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Is hvetekim vegan?

Hvetekim is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is hvetekim?

Hvetekim, also known as wheat germ, is the heart of the wheat kernel and a nutrient-packed ingredient that offers numerous health benefits. It contains high levels of protein, fiber, vitamins E and B, minerals like zinc and iron, and antioxidants. Hvetekim has a nutty flavor and can be used in a variety of recipes such as bread, muffins, smoothies, and salads. Due to its nutritional content, hvetekim supports healthy digestion, boosts immune function, promotes skin health, and reduces the risk of chronic diseases such as cancer, diabetes, and heart disease. Incorporating hvetekim into your diet is an easy way to add extra nutrition to your meals.

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