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  1. Potassium Sorbate also known as E202 serves as a preservative in a wide range of foods including: yogurt, cheese, wine, dips, pickles, dried meats, soft drinks, baked goods and ice cream. However, Potassium Sorbate is also skin and eye irritant, and two studies have shown that Potassium Sorbate has the potential to damage our DNA. In one study, Potassium Sorbate is clearly seen to be genotoxic to the human peripheral blood lymphocytes (white blood cells). In another study, Potassium Sorbate mixed with ascorbic acid (synthetic "vitamin C", which is present in many foods), caused mutagenicity and DNA-damaging activity. Potassium Sorbate despite its prevalence, should be avoided.   [edit]
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