Acesulfame and breast feeding

From WikiMD's free health, diet & wellness encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

No well-controlled data are available on the extent of passage of acesulfame into breastmilk. However, acesulfame has been found in variable concentrations in the breastmilk of nursing mothers who report consuming artificially sweetened beverages and sweetener packets in the past 24 hours. Even some mothers who reported not consuming artificial sweeteners have small amounts of acesulfame in their breastmilk. Some authors suggest that women may wish to limit the consumption of nonnutritive sweeteners while breastfeeding because their effect on the nursing infants are unknown.

Latest research


Up to date info


Alternative drugs - Acesulfame and breast feeding

Suggested alternatives on Acesulfame and breast feeding, when available and appropriate.

Breast feeding and drugs

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z

External links

Medicine icon
Medicine icon

This WikiMD article Acesulfame and breast feeding is a stub. If you are familiar with the topic Acesulfame and breast feeding, you can help us. Paid editors welcome!


Acesulfame and breast feeding is part of WikiMD's free ^articles!

^Acesulfame and breast feeding (article) is provided for informational purposes only. No expressed or implied warranties as to the validity of content.
WikiMD is not a substitute for professional advice. By accessing and using WikiMD you agree to the terms of use.
Templates etc. when imported from Wikipedia, are licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0. See full disclaimers.
W8MD weight loss logo

Ad. Tired of being overweight?. W8MD's physician weight loss program can HELP. Tele medicine available