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Is dekstroosi vegan?

Dekstroosi is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is dekstroosi?

Dekstroosi, also known as dextrose or glucose, is a simple sugar that is commonly used as a sweetener in food and beverages. It is derived from corn starch and is chemically identical to the glucose that is produced by the human body. Dekstroosi is an easily digestible carbohydrate that provides a quick source of energy, making it a popular ingredient in sports drinks and energy bars. In addition to its sweetening properties, dekstroosi also functions as a bulking agent and can improve the texture and mouthfeel of certain foods. It is widely used in the food industry and is considered a safe and natural ingredient.

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