Mode of action of probiotics:
Probiotics are used in aquatic animal farms (molluscs, crustaceans, and fish) for two reasons: to improve the living environment of the fish and to introduce beneficial microbes to their gastrointestinal tract. From nutritional point of view, the most important role of probiotic bacteria in the GI tract of fish is improving food absorption by secretion of extracellular enzymes and vitamins. Other significant properties of probiotics are reduction of the incidence and duration of diseases, boosting the immune system, and antiviral activities.
Mode of action of prebiotic:
Prebiotics in the Hypro-fish D+ is dextran oligosaccharide. The prebiotic is a bacterial exopolysaccharide produced by Leuconostoc mesenteroides in sucrose-based medium. Dextran is resistant to gastric enzymes and in the digestive system, only bacteria that have a dextranase enzyme, such as bacteria that produce lactic acid (As the bacteria present in this product) are able to use it. In this way, the prebiotic in this compound helps to grow and colonize probiotic microorganisms and prevent the growth of pathogen microorganisms. Dextran in the formulation and short chain fatty acids produced by bacteria stimulate the immune system.
Balances and controls microbial populations in farming ponds
Eliminates stress-causing agents such as nitrate, nitrite and ammonia
Stabilizes favorable conditions in the growth environment
Prevents bacterial, viral and parasitic infections
Improved growth and feed conversion rate
Improved survival rate and reduced mortality
Reduced stress and vulnerability to diseases
Reduced need for medications