BIOACTIVE PEPTIDE REGULATES THE EXCHANGE OF CHEMICALS
IN ANIMAL BODY
Amino acids are highly bioavailable and easily digested. Short-chain peptides have a faster and more stable transport and absorption rate than polypeptide chains.
Enhancing antibacterial, intracellular antioxidant functions, regulating blood pressure and immunity, etc. During production, bioactive peptides help kill many pathogens.
TESTING ON INTESTINAL VILLI
A: The control group did not use protein hydrolysates.
B: The group fed a diet containing protein hydrolysates.
In the control group, the intestinal villi system was thicker and shorter in the diet group containing hydrolysate.
Better absorption of nutrients.
Strengthens the natural protective barrier against bacteria and intestinal pathogens.
BY ATTACKING HARMFUL BACTERIA
Peptides act on bacterial cell membranes