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Is wheat fibre vegan?

Wheat fibre is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is wheat fibre?

Wheat fibre is a nutrient-rich ingredient derived from the outer layer of wheat grains. This fibrous material is a rich source of dietary fibre, containing both soluble and insoluble forms that offer numerous health benefits. Soluble fibre aids in regulating blood sugar levels and reducing cholesterol, while insoluble fibre promotes digestive regularity and helps prevent constipation. In addition, wheat fibre is low in calories, making it an ideal ingredient for those looking to manage their weight. Its subtle flavour and ability to absorb moisture make it a versatile addition to baked goods, cereal bars, and other food products.

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