Proamyl is a protein supplement for animals, which is a source of high-quality hydrolysed poultry protein (88% full-value protein), pancreatic enzymes, omega-3 fatty acids, inulin – prebiotic and beta-glucan. The product is intended for feeding emaciated and exhausted animals.
The protein hydrolyzate contained in the product provides a highly absorbable set of amino acids that support the growth of muscle mass and the regeneration of the entire body. The content of digestive enzymes: proteases, lipase, amylase facilitates the digestion and absorption of three nutrients (proteins, fats and carbohydrates), which allows the body to use the biologically active ingredients contained in the diet more efficient. The addition of omega-3 fatty acids supports regeneration during inflammatory processes, prevents from emaciation and affects the healthy appearance of the coat. The addition of inulin, which is a source of oligosaccharides, is a medium for beneficial digestive microflora. The development of normal microflora is conducive to stabilizing the work of the large intestine, improving the consistency of feces. In addition, it reduces the excretion of undigested nutrients and the production of unpleasant gases. The nutrient also contains yeast extract Saccharomyces cerevisiae standardized for beta-glucan (1.3 / 1.6) content – 70%. Beta-glucan has unique properties that stimulate the body’s immunity, which is extremely important during recovery and general weakness of the body.
Proamyl not only provides nutrients, which importantly provides a hydrolysed protein that does not cause allergic reactions and can be used in animals with food allergies.
Poultry protein, which is a component of the product – has been subjected to a process of hydrolysis, as a result of which the long polypeptide chain is broken into shorter chains or individual amino acids. Hydrolyzed protein has special dietary features – due to the breakdown of polypeptide chains, the animal’s immune system no longer identifies the origin of the protein. The protein in this form does not release histamine due to the fact that its molecules are less than 10,000 daltons and cannot lead to IgE immunoglobulin fusion. This feature causes that hydrolysed protein is very often used in the production of hypoallergenic feeds. This allows the use of hydrolysed protein as an ingredient in feed used in elimination diets, in the case of food allergies – e.g. in dog allergic to poultry, there should be no allergic reaction to hydrolysed poultry protein.
nutrition of skinny and emaciated animals,
supportive in hypoalbuminaemia,
supplementing the diet of animals with malabsorption syndrome,
supplementing the diet of animals with allergies and food intolerance.