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Is dextrose de lé vegan?

Dextrose de lé is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is dextrose de lé?

Dextrose de lé is a type of sweetener that is commonly used in the food and beverage industry. It is a simple sugar derived from corn and is often used as a substitute for table sugar. Dextrose de lé has a clean, sweet taste that is less intense than traditional sugar, making it a popular ingredient in sports drinks, energy bars, and other food products aimed at athletes and active individuals. It also serves as a bulking agent in some powdered drink mixes and instant desserts. Dextrose de lé is highly soluble in water and is quickly absorbed by the body, making it an ideal ingredient for products designed to provide a quick energy boost.

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