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Is de fructose de blé vegan?

De fructose de blé is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de fructose de blé?

"De fructose de blé" is a natural sweetener derived from wheat. It is a type of sugar that is low on the glycemic index, making it a popular choice for those looking to manage their blood sugar levels. Unlike regular table sugar, de fructose de blé is metabolized more slowly, which means it provides a steady source of energy without causing blood sugar spikes. It has a subtle sweetness and is often used in baking and cooking as a healthier alternative to sugar. It is also a common ingredient in many health foods and dietary supplements, making it a versatile and sought-after ingredient in the food industry.

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