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Is cloruro potasio vegan?

Cloruro potasio is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cloruro potasio?

Potassium chloride, commonly known as "cloruro potasio" in Spanish, is a mineral salt that is widely used in the food industry as a salt substitute. This white crystalline powder is odorless and has a slightly bitter taste. It is also an essential nutrient that plays a vital role in various bodily functions, including muscle and nerve function, maintaining normal blood pressure, and regulating water balance. In addition to its use as a salt substitute, potassium chloride is also used in fertilizers, pharmaceuticals, and other industrial applications. However, it should be consumed in moderation, as excessive consumption may cause health problems such as hyperkalemia.

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