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Is cellulosa vegan?

Cellulosa is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cellulosa?

Cellulose is a natural polymer found in the cell walls of plants, providing structural support and rigidity. It is a type of dietary fiber that is not digestible by humans, but plays an important role in promoting digestive health and preventing constipation. Cellulose is commonly used as an ingredient in processed foods as a texturizer, thickener, and stabilizer. It can also be found in dietary supplements and medications. Despite being derived from plants, cellulose is considered safe for consumption by vegetarians and vegans. Additionally, it is a low-calorie and low-fat ingredient that can help reduce the overall caloric content of foods.

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