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Is celuloza vegan?

Celuloza is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is celuloza?

Celuloza, commonly known as cellulose, is a natural polysaccharide that forms the structural component of plant cell walls. It's an essential dietary fiber that cannot be digested by humans, making it a zero-calorie ingredient. Celuloza is extracted from sources such as wood pulp, cottonseed hulls, and various plants. It's widely used as a thickener, stabilizer, and emulsifier in food products such as ice cream, salad dressings, and processed meats. Additionally, celuloza has been linked to several health benefits, including improved digestive health, decreased risk of heart disease, and better weight management.

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