It is crucial to improve the animal’s natural Body Defence systems for better protection against pathogens during times of infection. The primary immune response dynamics can be divided into two topics.
Innate immunity: Has a rapid response, instigates acute inflammation, controls the production of pro- and anti-inflammatory cytokines, overreaction is possible in case of smaller challenges.
Adaptive immunity: Typically has a slower response, activates B- and T-cells, and produces antibodies. Is in charge of destructing invading pathogens and builds a memory of all pathogens it has encountered.
FRAmelco offers an application that supports both types of animal immune system functioning and suppresses overreactions of the inflammatory response.
Inflammatory response occurs when tissue is injured by bacteria, trauma, toxins, heat, or other causes. If we can manage to reduce the negative impact of pro-inflammatory processes by supplying anti-inflammatory compounds, we are one step closer to achieving 100% of the animal’s genetic potential.
When inflammation is induced, body defence mechanisms produce Nitric Oxide (NO) starting an unfortunate series of events that disturbs the equilibrium of beneficial and pathogenic bacteria in the intestines. When “bad” bacteria take over, more inflammation is induced and this will eventually lead to further degradation of the inflamed area. This series of events becomes very hard to recover from naturally. Therefore, it is essential to find a way to break this vicious cycle.
Suppress inflammation with glycerides
Glycerides have a desirable effect on the inflammatory response. Research has shown that glycerides:
- Reduce macrophage activity
- Therefore, reduce Nitric Oxide (NO) production
- In turn, down regulate the pro-inflammatory response
- Suppress T-cell functioning
As a result: inflammation is suppressed, reducing stress in the intestinal environment, providing more energy for animal growth.
- Growth rate
- Final body weight
- Support vaccination effects
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