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Are arabinogalactans vegan?

Arabinogalactans is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is arabinogalactans?

Arabinogalactans are complex carbohydrates found in various plant sources such as larch trees, carrots, and radishes. They have a unique chemical structure that makes them valuable for their potential health benefits. Arabinogalactans are known to support gut health by feeding the beneficial bacteria in the digestive system, helping to boost immunity, and aiding in the absorption of nutrients. They are also used in food production as a natural thickener and stabilizer, and in dietary supplements as an immune booster. Arabinogalactans are a versatile ingredient with a wide range of potential applications in the food and healthcare industries.

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