Phytase can liberate essential inositol

AB Vista video sheds new light on positive effects of complete phytate destruction on animal nutrition.

A new video from AB Vista reveals details about why complete phytate destruction in the digestive tract may lead to increased growth efficiency in swine and poultry.

The video — the second in the new "Extraordinary Science Brought to Life" series — explains what happens when phytic acid (IP6) is completely broken down by phytase super-dosing.

"Complete IP6 breakdown leads to the production of inositol — a nutrient that seems to play a valuable role in improving growth and fe

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