Acesulfame K


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Acesulfame K

A low-calorie artificial sweetener, which is 200-fold sweeter than table sugar and aspartame, and half as sweet as saccharin.
Adverse effects None reported
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However, breaking down the usage of intense sweeteners in new product launches showed that artificial variants, such as acesulfame K, sucralose and aspartame are still dominant.
Acesulfame K is a calorie-free sweetener sold as Sunett and Sweet One.
Lefferts and Anne Witte Garland, Jacobson found that acesulfame K has not been tested adequately.
Additionally, when acesulfame K breaks down in the body, it creates a chemical called acetoacetamide.
ST Ivel Shape Thick 'n' Creamy has 18 ingredients, including 11 additives: guar gum, aspartame, acesulfame K, citric acid, potassium sorbate, lutein, anthocyanins, beta carotene, ascorbic acid.
SOFT drink has 10 ingredients, including 8 additives: E150d, aspartame, acesulfame K, phosphoric acid, sodium benzoate, caffeine, flavourings, citric acid.
a) acesulfame K (Sweet One) b) aspartame (NutraSweet or Equal) c) saccharin (Sweet'N Low) d) sucralose (Splenda) e) sugar or honey
Acesulfame Potassium: Acesulfame potassium, commonly referred to as Acesulfame K or Ace K, was discovered in 1967.
In each sample, the researchers looked for evidence of four sweeteners: Acesulfame K, saccharin, sucralose, and cyclamate.