Low calorie sweeteners can play a useful role in glucose and weight control

Posted: 13 December 2017

Science news from the French Nutrition Day 2017 In times when obesity and related diseases such as diabetes constitute major health concerns, new nutrition-related scientific evidence that can add small pieces to the puzzle of building the strategie...


ISA stands by women with diabetes in supporting their right to a healthy future

Posted: 08 November 2017

‘Do it for You’ – ISA’s online activities on World Diabetes Day aim to encourage women to prioritise diabetes management. Brussels, 14 November 2017: Recognising the importance to join forces with the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) in the...


ISA stands by World Obesity Federation’s efforts to halt the global obesity rise

Posted: 11 October 2017

Brussels, 11 October 2017 –The International Sweeteners Association (ISA) proudly supports the World Obesity Federation in its mission to lead and drive global efforts to reduce, prevent and treat obesity now and avoid the consequences later on this ...


Experts present latest evidence about low calorie sweeteners’ effect on insulin sensitivity and diabetes

Posted: 30 September 2017

Science news presented by experts in dietetics and diabetes at the 10th EFAD Conference Rotterdam, 30 September 2017 - With the increasing rate of diabetes globally over the last decades, getting evidence-based information around the use of low calo...


New evidence about low calorie sweeteners’ use as a means to help manage calorie intake and reduce sweet food cravings

Posted: 19 May 2017

Science news from the 24th European Congress on Obesity in Porto Porto, 19th May 2017 - Latest study findings on the long-debated topic of low calorie sweeteners’ effect on appetite, energy intake and weight control add further compelling evidence i...


ISA joins forces in “tackling obesity together”

Posted: 18 May 2017

The ISA supports European Obesity Day 2017 in collaboration with CNAO Being a complex and multi-factorial problem, obesity can only be managed if multiple stakeholders unite their forces in ‘tackling obesity together’. Always committed to further in...