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Is mikrokristalline cellulose vegan?

Mikrokristalline cellulose is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is mikrokristalline cellulose?

Mikrokristalline cellulose is a common food ingredient that is used as a bulking agent, anti-caking agent, and emulsifier in processed foods. It is derived from wood pulp and is commonly found in baked goods, dairy products, and snack foods. Mikrokristalline cellulose has many advantages, including its low calorie content and ability to absorb moisture. It is also easily digestible and does not have any adverse effects on human health. However, some people may be allergic to this ingredient, so it is important to read food labels carefully before consuming any food containing mikrokristalline cellulose.

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