Gut Health

The pro-prebiotic effect of enzymes: their roles on gut health

Speaker: Dr Lamya RHAYAT (CERN, Adisseo, France)

Enzymes modify the substrates reaching the ileum, thus modulating the microbiota. The benefits of enzymes also lay on those effects: stimulating the butyrogenic bacteria, improving the absorptive capacity and reducing the gut inflammation.

Poultry & Swine Conferences 2019 

Feedase, fibres & P:

The complexity of the indigestible fractions of the feed require a multi-enzyme approach. But enzymes are specific to substrates and a better knowledge of the target substrates is key to value the enzymes. Enzymes modify the substrates reaching the distal intestine thus also exhibit an effect beyond digestibility.

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