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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This ability to regulate food intake based on a sugary taste may be weakened by the regular consumption of artificial sweeteners such as aspartame, acesulphame k and saccharin - so we over-eat.
100 calories, 23g sugar Reduced-calorie and sugar because it's partly sweetened with aspartame, acesulphame k and saccharin (artificial sweeteners).