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Is trifoszfátok vegan?

Trifoszfátok is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is trifoszfátok?

Trifoszfátok, also known as triphosphates, are a group of food additives commonly used in processed foods to enhance their texture, flavor, and moisture retention. These compounds consist of three phosphate groups linked together and can be derived from natural sources like plants or artificially synthesized. Trifoszfátok have been approved for use in food by regulatory authorities, but some studies suggest that excessive consumption may have negative health effects, including an increased risk of cardiovascular disease. Therefore, it's important to consume trifoszfátok in moderation and prioritize whole, unprocessed foods whenever possible.

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