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Is magnesium carbonate vegan?

Magnesium carbonate is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is magnesium carbonate?

Magnesium carbonate is a fine white powder commonly used as a food additive and dietary supplement. It is an inorganic compound that contains magnesium, carbon, and oxygen. As a supplement, magnesium carbonate is often used to improve bone density and support muscle function. It also acts as an antacid to help relieve symptoms of indigestion and heartburn. In the food industry, it is used as a bulking agent and an anti-caking agent in powdered food products like spices, baking powder, and cake mixes. Magnesium carbonate has a neutral taste and does not affect the flavor of the food it is added to.

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