B group vitamins act as coenzymes on different metabolic pathways and, in many biochemical reactions multiple B-group vitamins are involved at the same time. Their presence is fundamental for the normal functioning of the organism.
Thiamine was the firts vitamin to be identified in 1912. Thiamine as coenzyme is involved in more than 20 enzymatic reactions and plays a critical role in the production of energy from food in the carbohydrate metabolism. It is also a linking factor between carbohydrate, protein and fat metabolism. Thiamine recommendations increase when the main energy source supplied by the feed is carbohydrate.
For more information on dsm-firmenich Vitamin Supplementation Guidelines.
|dsm-firmenich Product||Content (min.)||Formulation Technology||Application|
|ROVIMIX® B1||98% (980 g/kg)||Fine crystalline powder||Mash, Pellet, Expansion, Extrusion|