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Is minerálna voda vegan?

Minerálna voda is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is minerálna voda?

Minerálna voda, also known as mineral water, is a type of naturally-sourced water that contains various minerals and trace elements. It is found in underground springs or wells and is known for its potential health benefits due to its rich mineral content. Minerálna voda can be still or carbonated and is often consumed as a refreshing beverage or used in cooking. It is believed to aid digestion, improve hydration, and even promote healthy skin. With its unique composition of natural minerals, minerálna voda is a popular choice among health-conscious consumers looking to quench their thirst while prioritizing their wellbeing.

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