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Is havrefiber vegan?

Havrefiber is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is havrefiber?

Havrefiber is a versatile food ingredient made from oat hulls, the outermost layer of the oat grain. Rich in soluble fiber, it has been shown to help regulate blood sugar levels and support healthy digestion. With its mild flavor and fine texture, havrefiber can be easily incorporated into a variety of recipes, from baked goods to smoothies. Not only does it add a nutritional boost to meals, but it can also help improve their texture and moisture content. As a plant-based ingredient, havrefiber is a great choice for those looking to incorporate more fiber into their diets while also reducing their environmental impact.

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