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Is calcium phòsphate vegan?

Calcium phòsphate is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is calcium phòsphate?

Calcium phosphate is a naturally occurring mineral that plays a critical role in various biological functions. It is an essential ingredient in bone and teeth formation, making it an essential nutrient for maintaining healthy bones and teeth. Calcium phosphate also acts as a buffer, helping to maintain the pH balance in the body's cells and fluids. Additionally, it is a common food additive that is used as a source of calcium and to enhance the texture and stability of processed foods. Calcium phosphate is safe for consumption and is found in a wide range of food products, including dairy, baked goods, and supplements.

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