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Is plant fibre vegan?

Plant fibre is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is plant fibre?

Plant fibre refers to the indigestible portion of plant-based foods, which can provide a range of health benefits. These fibres are found in various parts of plants, including the stem, leaves, roots, and seeds. Some common sources of plant fibre include fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and legumes. Consuming plant fibre can help improve digestion, lower cholesterol levels, and regulate blood sugar. Additionally, it can promote feelings of fullness and aid in weight management. Including plant fibre in your diet is essential for maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and can be easily incorporated into meals through the consumption of whole, plant-based foods.

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