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Is magnesiumlactat vegan?

Magnesiumlactat is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is magnesiumlactat?

Magnesium lactate is a naturally occurring mineral compound that combines magnesium and lactic acid. It is commonly used as a food additive and supplement due to its high bioavailability and numerous health benefits. Magnesium lactate is easily absorbed by the body, making it an excellent source of magnesium, which is essential for nerve function, muscle relaxation, and maintaining healthy bones. It also has antioxidant properties and can aid in digestion. Magnesium lactate is often added to sports drinks, energy bars, and other food products to boost their nutritional value and provide an added energy boost.

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