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Science news from the 39th International Symposium on Diabetes and Nutrition Highlights Substituting sugars with low/no calorie sweeteners can assist with body weight and adiposity…
sweeteners & health
At a time of worrying rates of obesity and non-communicable diseases (NCDs) globally, low/no calorie sweeteners can be a useful solution and provide important health benefits while allowing people to enjoy sweetness with practically no calories.
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ISA SUPPORTS WORLD ORAL HEALTH DAY 2022 With poor oral health currently affecting nearly 3.5 billion people worldwide and more than 530 million children suffering from tooth decay in their primary teeth, World Oral Health Day, celebrated on 20th March, is key in raising awareness on the importance of keeping our mouth healthy for a better overall […]
ISA-FDC Webinar: “Low/no calorie sweeteners in the current public health debate: From safety to efficacy”
The International Sweeteners Association (ISA) and the Colombian Diabetology Federation (FDC) are organising a webinar about low/no calorie sweeteners in the current public health debate with the participation of renowned experts from various countries. The webinar will take place on 19th July 2021, at 10h00 local Colombia time (17h00 CEST). It includes an engaging scientific […]
About the International Sweeteners Association (ISA) The International Sweeteners Association AISBL is an international non-profit organisation with scientific aims representing suppliers and users of low/no calorie sweeteners, including tabletop sweetener manufacturers. Established over 35 years ago, the ISA is recognised by the European […]
A recent study found that for some frequent consumers of low/no calorie sweetened drinks, low/no calorie #sweeteners helped with reduction of calorie intake by controlling food cravings, possibly by helping satiate the desire for sweetness. #SweetHealthyDiet #sweettooth https://t.co/fLCTi6bI6JRead More
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