One of the novel aspects of Trace Mineral Natural Chelation technology is its ability to transform polar ionic trace mineral ions into less polar, more bio-available chelated forms that are essential for animal nutrition. This process involves creating specially designed chelated trace minerals that provide not only nutritional benefits but also have specific functional properties, such as antimold, antibacterial, antioxidant, liver stimulation, and target release activities. These properties are essential for maintaining animal health and well-being and can have a positive impact on animal growth, reproduction, and immunity. Trace Mineral Chelation technology is a game-changer in the animal nutrition industry, offering a more efficient and effective way to provide essential trace minerals to animals.
Recreating natural chelates of trace minerals found in feed stuff
Use of natural ligand sources having “Hydroxy Amino Acids” for effective chelation
Use of propreitory ANBioT technology to carry out chelation process
Ensures enhanced stability of chelates
Increases bio-availability at the site of absorption with sustained release characteristics
Trace Mineral Chelation is a technology that involves transforming polar ionic trace mineral ions into less polar, more bio-available chelated form using natural “Hydroxy Amino Acid” ligands.
Trace Mineral Chelation is important in animal nutrition because it ensures that animals receive the full nutritional benefits of trace minerals and other important nutrients. These minerals are essential for various functions in the body, including enzyme activation, growth, immunity, and reproductive health.
The benefits of using Trace Mineral Chelation in animal nutrition include improved bioavailability, sustained release and absorption of trace minerals.
Trace Mineral Chelation works by transforming polar ionic trace mineral ions into less polar, more bio-available chelated forms. These chelated trace minerals are then easily absorbed by the animal's digestive system, ensuring that they receive the full nutritional benefits.
There are no known risks associated with using Trace Mineral Chelation in animal nutrition. However, it is always important to follow recommended dosage guidelines and consult with a veterinarian or animal nutrition expert before making any changes to an animal's diet.