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Is thamin mononitrate vegan?

Thamin mononitrate is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is thamin mononitrate?

Thiamin mononitrate is a synthetic form of vitamin B1, a crucial nutrient that helps the body convert food into energy. This white, crystalline powder is commonly used as a food additive to fortify processed foods with this essential vitamin. Thiamin mononitrate is water-soluble and can be easily absorbed by the body. It has a slightly bitter taste and is odorless. While it is generally considered safe for consumption in moderation, excessive intake can cause adverse effects such as skin rash, headache, and stomach upset. Thiamin mononitrate is an important ingredient in many breakfast cereals, breads, and other baked goods.

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