SEALYT Decreasing digestive disorders and rehydrating animals

SeaLyt is a regulator of the digestive system promoting rehydratation and stimulating water intake.

The challenge

Digestive disorders and dehydration

Digestive disorders are the leading cause of mortality in young animals, known for causing significant financial losses in pig and poultry farming because of delayed growth. Digestive disorders are caused by damage to the intestinal wall and trigger dehydration, loss of electrolytes, mineral leakage and poor assimilation of nutrients, sapping the animal’s energy.

The solution

Regulator of the digestive system

Rich in algae-based marine sulphated polysaccharides (MSP) that stimulate mucine production, SeaLyt thickens the mucous covering the intestinal epithelium. This better-protected mucosal barrier is more efficient at regulating the update of nutrients. SeaLyt is also rich in easily assimilated energy. Overall, SeaLyt regulates bowel function and promotes rehydration in the animals.

The results

Animals with improved viability thanks to fewer digestive disorders.

SeaLyt is recommended in the event of

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    Digestive disorders

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    Prostrate attitude

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    Thermal stress

Directions for use

For best results, consult your veterinarian for a tailored plan and dosage.

How to use

Young, growing or breeding animals

1 x 87 g spark  per 1,000 l of drinking water daily for 1-3 days*

1 x 45 g spark per 500 l of drinking water daily for 1-3 days*

1 x 16 g spark per 200 l of drinking water daily for 1-3 days*

* Depending on the animal’s condition.




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