Lipids are the main source of energy in animal nutrition, as they have the highest caloric value of all the raw materials commonly used in feed.
The higher the digestibility of the fat, the higher the energy value of the feed will be.
For a correct fat digestion correctly, it must be emulsified through a fundamental process that involves the detergent action of the bile salts produced by the liver.
Digest Fast® stimulates the secretion of bile salts due to its cholagogue and choleretic effect
Maintaining an adequate liver function is essential for the fats to be digested correctly, allowing the animals to express their full genetic potential.
Many studies have demonstrated the benefits of phytobiotics in the aid of detoxifying the organism through the liver and kidneys, leading to an improvement of the overall status.
The liver is responsible for secreting bile, which is essential, together with the peristaltic movements, for initiating the emulsification of fats.
The liver is one of the most important organs of digestive system, carrying out a large amount of metabolic functions. It plays a key role in the digestion and metabolism of nutrients, such as sugars, proteins and fats. (Up to a 90% of the nutrients go through the liver).
The botanicals included in Digest Fast® do not only have a choleretic/cholagogue effect, increasing the production and secretion of bile (essential for the correct digestion of fats), but they also have a protective and regenerative effect on the liver, helping to mobilize hepatic lipids and preventing the oxidization of fat.
Superior Technical School of Agricultural Engineers at the Polytechnic University of Madrid (UPM), Spain. Experimental farm in Catalonia (Spain).
Superior Technical School of Agricultural Engineers at the Polytechnic University of Madrid (UPM), Spain. Experimental farm in Catalonia (Spain)
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