This post is short but sweet. (Sorry for the pun.)
I do not recommend Ace-K, aka acesulfame potassium.
Ace-K is mostly used in the sweetener blends to enhance the sweetness level.
Ace-K is manufactured with methylene chloride, a carcinogen. On page 249 in my book Splenda®: Is It Safe Or Not?, I include the full FDA report on Ace-K for you to read.
Methylene chloride is used as a solvent in the initial manufacturing of Ace-K because methylene chloride is paint remover.
Methylene chloride is a key ingredient in a variety of paint strippers sold in the U.S. and used in a range of adhesives, such as acrylic cement for hobbyists.
And in acesulfame potassium.
Read all of your ingredients, and if it’s in a product you were going to buy – put it back on the shelf.
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