Mannan oligo saccharides (MOS)
Adsorption of Pathogenic Bacteria & mycotoxins sometimes referred to as the “Receptor Analog Mechanism”
(Strongly Binding to and decoying pathogens away from the “Sugar Coated” intestinal lining or Stated in other way,
different bacterial strains can agglutinate MOS Improved intestinal function or Gut health
(for example increased villi height, uniformity, and integrity) Immune Modulation – simulates gut associated
and systemic immunity by acting as a non-pathogenic microbial antigen, providing an adjuvant like effect.
(Potentiatec Hydrated Sodium Calcium Aluminum Silicates) means that the HSCAS is heated to 9000 oC
which Has superior inhibition than common untreated HSCAS.
It acts as an anti-caking agent.
Combination of Propionic Acid, Benzoic Acid, Acetic Acid, Sorbic Acid.
To prevent the growth of fungal and bacterial pathogen in feeds and arrest formation of toxins.
Broad Spectrum anti-fungal agent against spp of aspergillums, Fusarium, Penicillium, Candida etc.
at lowest Concentration.
Bacillus subtilis Extract:
This is a group of biological and natural extracts which derived from advanced biological fermentation processes acting
powerfully on mycotoxins converting them into non-toxic substances in addition to improving health
and defensive mechanism of birds.
Its major functions in animals are as an osmolyte and methyl donor.
Its osmolytic properties are useful to help maintain the gut mucus membrane during heat stress
and digestive disorders. As a methyl donor, it is involved in the synthesis of methionine. Betaine
is also reported to improve breast meat yield in broilers.
Licorice is the root and stolon of the Glycyrrhiza plant, which belongs to the family Leguminosae.
The licorice plant is an important medicinal herb, and the constituent—glycyrrhizin—is widely used
as a natural sweetener and also as a pharmaceutical agent because of its anti-inflammatory
and hepatoprotective properties.
Licorice is also an indispensable ingredient of traditional Japanese Kampo medicines. Furthermore,
licorice extracts are used as cosmetics, food additives, tobacco flavors, and confectionery foods.
In this article, we review the importance of licorice and its related products.