Gluten-free? Vegan? Dairy-free? And More
Marshmallows were basically manufactured from a herb named Althaea Officinalis, which has fleshy roots and was used for treating cough and healing wounds.
How were marshmallows
You may be disappointed to know marshmallows are technically not vegan. The reason behind this is that one of the main ingredients for manufacturing marshmallows is gelatin.
Most marshmallow brands have ensured that their products do not contain gluten. However, it is best to check the ingredients on the list of the marshmallow candy packet.
Marshmallows are dairy-free and lactose-free. If you are intolerant to lactose, you do not need to think twice before having your marshmallow.
A few pieces of marshmallows may not be a problem for your diet. Each serving of marshmallows contains 99.1 calories, 2.9 g of fat, and 0 saturated fat.
The high carbohydrate content of marshmallows does not fit itself into the low carbohydrate keto diet plans.
Usually, marshmallows have a shelf life of six to eight months. You must look for the ‘best before’ date to know when the marshmallows may expire before you buy them.
good for you?
Marshmallows may be manufactured from plants, but they are processed food. They have very few health benefits, including treating sore throat and helping with wounds.
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