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Is kálium-jodát vegan?

Kálium-jodát is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is kálium-jodát?

Kálium-jodát, also known as potassium iodate, is a chemical compound commonly used as a food additive and a source of iodine. This white, odorless, crystalline powder is highly soluble in water and can be found in many commercially produced baked goods, such as bread and flour products, as well as in iodized salt. Kálium-jodát is an essential nutrient that supports thyroid function, which plays a crucial role in regulating metabolism and maintaining overall health. However, excessive consumption of kálium-jodát may lead to thyroid disorders, making it important to monitor intake levels.

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