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Is jódozott só vegan?

Jódozott só is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is jódozott só?

Jódozott só, also known as iodized salt, is a common food ingredient that has been fortified with iodine. Iodine is an essential mineral that plays a key role in regulating thyroid hormones and supporting healthy cognitive function. Jódozott só is widely used in cooking and food processing to add flavor and preserve foods. It can be found in various forms, including coarse or fine crystals, and is typically sold in large quantities at affordable prices. Despite its widespread use and availability, it is important to consume jódozott só in moderation to avoid excessive intake of sodium, which can lead to health issues such as high blood pressure.

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