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What Sugars Are in Dog Food? What Sugars Are in Dog Food?

Dog food is rich in nutrients, among which sugars are indispensable nutrients. There are many forms of sugars. After entering the body, they are often decomposed into glucose and metabolized. However, in dog food, there are undoubtedly many substances that can be converted into sugar.


So, what are the sugars in dog food? Let's find out together with PETO dog accessories wholesale china company.


1. Mannan Oligosaccharides


Mannan Oligosaccharides (MOS) also have the effect of promoting the growth of beneficial intestinal flora and inhibiting harmful flora, but the mechanism of the two effects is different. Mannan Oligosaccharides are mainly derived from the cell wall of yeast cells and can effectively bind pathogenic bacteria to prevent them from adhering to intestinal cells. At the same time, Mannan Oligosaccharides can enhance the intestinal mucosal immune response by inducing the production of IgA antibodies. Prebiotics are not the same as probiotics, which are bacteria that were originally found in yogurt. Added in some of our dried dog treats wholesale, they usually have no effect on the body and can be degraded by the digestive enzymes of the animal body.


2. FructoMannan Oligosaccharides


FructoMannan Oligosaccharides (FOS) are fermentable fibers that are broken down into short-chain fatty acids (SCFAs) by bacteria in the gut. Short-chain fatty acids acidify the intestinal environment and promote the growth and reproduction of beneficial intestinal bacteria, such as bifidobacteria and lactobacilli. At the same time, short-chain fatty acids in intestinal cells can directly supply energy and help maintain the health of the intestinal mucosa. However, adding too much FOS will result in loose stools with high water content.

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