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Is oligofruktosesirup vegan?

Oligofruktosesirup is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is oligofruktosesirup?

Oligofructose syrup is a natural sweetener made from the chicory root. This syrup is a combination of fructose and glucose, which are two simple sugars that are naturally found in fruits and vegetables. Oligofructose syrup is a prebiotic fiber that is not digested by the body but instead feeds the beneficial bacteria in the gut. It has a mild, sweet taste and is commonly used as a low-calorie alternative to sugar in various food and beverage products. Oligofructose syrup is also known for its potential health benefits, including improved gut health, increased calcium absorption, and reduced risk of heart disease.

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