How to recognize a quality yeast cell wall product?

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The use of antibiotics in livestock has been one of the most contentious issues over the last several years. As a replacement for antibiotics, many companies have formulated yeast cell wall products that are derived from fermentation.

However, this has also led to an influx of low-quality and ineffective yeasts on the market. If you’re searching for a product with sufficient amounts of beta-glucans and mannan-oligosaccharides in order to get proper results for your animals, it’s important to recognize the signs of a quality yeast cell wall product. 

In this blog post, we will discuss what makes a quality yeast cell wall product and how to recognize one when you come across it in your search for a solution.

How is the yeast cell wall formed?

Yeast cell walls (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) are the outer covering of most yeasts, which is important for their growth. The yeast wall contains several essential components that contribute to its functional properties.

Structure of yeast cell wall

Yeast cell walls provide beta-glucans, mannan oligosaccharides, chitin (approximately 30, 30, and 2%, respectively). These are considered to be important in animal nutrition because of their ability to absorb pathogenic bacteria and combine with mycotoxins.

Yeast cell walls are typically obtained by hydrolysis with the addition of exogenous enzymes, separated by centrifugation from the yeast extract and then dried.

With a little help from enzymes, yeast cells manage to break down their walls and turn them into something that we can use. The process starts by hydrolyzing the molecules in whatever chemical compound is feeding them; this causes the separation of water-soluble parts like sugars or starches while leaving more durable minerals behind including calcium salts (which make up cell walls). 

Next comes extraction with centrifugal forces being used at high speeds so anything caught inside won’t get pulverized – then lastly addition on enduing pressure during purification processes such as membrane filtration systems where microorganisms don’t pass through.

What makes a quality yeast cell wall product?

There are a few key factors to look for when distinguishing a quality yeast cell wall product from a low-quality one.

Yeast growing conditions (fermentation)

First, look at the yeast growing conditions (fermentation method). There are three common strains that are used for making yeast cell walls: Baker’s yeast, Brewer’s yeast, and Sugar cane molasses, out of which the best is Sugar cane molasses. The yeast should also be grown in a sterile environment to prevent contamination.

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Strain selection

Second, look at the yeast strain selection. Not all Saccharomyces cerevisiae are created equal; some strains have superior attributes to others. 

Look for a product that is high in beta-glucans and mannan oligosaccharides, which are important components of a quality yeast cell wall product.

This is very important when it comes to animal nutrition because the health of the animal depends on the quality of the yeast cell wall product.

The production process of the cell walls

Third, look at the production process of the cell wall. A quality yeast cell wall product is typically created via exogenous enzymes for hydrolysis, centrifugation for separation, and membrane filtration.

The cell wall is then dried to remove any moisture; it’s important that the yeast doesn’t contain too much water in order for ingredients like beta-glucans and mannan oligosaccharides to be present in high quantities. Remember that spray drying is better than roller drying, which can be hard on the yeast. Moreover, roller drying can increase the possibility of the product having black spots.

When looking for a quality yeast cell wall product, it’s important to consider the yeast growing conditions (fermentation method), yeast strain selection, and the production process of the cell walls.

Yeast growing conditions are very important when it comes to animal nutrition because the health of an animal depends on the quality of the yeast cell wall product.

It’s also very important to look at how a company is producing its yeast cell walls because a quality product is created via exogenous enzymes for hydrolysis, centrifugation for separation, and membrane filtration.

A poorly made product will typically have just a single strain of Saccharomyces cerevisiae and be fermented at lower temperatures. 

Make sure to look for a product that is high in beta-glucans and mannan oligosaccharides for maximum health benefits.

These are the three key factors to look for when distinguishing a quality yeast cell wall product from a low-quality one.

Improving mycotoxin binding using yeast cell wall derivative

Hydrolyzed yeast cell wall is considered to be a better quality yeast cell wall derivative. It is around 45% soluble which makes it a great source of soluble fiber. It helps in improving the mycotoxin binding, thus lowering the effects on animal health.

Providing a yeast cell wall derivative supplement provides the unique opportunity to bind mycotoxins in animal feed.

The presence of mycotoxin in animal feed can cause a variety of problems, including decreased production, weight loss, and even death.

Mycotoxin binding using yeast cell wall derivatives is a great way to help protect animals from the harmful effects of mycotoxins.

The presence of large amounts of yeast cell wall derivatives in the intestines can bind mycotoxins before they are absorbed, preventing them from causing any damage.

Mycotoxin binding using yeast cell wall derivative supplements is a great way to help protect animals from the harmful effects of mycotoxins.

Yeast cell wall derivatives have been shown to be very effective at binding mycotoxins and can help improve production, weight gain, and general health in animals.

When looking for a way to help protect animals from the harmful effects of mycotoxins, there are two important aspects to consider:

  • The first is that yeast cell wall derivatives are a great way to bind mycotoxins.
  • The second is that the presence of large amounts of yeast cell wall derivatives in the intestines can bind mycotoxins before they are absorbed, preventing them from causing any damage.

Both of these factors are important when looking for a quality yeast cell wall product that can help improve animal health.

Hiyeast yeast cell wall product

Hiyeast is one of the leading manufacturers of yeast derivatives in China and pays particular focus on continuous research into improving the quality and functionality of animal nutrition.

All Hiyeast products are derived from the finest quality baker’s yeast culture, Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Our team pays particular focus on continuous research into improving the quality and functionality of its solutions.

The YCW product, therefore, consists of a stable level of (1,3)(1,6)-β-D-Glucans (>20%) and MOS (>20%). The two functional polysaccharides that make up the product have beneficial effects on animal health, also improve productivity, and are particularly useful in periods of high stress.

So, if you are looking for a high-quality yeast cell wall product, look no further than Hiyeast. Check out our website to learn more about our products and how we can help you improve your animals’ health.

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