The ISA goes more social!

Posted: 19 April 2016

The International Sweeteners Association (ISA) is pleased to announce the launch of its new pages on Facebook and LinkedIn. The latest scientific news and interesting information about low calorie sweeteners, their benefits and use in our everyday di...


ISA statement in support of world health day to halt the rise of diabetes

Posted: 01 April 2016

A sweet effort to beat diabetes! The World Health Organisation (WHO) has selected diabetes as the theme for World Health Day 20161, to raise awareness of the ways in which diabetes can be prevented or managed effectively to avoid complications. On t...


Celebrate world oral health day with the International Sweeteners Association (ISA)

Posted: 01 March 2016

Oral health: A mirror of your overall health For a third consecutive year, the International Sweeteners Association (ISA) supports the World Dental Federation in celebrating World Oral Health Day (WOHD) on 20th March. This year, WOHD aims to get eve...


Diet-related food primes lead to lower energy intake in dieters

Author(s): ISA | Posted: 01 October 2015

EFAD Conference 2015 – Amsterdam, 26 October: While public health concerns about obesity and its consequences are high on the agenda for both governments and health professions everywhere, it is easy to forget the role that losing weight – or maintai...


Low calorie sweetness – its impact on appetite and relationship to diet quality

Posted: 01 October 2015

FENS Conference 2015 – Berlin, 21 October: Human appetite for sweetness is innate and remains highly influenced by genetics, ethnicity and individual food experiences. However, with the increasing global health and economic burden of obesity and rela...


Our appetite for sweetness is complex and influenced by multiple factors, say leading european experts

Posted: 01 May 2015

Prague, 8 May 2015: Our innate desire for sweet taste, our genetic predisposition, our liking and wanting for sweetness, and the subsequent effects on satiety, appetite, and weight management, were just some of the key points raised by a panel of lea...