Fenchem takes SAMe to Europe

Fenchem takes SAMe to Europe

Fenchem’s SAMe-way is produced by fermentation, which has the advantages of low cost and no pollution.

Fenchem will focus marketing SAMe-way™ SAMe in Europe. S-Adenosyl methionine(SAMe) is a naturally occurring compound produced by the body from the amino acid methionine. SAMe affects virtually all cells in the body but is especially important in the liver cells. It is converted into very important compounds through three chemical processes in the liver: trassulfuration, transmethylation, and aminopropylation. These processes can affect liver, joint and mood health in animals.

SAMe is considered a dietary supplement and is available in an oral form. It should be given on an empty stomach for maximum absorption. It is much easier to give supplements to the pets and hide it in their food. Supplemental SAMe has been shown to be effective in sustaining a healthy liver, supporting mobile joints, and maintaining a positive mood in pets.

Fenchem’s SAMe-waySAMe is produced by fermentation, which has the advantages of low cost and no pollution. This production method has been the main way to produce SAMe from the L-methionine. The yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiace is utilized in this process. SAMe-way is available in two salt forms, Adem etionine 1, 4-Butanedisulfonate and Ademetionine Disulfate Tosylate. One prominent advantage of our SAMe-way is that the ratio of active ingredient (s, s) isomer is high up to more than 90 percent. With the high purity of active components and good stability in formulations, SAMe-way ensures high bioavailability and cost savings for our customers.

S-adenosylmethionineis popular in Europe for over two decades, which is used for liver and joint health and mood enhancement. We have five branched offices overseas, two of which are in Europe—Germany and Czech Republic. These two offices will contribute to our business and play an important role in our EU market.




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