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Is lecytyna sojowa vegan?

Lecytyna sojowa is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lecytyna sojowa?

Lecytyna sojowa, also known as soy lecithin, is a natural emulsifier derived from soybeans. It is a rich source of choline, a nutrient that supports brain function and helps regulate the nervous system. Lecytyna sojowa is commonly used as an additive in many processed foods, such as chocolate, baked goods, and salad dressings, to improve their texture, stability, and shelf life. It can also be used in non-food applications, such as cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, and industrial products. With its versatile and functional properties, lecytyna sojowa has become a staple ingredient in the modern food industry.

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