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Is dióxido titanio vegan?

Dióxido titanio is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is dióxido titanio?

Dióxido titanio, also known as titanium dioxide, is a naturally occurring mineral widely used as a food additive to enhance the appearance and texture of various food products. It's commonly found in white or light-colored processed foods such as cheese, bread, candy, and sauces. Dióxido titanio is odorless and tasteless, and it's considered safe by regulatory agencies worldwide. However, some studies have linked its consumption to potential health risks, including inflammation and damage to the intestinal lining. Despite this, dióxido titanio remains a popular ingredient in the food industry due to its ability to improve the visual appeal of food products.

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