Dirty Keto
Acesulfame K

Acesulfame K (Ace K)

per 10 g:
0g
net carbs
0g
fats
0g
protein
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calories

Is Acesulfame K Keto?

Acesulfame K is a calorie-free artificial sweetener with a glycemic index of zero. It won't kick you out of ketosis, but it may lead to gut health problems when consumed regularly.

Unhealthy Artificial Sweetener

Acesulfame K is carb-free and has a glycemic index of 0. It won't raise your blood sugar levels, but it may lead to gut health problems when consumed regularly.

As an alternative, you may use non-glycemic and non-caloric sweeteners such as stevia, monk fruit, and erythritol.

Dirty Keto

Acesulfame K is unhealthy so it should be avoided on keto even if it is low in net carbs.

Dirty Keto is a common label for low-carb foods with unhealthy ingredients. You may still reach ketosis and lose weight with dirty keto, but it might also lead to health problems in the long run.

Here are the common ingredients to check for keto - sweeteners, oils, food additives.

Net Carb Calculator

Acesulfame K
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Alternative Sweeteners for Keto

Keto-Friendly

Generic

Stevia

0
Net Carbs per 10g
Low Carb
Keto Sweetener
No effect in ketosis
Keto-Friendly
0.6
Net Carbs per 10g
Low Carb
Keto Sweetener
No effect in ketosis
Keto in Moderation

Generic

Mannitol

2
Net Carbs per 10g
Moderate Carb
Low-Glycemic Sugar Alcohol
Might kick you out of ketosis
Keto in Moderation

Generic

Isomalt

2.5
Net Carbs per 10g
Moderate Carb
Low-Glycemic Sugar Alcohol
Might kick you out of ketosis
Dirty Keto

Generic

Saccharin

0
Net Carbs per 10g
Low Carb
Artificial Sweetener
Carb-free but unhealthy

Keto Macros Calculator

Calculate your ideal macros for keto. Just follow the steps below.
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