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Is fibra vegetale vegan?

Fibra vegetale is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fibra vegetale?

Fibra vegetale is an Italian term that translates to "vegetable fiber" in English. It refers to a type of dietary fiber that is derived from plant sources. This ingredient is often used in the food industry to add bulk and texture to a variety of products, including baked goods, cereals, and snacks. Fibra vegetale is a rich source of insoluble fiber, which can aid in digestion and promote feelings of fullness. Additionally, it can help regulate blood sugar levels and lower cholesterol levels. This versatile ingredient is a great addition to any healthy diet and can be easily incorporated into a variety of dishes.

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