SN® Monopropionin | Why glycerides of fatty acids

Why glycerides of fatty acids

The gastro intestinal tract (GIT) is one of the largest organs of all living organisms with a major function in feed digestion and nutrient absorption. Furthermore, the GIT forms a barrier against microbial and viral infections, which may enter via the intestinal tract. Colonization of the GIT by pathogens might negatively affect factors as feed digestion and consequently growth, feed efficiency, and animal performance which in turn lead to more losses and a lower

 

profitability. In the past usually antibiotics were used at sub therapeutic levels to supress the effect of pathogenic infections. How ever, during last years it is proven that these antibiotics became inefficient and bacteria became resistant over time. Increasing number of countries have more strict regulations on the use of antibiotics nowadays, which encourages the industry to develop non-antibiotic alternatives focussing mainly on intestinal health and the prevention of such infections.

 

Glycerides of propionic acid

SN® Monopropionin consists of glycerides of propionic acid. This product is produced by esterifying undissociated propionic acid with glycerol. These covalently bonded molecules have been extensively studied by various scientists all over the world for their beneficial effects in both animals and humans. SN® Monopropionin is heat stable, odourless and are active in the entire animal body. Sustainable Nutrition offers this products in both liquid and dry form.

Unique mode of action

SN® Monopropionin shows a particular chemical behavior; it is hydro-dispersible and as such a self-emulsifying compound. Its chemical characteristics allow these molecules to be active in four different environments: water, feed, stomach, and intestinal tract. The fact that these molecules are hydro- and lipophilic can be considered as an advantage. 

Advantages

- Antibacterial
- Unique mode of action
- Heat stable
- Non corrosive
- Neutral smell & taste

SN® Monobutyrin | Why glycerides of fatty acids

Why glycerides of fatty acids

The gastro intestinal tract (GIT) is one of the largest organs of all living organisms with a major function in feed digestion and nutrient absorption. Furthermore, the GIT forms a barrier against microbial and viral infections, which may enter via the intestinal tract. Colonization of the GIT by pathogens might negatively affect factors as feed digestion and consequently growth, feed efficiency, and animal performance which in turn lead to more losses and a

 

lower profitability. In the past usually antibiotics were used at sub therapeutic levels to supress the effect of pathogenic infections. How ever, during last years it is proven that these antibiotics became inefficient and bacteria became resistant over time. Increasing number of countries have more strict regulations on the use of antibiotics nowadays, which encourages the industry to develop non-antibiotic alternatives focussing mainly on intestinal health and the prevention of such infections.

Glycerides of butyric acid

SN® Monobutyrin consists of glycerides of butyric acid. This product is produced by esterifying undissociated butyric acid with glycerol. These covalently bonded molecules have been extensively studied by various scientists all over the world for their beneficial effects in both animals and humans. SN® Monobutyrin is heat stable, odourless and are active in the entire animal body. Sustainable Nutrition offers this products in both liquid and dry form.

Unique mode of action

SN® Monobutyrin shows a particular chemical behavior; it is hydro-dispersible and as a self-emulsifying compound. Its chemical characteristics allow these molecules to be active in four different environments: water, feed, stomach, and intestinal tract. The fact that these molecules are hydro- and lipophilic can be considered as an advantage.

Advantages

- Antibacterial
- Unique mode of action
- Heat stable
- Non corrosive
- Neutral smell & taste

SN® Monocap | More info coming soon

Why glycerides of fatty acids

The gastro intestinal tract (GIT) is one of the largest organs of all living organisms with a major function in feed digestion and nutrient absorption. Furthermore, the GIT forms a barrier against microbial and viral infections, which may enter via the intestinal tract. Colonization of the GIT by pathogens might negatively affect factors as feed digestion and consequently growth, feed efficiency, and animal performance which in turn lead to more losses and a lower

 

profitability. In the past usually antibiotics were used at sub therapeutic levels to supress the effect of pathogenic infections. How ever, during last years it is proven that these antibiotics became inefficient and bacteria became resistant over time. Increasing number of countries have more strict regulations on the use of antibiotics nowadays, which encourages the industry to develop non-antibiotic alternatives focussing mainly on intestinal health and the prevention of such infections.

