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Is kálium-klorid vegan?

Kálium-klorid is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is kálium-klorid?

Kálium-klorid, also known as potassium chloride, is a naturally occurring mineral salt that is commonly used as a food ingredient. It is often used as a substitute for table salt in order to reduce sodium intake, as it has a similar taste but with less sodium content. Kálium-klorid is also used as a nutrient supplement and a food preservative. It is an essential nutrient for the human body, necessary for proper muscle and nerve function, and plays a role in maintaining a healthy blood pressure. However, excessive consumption of kálium-klorid can be harmful to those with certain medical conditions, so it is important to consume it in moderation.

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