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Is eisen-ii-lactat vegan?

Eisen-ii-lactat is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is eisen-ii-lactat?

Eisen-ii-lactat, also known as ferrous lactate, is a food ingredient commonly used as an iron supplement and fortifier in various processed foods. It is a pale yellow or white powder with a slightly sweet taste and good solubility in water. Eisen-ii-lactat is derived from the reaction of iron and lactic acid, making it a natural and safe option for enhancing the nutritional value of food products. This mineral is essential for the production of red blood cells and plays a crucial role in oxygen transport throughout the body. As such, eisen-ii-lactat is a valuable ingredient in promoting overall health and wellbeing.

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