Mode of action of probiotics
Probiotics after colonization in the digestive tract of the animal improve the function of the host gastrointestinal tract and by binding to the intestinal wall and preventing the possibility of colony formation by pathogen microorganisms act as a barrier against pathogens.so-bidi-theme-font: major-bidi;”> In addition, probiotics produce compounds with different mechanisms capable of neutralizing toxins produced by pathogens in the gastrointestinal tract, and by the mechanisms such as Aggregation and Co-aggregation pathogens excreted out of the body. Probiotic microorganisms, by attaching to the intestinal wall, in addition to improving the microbial balance of the intestinal flora by stimulating the immune system and affecting the intestinal mucous membranes, improve the activity of the digestive system and the immune system and treat diseases such as colitis.
Mode of action of prebiotic
Prebiotics in the Hypro-quine 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.
Improved digestion in equines
Boosting the immune system
Reduced racing stress
Reduced neural disorders
Health and hygiene of hooves
Improved reproduction efficiency
Provides essential bacteria needed in digestion of food ingredients such as fibers and starch
Balanced pH in the gastrointestinal tract
Reduced incidence of intestinal disorders and other limb disorders such as laminitis
Prevention and cure of equine colic
Improved growth in foals of dams fed on yeast-containing feed