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Is nátrium-ciklamát vegan?

Nátrium-ciklamát is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is nátrium-ciklamát?

Nátrium-ciklamát, also known as sodium cyclamate, is a non-nutritive sweetener that is commonly used in the food industry as a sugar substitute. It is derived from cyclohexylsulfamic acid and is approximately 30 times sweeter than sucrose. Despite its widespread use in many countries, nátrium-ciklamát has been banned in some parts of the world due to health concerns. Some studies have suggested that it may be linked to increased risk of cancer, although other research has disputed these claims. As a result, nátrium-ciklamát is a controversial ingredient that continues to be the subject of much debate and scrutiny.

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