International experts agree on the benefits of low calorie sweeteners in weight management diabetes and oral health

An interview with Professor Adam Drewnowski, University of Washington, Seattle, USA

Prof Adam Drewnowski outlines in this video the aim and objectives of the Consensus statement on the benefits of low-calorie sweeteners, published in the December 2014 issue of Nutrition Bulletin, and further highlights the key conclusion and consensus among experts in their fields that low calorie sweeteners do work in reducing sugar and energy intake in the diet and also are linked with better health behaviours.

Expert consensus on low calorie sweeteners: facts, research gaps and suggested actions

Expert consensus on low calorie sweeteners: An interview with Dr Margaret Ashwell

Expert consensus on low calorie sweeteners: An interview with Sigrid Gibson