 

Glycerides of propionic acid

SN® Monocap consists of glycerides of Caprylic and Capric acid. This product is produced by esterifying undissociated caprylic and capric acid with glycerol. These covalently bonded molecules have been extensively studied by various scientists all over the world for their beneficial effects in both animals and humans since 1968. SN® Monocap is heat stable, odourless and are active in the entire animal body. Sustainable Nutrition offers this products in both liquid and dry form.

Unique mode of action

SN® Monopropionin shows a particular chemical behavior; it is hydro-dispersible and as such a self-emulsifying compound. Its chemical characteristics allow these molecules to be active in four different environments: water, feed, stomach, and intestinal tract. The fact that these molecules are hydro- and lipophilic can be considered as an advantage. 

SN® Monolaurin | Why glycerides of fatty acids

Why glycerides of fatty acids

The gastro intestinal tract (GIT) is one of the largest organs of all living organisms with a major function in feed digestion and nutrient absorption. Furthermore, the GIT forms a barrier against microbial and viral infections, which may enter via the intestinal tract. Colonization of the GIT by pathogens might negatively affect factors as feed digestion and consequently growth, feed efficiency, and animal performance which in turn lead to more losses and a

 

lower profitability. In the past usually antibiotics were used at sub therapeutic levels to supress the effect of pathogenic infections. How ever, during last years it is proven that these antibiotics became inefficient and bacteria became resistant over time. Increasing number of countries have more strict regulations on the use of antibiotics nowadays, which encourages the industry to develop non-antibiotic alternatives focussing mainly on intestinal health and the prevention of such infections.

Monoglycerides of lauric acid

SN® Monolaurin consists of glycerides of lauric acid. This product is produced by esterifying undissociated lauric acid with glycerol. These covalently bonded molecules have been extensively studied by various scientists all over the world for their beneficial effects in both animals and humans. SN® Monolaurin is heat stable, odourless and are active in the entire animal body. Sustainable Nutrition offers this products in both liquid and dry form.

Unique mode of action

SN® Monolaurin shows a particular chemical behavior; it is hydro-dispersible and as a self-emulsifying compound. Its chemical characteristics allow these molecules to be active in four different environments: water, feed, stomach, and intestinal tract. The fact that these molecules are hydro- and lipophilic can be considered as an advantage. 

Advantages

- Antibacterial
- Unique mode of action
- Heat stable
- Non corrosive
- Neutral smell & taste

SN® Monomix | More info coming soon

Why glycerides of fatty acids

The gastro intestinal tract (GIT) is one of the largest organs of all living organisms with a major function in feed digestion and nutrient absorption. Furthermore, the GIT forms a barrier against microbial and viral infections, which may enter via the intestinal tract. Colonization of the GIT by pathogens might negatively affect factors as feed digestion and consequently growth, feed efficiency, and animal performance which in turn lead to more losses and a lower

 

profitability. In the past usually antibiotics were used at sub therapeutic levels to supress the effect of pathogenic infections. How ever, during last years it is proven that these antibiotics became inefficient and bacteria became resistant over time. Increasing number of countries have more strict regulations on the use of antibiotics nowadays, which encourages the industry to develop non-antibiotic alternatives focussing mainly on intestinal health and the prevention of such infections.

 

SN MONOMIX Glycerides of Propionic, Butyric, Caprylic and Capric acid

SN® Monomix consists in a specific tailor blend made after a long term study with the efficacy of single monoglycerides in the field . SN Monomix consist in a sinergy of different monoglycerides to reach a better FCR and control of the gastrointestinal tract in monogastric species .This product is produced by esterifying undissociated Propionic, Butyric, Caprylic and Capric acid with glycerol. These covalently bonded molecules have been extensively studied by various scientists all over the world for their beneficial effects in both animals and humans since 1968. SN® Monomix is heat stable, odourless and are active in the entire animal body. Sustainable Nutrition offers this products in both liquid and dry form.

Unique mode of action

SN® Monomix shows a particular chemical behavior; it is water-dispersible and as such a self-emulsifying compound and since is made with 4 different monoglycerides it can assure a better broad spectrum activities in dismicrobiosis increasing the capacity of the feed conversion of the animal . Its chemical characteristics allow these molecules to be active in four different environments: water, feed, stomach, and intestinal tract.

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    Monoglycerides of fatty acids

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