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Is dekstroza vegan?

Dekstroza is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is dekstroza?

Dextrose, also known as Dekstroza, is a simple sugar derived from corn starch. It is chemically identical to glucose and is often used as a sweetener and energy source in various food and beverage products. Dekstroza is commonly found in sports drinks, energy bars, and other fitness-related supplements due to its quick and efficient ability to provide energy to the body. Its high glycemic index also makes it a popular ingredient in baking and candy-making, where it helps create a smooth and creamy texture. Additionally, Dekstroza is often used in the pharmaceutical industry as a source of glucose for IV fluids and other medical applications.

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