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Is eisen-ii-gluconat vegan?

Eisen-ii-gluconat is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is eisen-ii-gluconat?

Eisen-II-gluconate is a mineral supplement that provides the body with iron in an easily-absorbed form. It is made up of two molecules of gluconic acid and one molecule of iron, which helps to regulate oxygen transport and energy metabolism throughout the body. This ingredient is commonly used in food fortification to prevent iron deficiency anemia and improve overall health. Eisen-II-gluconate can be found in a variety of foods including cereals, bread, and other baked goods. When consumed as part of a balanced diet, eisen-II-gluconate can help support healthy blood cells and promote overall well-being.

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