Low calorie sweeteners’ benefits in weight control are well documented

Posted: 04 April 2017

ISA statement in response to a Press Release by the Endocrine Society The collective body of evidence supporting low calorie sweeteners’ benefits in weight control overshadows claims in a new sucralose study presented at the Endocrine Society's 99t...


Public Health England endorses low calorie sweeteners’ use in sugar reduction and reformulation

Posted: 30 March 2017

ISA statement welcoming the publication of the technical report by Public Health England on sugar reduction The International Sweeteners Association (ISA) welcomes the publication of the sugar reduction guidelines by Public Health England, ‘Sugar R...


Low calorie sweetened foods and drinks more widely available as a helpful tool to reduce calorie intake

Posted: 11 January 2017

ISA statement in response to Sylvetsky et al observational study Foods and drinks with low calorie sweeteners are more widely available as a helpful choice for people of all ages who want to enjoy a sweet-tasting product with lower calories than its...


ISA responds to claims made by Chia et al in new observational study

Posted: 09 January 2017

ISA comments on new observational study by Chia et al A strong body of evidence based on high quality clinical studies shows that low calorie sweeteners can help reduce energy intake and thus can be a useful tool in weight loss, when used in place o...


Low calorie sweeteners can help in weight management, based on strong body of evidence

Posted: 04 January 2017

ISA statement in response to Borges et al commentary in Plos Medicine A strong body of evidence based on high quality research affirms the beneficial role of low calorie sweeteners’ use in helping reduce overall calorie intake when used in place of ...


Low calorie sweeteners use leads to decreased energy intake, based on strong body of evidence

Posted: 14 December 2016

ISA statement in response to Tey et al study Contrary to the strong body of evidence showing that low calorie sweeteners lead to reduced energy intake and weight loss1, a new study published in International Journal of Obesity2 suggests that there w...