Test your acetaldehyde exposure
Acetaldehyde is particularly dangerous if you are suffering from an anacidic stomach, you are taking antacid medication, you are suffering from a chronic Helicobacter pylori infection or you smoke.
Acetaldehyde is the most common carcinogen in the world. The most significant sources of acetaldehyde exposure are high consumption of alcoholic beverages and smoking.
Acetaldehyde is naturally present in many types of food. It is particularly abundant in food produced by fermentation, such as alcoholic beverages, vinegar, dairy products, home-brewed beer and mead. Acetaldehyde is also used as a flavouring in pastries, fruit juices, soft drinks, sweet desserts and dairy products.
Acetium reduces the risk of cancer caused by acetaldehyde. Acetium contains L-cysteine, which is a natural amino acid. L-cysteine binds carcinogenic acetaldehyde and prevents its absorption into the body.