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Is fibre d'avoine vegan?

Fibre d'avoine is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fibre d'avoine?

Fibre d'avoine, also known as oat fiber, is a natural food ingredient derived from the outermost layer of oat grains. It is a rich source of dietary fiber, containing both soluble and insoluble fibers that provide numerous health benefits. This versatile ingredient has a neutral taste and can be added to a variety of food products to increase their fiber content, without affecting their texture or flavor. Fibre d'avoine has been linked to improved digestive health, reduced cholesterol levels, and better blood sugar control, making it a popular choice among health-conscious consumers and food manufacturers alike.

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