction, neurological, and anti-stress activities in the organism. Tryptophan is an expensive product but at the same time, it is indispensable for the proper functioning of the body. [...]

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20.07.2022

Lysine

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Lysine activates enzymatic reactions, protein synthesis, and bone development. It also plays an important role in carbohydrate metabolism and calcium absorption. Ensuring sufficient levels of lysine in the animal diet results in lower feed costs and enhanced performance. [...]

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19.07.2022

Beta-Alanine

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Beta-alanine is a non-essential acid naturally produced by the synthesis of other proteins in the human body. However, dietary supplementation with beta-alanine is advised when insufficient natural production occurs or when dietary intake is too low. [...]

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17.07.2022

Glycine

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Glycine is a nonpolar amino acid, the simplest one of the 20 natural amino acids. Glycine is not optically active and has a small side chain. It is essentially involved in the formation of α-helices. [...]

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16.07.2022

Monosodium glutamate

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Monosodium glutamate, also known as MSG, is the sodium salt of glutamic acid, one of the most abundantly occurring amino acids. It is usually available as a monohydrate, a white crystalline powder, odorless and soluble in water. MSG is obtained by fermentation of starch, sugar cane, sugar beets or molasses. [...]

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16.07.2022

Gelatin

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Gelatin is a natural, soluble protein obtained from the partial hydrolysis of collagen from animal bones, skin and tendons. It is composed of glycine, proline and hydroxyproline. [...]

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15.07.2022

Vanillin

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Vainillin it’s a highly aromatic organic chemical compound (vanillin glucoside) responsible for the unique and delicious vanilla scent and flavor that occurs naturally in the vanilla bean. [...]

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14.07.2022

Vitamin C

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Vitamin C is essential for the body due to its numerous functions. Most farm animals synthesize vitamin C in their bodies. This vitamin is stored in organs such as the adrenal glands, pancreas, skeletal muscles, brain and liver. Vitamin is obtained from typical feed mixes, but its synthesis is reduced under stressful conditions. [...]

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14.07.2022

Thymol

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Thymol is a phenolic compound present in many essential oils, known as 1-methyl-hydroxy-4-isopropylbenzene. In its natural form it is found mainly in thyme, but also in oregano, savory or Coptic cumin. [...]

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04.07.2022

Carvacrol

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Carvacrol is a monoterpenoid phenol. Carvacrol is a compound of many aromatic plants, usually used as a spice in cooking and for therapeutic/preventive purposes in folk medicine. [...]

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04.07.2022