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Dipotassium Phosphate

Although dipotassium phosphate is safe for healthy individuals, it can be dangerous for those with common health problems, including kidney disease, severe heart and lung disease, and thyroid problems. It’s used as a buffering agent in antifreeze, and in food as an additive to emulsify, stabilize, or provide texture. As a synthetic salt, dipotassium phosphate is inconsistent with clean eating ideology.