sucralose

Blog entry | Sep 11 2017

Curious about low-calorie sweeteners? You’re not alone. Conflicting information about low-calorie sweeteners seems to be reaching new heights, so we’ve searched high and low for the facts.

Blog entry | May 08 2017

The late great Yogi Berra had a way wi

Blog entry | Jul 14 2016

Let’s make sure to keep perspective on what one recent finding may report versus the totality of science supporting low-calorie sweeteners.

Blog entry | Feb 08 2016

Every so often, we read a new study that challenges what decades of research have demonstrated. While it makes for great headlines, we’re often left wondering: is it credible?

Blog entry | Aug 18 2015

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Artificial sweeteners
Article | Sep 17 2014

Low-calorie sweeteners have a long history of safe use in a variety of foods and beverages, ranging from soft drinks to puddings and candies to table-top sweeteners.

Press Release | Jul 10 2013

News Backgrounder from the IFIC Foundation

Article | Oct 23 2012

Low-calorie sweeteners (also sometimes referred to as artificial sweeteners or sugar substitutes) provide consumers with a broad selection of safe, low-calorie, good-tasting foods, and offer a swee

Sucralose adds sweetness to foods and beverages without adding calories or carbohydrates. As an alternative to sugar and other calorie-containing sweeteners, it can play a role in weight management programs that combine sensible nutrition and physical activity.
Article | Jan 11 2010

Favorably Reviewed by the American Academy of Physician Assistants
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Article | Oct 12 2009
This IFIC Review examines how low-calorie sweeteners (sometimes referred to as non-nutritive sweeteners, artificial sweeteners or sugar substitutes) are used to help reduce the caloric c