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Feedase nutritional strategy White Paper

Adisseo, together with a network of scientists, has brought to the market a new nutritional strategy called “Feedase”, which aims at placing the dietary indigestible fraction at the core of feed formulation when enzymes are used.

This new concept leads to reconsidering enzyme potential based on the amount of substrates potentially present in feed, allowing extract more value from the use of enzymes. Indeed, the Feedase approach is based on a global enzyme solution to target the indigestible fraction of feed, which means simultaneous better nutritional valuation, better gut functioning and decrease of nutrient wastage. Offering clear benefits to customers in terms of profitability and sustainability.

The white paper “From the indigestible fraction to the global feed enzyme” approach provides insights on this new nutritional strategy. It presents the fundamental basis of this approach and its resultants in terms of substrate consideration, formulation, energy system consideration, sustainability but also gut health.

The white paper details the feedase nutritional strategy as follows:

  1. Understanding substrates
  2. Taking full advantage of enzyme actions
  3. Increasing overall feed digestibility
  4. Reconsidering feed formulation
  5. Enhancing gut health
  6. Evaluating enzyme effect in the net energy system
  7. Going a step ahead in sustainability

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