Low Calorie Sweeteners

Press Release | Jul 10 2013

News Backgrounder from the IFIC Foundation

Blog entry | Jun 11 2013

Physical activity, maintaining a healthy weight, and eating a healthy diet play a huge role in diabetes prevention and control.

Article | Jan 08 2013
  • The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) launched a public consultation on its draft scientific opinion on the safety of the low-calorie sweetener aspartame.      
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

Article | Sep 12 2012


Produced in cooperation with the Diabetes Care and Education Dietetic Practice Group of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

Article | Jan 10 2012

What is Aspartame?

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

Article | Oct 14 2009


Guidelines & Regulations | Oct 14 2009

The International Food Information Council Foundation has developed a Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR)-approved continuing professional education (CPE) online program on the subject of low

Article | Oct 14 2009

Acesulfame potassium is a calorie-free sweetener that has been used in foods and beverages around the world for 15 years.

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