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Zero Calorie Vitamin Water sweetened with Ace K and Sucralose

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Can a vitamin enhanced zero calorie water beverage sweetened with Acesulfame potassium and Sucralose contribute to weight gain?  If it does, please explain.

I don't believe it does, but I'm not a chemist, so I really can't give you a super-conclusive answer.

Personally, when I was losing weight (and I lost a lot of it) I had not problems drinking artificially sweetened beverages EVERY NOW AND THEN. You should still drink WATER 90% of the time, however.

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