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Is jodsalt vegan?

Jodsalt is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is jodsalt?

Jodsalt is a type of salt that is enriched with iodine, an essential mineral that the human body needs for proper thyroid function. It is commonly used as a seasoning in cooking, just like regular salt, and has a slightly milder taste. The addition of iodine to jodsalt helps to prevent iodine deficiency, a condition that can cause goiter, hypothyroidism, and other health problems. Jodsalt is often recommended by health professionals and nutritionists as a simple and effective way to ensure adequate iodine intake. It is widely available in supermarkets and health food stores, and can be used in place of regular salt in most recipes.

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