NADOX-L® Detoxifies Mycotoxins
Reduction in the mold quantity, inhibition of mycotoxin production and binding by clay and other material though eliminate the majority of mycotoxin yet, some quantity of toxins invariably reaches in the system. These mycotoxins then get metabolites in the liver majorly and eliminated from the body.
Thus the process of detoxification (to get rid of harmful toxins which get metabolized with various ways and waiting to be thrown out of the body) occurs to eliminate the toxin production is unobstructed; mycotoxins received by animals, reach the liver and get detoxified. Under the influence of various enzymes, detoxification process occurs.
After the resorption in GIT, the principal target organ for mycotoxin is the liver in all species. And the detoxification of mycotoxins occurs in the liver through a complex enzymatic process.
Liver detoxification depends on the enzyme activation such as the cytochrome P450 system and Phase-I. Phase-I is characterized by functionalization reactions like oxidative, reductive or hydrolytic reactions. This phase can either bioactive or detoxify mycotoxin. This metabolic mechanism always follows a specific route and is divided into three phases. The metabolites of this phase enter Phase-II of the detoxification, characterized by conjugation reactions through transferases. This step is the actual detoxification. These conjugated metabolites enter Phase-III, characterized by transporters that are responsible for the excretion of the conjugated metabolites.
Researches show that NADOX-L®:
- Reduces the level of serum bilirubin and lipid in the liver.
- Accelerated the mycotoxin metabolism in the liver.
- Increased liver enzyme activity.
- Prevent liver damage.
NADOX-L® Supports Immune System and Hepatic Functions
One of the main adverse effects of mycotoxins is immune suppression. The immunosuppressive effects of mycotoxicosis are often difficult to recognize because the signs of disease associated with the infection are more apparent than the toxin that predisposed the infection.
Mycotoxins have a significant effect on hepatic functions and most of them are hepatotoxic. Causing fatty livers, hepatocyte degeneration, necrosis and some incapacity effect of the liver. If fungal growth and toxin production is unobstructed, mycotoxin received by animals, reach the liver and get detoxified.
Further, NADOX-L® contains yeast metabolite i.e. Mannan-oligosaccharide (MOS) which is an immunomodulator. Silymarin is also potential antioxidants as well as liver stimulants which gives the second line of defence against mycotoxin problem. These two actions enable the body to repair the damage caused by the mycotoxins and restore its maximum function.
Effective formula of NADOX-L® developed by many studies and food storage techniques. With ‘Total mycotoxin control’ program expected a new understanding of the encounter of mycotoxin problem. NADOX-L® offers an effective solution with control steps and blocks production of mycotoxin.
Add 1ml of this product to 4L-5L drinking water, stir well. Continuous use for 5 to 10 days. Or as Advised by a veterinarian.
Store in a dark and clean warehouse with below 20C, do not store together with any toxic or Hazardous Materials. Once opened make sure to use it up as soon as possible or sealed well.