Increases in potential health risks and concern

The World Health Organization defines antimicrobial resistance as the ability of a microorganism to stop antimicrobials (ex. antibiotics, antivirals, etc.) from working against it. As a result, standard treatments become ineffective, infection persists, and health risks increase. It is important to understand that antimicrobial resistance occurs naturally, typically through genetic changes, over time. Microorganisms’ ability to adapt and change in dynamic environments explains their survival over millions of years; however, research suggests that recently antimicrobial resistance has increased at an accelerated rate.

Canadian Bio-Systems’ Maxi-Gen Plus contains three active yeast components: whole yeast, nucleotides, and yeast cell wall.

Using the entirety of the yeast cell, whole yeast acts as a probiotic in the gastrointestinal tract which improves the microbiome environment. Nucleotide supplementation aids in the tissue function and cellular division, especially in times of stress, as they are the building blocks for DNA synthesis. The yeast cell wall is rich in mannan- and beta-glucan-carbohydrates which are responsible for a prebiotic effect resulting in improved animal health.



With Maxi-Nutrio supplementation the cell wall fraction, rich in associated proteins and mannan- and glucan-based polysaccharides, contributes valuable nutritional properties that have been shown to improve animal health and performance.

Toxins and pathogenic bacteria within the gastrointestinal tract are bound while the growth of beneficial bacteria growth is promoted. The bacteria load is reduced and in turn the metabolic load of an immune response is also reduced.

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