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Is glúkósi vegan?

Glúkósi is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is glúkósi?

Glúkósi is a simple sugar and a type of carbohydrate that serves as the primary source of energy for the body. It is also known as glucose or dextrose and is naturally found in fruits, vegetables, and honey. Glúkósi is a crucial ingredient in the food industry, commonly used as a sweetener and a source of energy in various products, including baked goods, energy drinks, and sports supplements. It is easily absorbed by the body, making it an ideal ingredient for athletes and those seeking a quick boost of energy. Despite its widespread use, excessive consumption of glúkósi can lead to adverse health effects, including diabetes, obesity, and tooth decay.

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