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Are glukos vegan?

Glukos is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is glukos?

Glukos, also known as glucose, is a simple sugar that is essential for providing energy to the body's cells. This organic compound is naturally found in fruits, vegetables, and honey. Glukos is commonly used as a sweetener in food products, especially in the sports nutrition industry as it is easily absorbed by the body and can quickly replenish glycogen stores during physical activity. It has a mildly sweet taste and is often used in baking and candy making. Glukos is also used in medicine to treat hypoglycemia, a condition where blood sugar levels become too low. Overall, Glukos is a versatile and important ingredient in both food and medicine industries.

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