Application Of Feed Soya Lecithin Liquid In Animal Production
Published on Jun. 01, 2019
Prevention of fatty liver fish Nutritional fatty liver seriously affects fish growth, meat quality and disease resistance; chicken fatty liver can lead to decreased egg production and increased mortality. The physiological cause of fatty liver syndrome is mainly the lack of Feed Soya Lecithin Liquid, because phospholipids are very important for fat metabolism. Phospholipid molecules have emulsification properties, and the unsaturated fatty acids contained therein can esterify cholesterol and regulate the transport and deposition of fat and cholesterol in the blood. Animals synthesize phospholipids in the liver and can continuously transport these fats to the liver by forming lipoproteins. Lipoprotein is a complex of phospholipids, cholesterol, triglycerides and apoprotein. If there are not enough Non GMO Soya Lecithin Liquid, lipoproteins cannot form, and the liver will be filled with fat. Since the thin tissue of the liver wall is infiltrated by fat, other important chemical processes and synthesis cannot be carried out smoothly, so that other related functions of the body will be affected. Therefore, a certain amount of phospholipid is added to the feed to facilitate the synthesis of lipoprotein, and the fat in the liver can be transported to prevent the occurrence of fatty liver. Cao Junming et al.'s research on grass carp showed that when a certain amount of soybean phospholipid was added to the feed, the liver lipid content of grass carp was greatly reduced.