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Is iodate de potassium vegan?

Iodate de potassium is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is iodate de potassium?

Potassium iodate is a chemical compound that contains iodine, an essential nutrient required for proper thyroid function. As a food ingredient, it is used primarily as a source of iodine in salt and baked goods. Potassium iodate is highly soluble in water and is considered more stable than other iodine sources, making it a popular choice for fortifying foods with iodine. While iodine deficiency can lead to serious health problems, including goiter and hypothyroidism, excessive consumption of iodine can also be harmful. Therefore, it is important to use potassium iodate in moderation and follow recommended daily intake guidelines.

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