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Is magnesiumcarbonat vegan?

Magnesiumcarbonat is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is magnesiumcarbonat?

Magnesium carbonate is a white, odorless, and tasteless powder that is widely used as a food additive and dietary supplement. It is made by combining magnesium oxide with carbon dioxide, resulting in a compound that is highly stable and non-toxic. Magnesium carbonate has many beneficial properties, including its ability to neutralize stomach acid, promote healthy digestion, and regulate blood pressure. It is commonly added to sports drinks and other beverages to replenish electrolytes lost during exercise. Additionally, it is used in baking as an anti-caking agent and in candy making to produce a smoother texture.

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