The principle of feed grade bile acid
Bile acid is the main active component of bile. In the hepatoenteric circulation, bile acid combines with fatty acid while emulsifying fat to form fatty acid-bile acid complex, so that fat can be absorbed through membrane.
All biochemical reactions in the body, especially enzymatic reactions, are carried out in aqueous solutions. Fat-soluble substances such as fats are emulsified before they enter biochemical processes such as enzymatic hydrolysis.
Bile acids can be recognized by intestinal epithelial cells, so that the fatty acid-bile acid complex enters the body. This improves the fat absorption rate.
As a normal body, bile acids are secreted by the liver, enter the intestines, complete digestion, return to the bloodstream, and re-enrich the liver and gallbladder in the process of hepatoenteric circulation, which will be lost in large amounts through feces. Under the feed formula with higher fat content, the loss is more serious. Insufficient daily liver secretion to make up for the loss will cause fat digestion block, energy waste, and easily induce various diseases such as hepatobiliary metabolism disorders. The oil that cannot be digested and absorbed is degraded by oleaginous microorganisms in the intestine, which makes the oleaginous microorganisms proliferate in large numbers, breaks the original intestinal microecological balance, and produces diarrhea and other flora disorders. The above problems are all due to fat emulsification. Caused by insufficient function and fat metabolism disorders. After supplementing suitable exogenous emulsifiers required by this species, the problem can be solved.