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Is natriumcyclamat vegan?

Natriumcyclamat is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is natriumcyclamat?

Natriumcyclamat, also known as sodium cyclamate, is a high-intensity artificial sweetener that is commonly used in food and beverage products as a sugar substitute. It is about 30 to 50 times sweeter than regular sugar, but it has zero calories, making it an ideal option for those who want to reduce their sugar intake without sacrificing taste. Natriumcyclamat is often used in combination with other sweeteners like saccharin to create a more balanced flavor profile. Despite its widespread use, some studies have raised concerns about its potential health risks, and it is banned in certain countries.

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