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Is dióxido de titânio vegan?

Dióxido de titânio is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is dióxido de titânio?

Dióxido de titânio is a white, odorless, and tasteless compound used as a food coloring agent and sunscreen ingredient. It is often added to products such as candies, chewing gum, and baked goods to enhance their appearance and create a brighter color. This inorganic compound is also used in cosmetics and pharmaceuticals due to its ability to block UV rays. While it may improve the overall aesthetic of food products, some studies suggest that dióxido de titânio could have negative health effects when consumed in large quantities, so it's important to consume it in moderation.

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