eubiotics

eu·bi·ot·ics

(yū'bī-ot'iks),
The science of hygienic living.
[eu- + G. biotikos, relating to life]

eubiotics

[yo̅o̅′bī·ot′iks]
Etymology: Gk, eu, well, bios, life
the science of healthy living.

eubiotics

(ū″bī-ŏt′ĭks) [″ + bios, life]
The science of healthy and hygienic living.

eu·bi·ot·ics

(yū'bī-ot'iks)
The science of hygienic living.
[eu- + G. biotikos, relating to life]
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Eubiotics Market Size By Product (Prebiotics [Inulin, FOS, MOS, GOS] Probiotics [Lactobacillus, Bifidobacterium, Bacillus, Streptococcus] Organic Acid [Acetic Acid, Lactic Acid, Fumaric Acid, Formic Acid, Propionic Acid], Essential Oil), By Form (Dry Form, Liquid Form), By Application (Gut Health, Yield, Immunity), By Livestock (Poultry, Swine, Cattle, Aquaculture), Regional Outlook (U.
ClickPress, Tue Mar 06 2018] Rise in adoption of natural growth promotors (NGPs) for animal nutrition by livestock farmers owing to ill effects of antibiotics growth promoters (AGPs) should have positive impact on eubiotics market size.
Number of feed additives, termed as eubiotics, including prebiotics, probiotics, phytobiotics, essential oils, enzymes and organic acids are proposed to improve nutrients digestibility and utilization and gut health, which eventually improve overall performance of the birds (Wenk, 2002; Huyghebaert et al.
Eubiotics are feed additives used to maintain an optimal balance of microbiota in the gastrointestinal tract, improving animal health status and growth performance.
Changing lifestyles are triggering demand for nutraceuticals or beneficial health products, while increased demand for performance enhancers in the feed industry has given rise to eubiotics, a high-potential offshoot; and growing demand for innovative "cosmeceuticals" is fueling growth in the cosmetics industry.
Probiotics and prebiotics simultaneously present in a product are called either synbiotics or eubiotics.
Eubiotics means the science of healthy living and, in the case of White 7, it refers to specific natural ingredients that contribute to a healthy balance of the chemistry of the mouth and body.
Among EPC's most active industry participants is DSM Nutritional Products, who is expected to share some recent key findings in the field of poultry performance enhancement via various nutritive solutions, such as optimised dietary vitamin inclusion, cost-efficient use of enzymes, inclusion of reliable eubiotics in poultry diets and the importance of carotenoid feeding.
Christophe Paulus, Global Eubiotics Category Manager at DSM, comments: This important step in the European authorization confirms DSM s position as a leading innovator in the animal feed industry.
DSM Nutritional Products' President of Animal Nutrition and Health also has high hopes for the company's eubiotics range, which consists of CRINA[R], CRINA[R] Poultry Plus and VevoVitall[R].
Launched only one month ago, CRINA[R] Poultry Plus is the latest innovation in DSM Nutritional Products' Eubiotics range of products.