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Food For Life Rice Almond Bread

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White Rice Flour, Fruit Juice Concentrate (Pineapple juice concentrate, Peach juice concentrate, Pear juice concentrate), Almond Meal, Tapioca Flour, Safflower Oil, Fresh Yeast, Vegetable Gum (Xanthan, Cellulose), Rice Bran, Arrow Root.

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Featured Ingredient of the Day

Acesulfame K

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What is Acesulfame K?

Acesulfame K also known as Acesulfame potassium is an artificial sweetener. It is also marketed under the trade names "Sunett" and "Sweet One".

Health Concerns

"The safety tests of acesulfame-K were conducted in the 1970s and were of mediocre quality. Key rat tests were afflicted by disease in the animal colonies; a mouse study was several months too brief and did not expose animals during gestation. Two rat studies suggest that the additive might cause cancer. It was for those reasons that in 1996 the Center for Science in the Public Interest urged the FDA to require better testing before permitting acesulfame-K in soft drinks. In addition, large doses of acetoacetamide, a breakdown product, have been shown to affect the thyroid in rats, rabbits, and dogs. Hopefully, the small amounts in food are not harmful."


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