Biblioteca científica

A Biblioteca Científica é uma área de fácil pesquisa que providencia acesso a sumários breves e resumos com as conclusões principais dos estudos científicos mais importantes publicados em revistas submetidas a revisão pelos pares, sobre a segurança dos adoçantes sem ou de baixas calorias, os benefícios e o papel na alimentação.
Ao abranger uma ampla variedade de tópicos como o papel dos adoçantes sem ou de baixas calorias na gestão do peso e obesidade, o seu uso na gestão da diabetes, o seu impacto na saúde oral, a sua segurança, o papel do sabor doce no geral, cientistas e profissionais de saúde podem facilmente encontrar aqui todos os últimos estudos da literatura científica.
Publicado em: Fevereiro 26, 2021

Abstract Background: Non-caloric artificial sweeteners (NCAS) are widely used as a substitute for dietary sugars to control body weight or glycemia. Paradoxically, some interventional studies in…

Publicado em: Fevereiro 26, 2021

Abstract Effects of isocaloric (sweetness differences but constant calories) preloads and isosweet (caloric differences but constant sweetness) preloads, as well as preloads that were neither…

Publicado em: Fevereiro 26, 2021

Abstract Non-nutritive sweeteners (NNS) are popular sugar substitutes that can help in weight and diabetes management, but concerns regarding their use have been raised by…

Publicado em: Março 5, 2021

Abstract Steviol glycosides are present in the leaves of the Stevia rebaudiana plant, have a sweet taste, and have been used as a sweetener for centuries. To build on previous…

Publicado em: Março 29, 2021

Abstract No abstract available Summary The Letter by Khan and Sievenpiper presents a re-analysis of data and discusses the findings of an earlier study by…

Publicado em: Janeiro 15, 2021

Abstract There is a current debate on the effects of artificial sweeteners on health-related outcomes among different populations. Even when meta-analytic evidence has revealed that…

Publicado em: Janeiro 26, 2021

Abstract Overconsumption of free sugars, particularly from sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB), has potential negative health impacts. Implementation of a range of public health strategies is needed…

Publicado em: Junho 3, 2021

Abstract Regulatory agencies around the world have found sucralose to be a safe ingredient for use in food. A recent review by the German Federal…

Publicado em: Junho 18, 2021

Abstract Objective Reviews on the relationship of low-energy sweeteners (LES) with body weight (BW) have reached widely differing conclusions. To assess possible citation bias, citation analysis…

Publicado em: Novembro 3, 2020

Abstract Sensory-specific satiety (SSS) describes a reduction in the pleasantness of the taste of (momentary liking) and desire to consume a food that occurs with…

Publicado em: Novembro 4, 2020

Abstract Background: It has been suggested that low-energy sweeteners (LES) may be associated with an increased risk of metabolic diseases, possibly due to stimulation of…

Publicado em: Novembro 3, 2020

Abstract Background: Products sweetened with non-nutritive sweeteners (NNS) are widely available. Many people with type 1 or type 2 diabetes use NNS as a replacement…

Publicado em: Novembro 16, 2020

Abstract Non-nutritive artificial sweeteners (NNSs) may have the ability to change the gut microbiota, which could potentially alter glucose metabolism. This study aimed to determine…

Publicado em: Novembro 3, 2020

Abstract There is an ongoing debate about the possible influences of nonnutritive sweeteners (NNS) on body weight. We conducted a systematic review and meta?analysis of…

Publicado em: Novembro 25, 2020

Abstract Previous meta-analyses of intervention studies have come to different conclusions about effects of consumption of low-calorie sweeteners (LCS) on body weight. The present review…

Publicado em: Janeiro 12, 2021

Abstract Estimated intake of six low and no-calorie sweeteners (LNCS) (acesulfame potassium, aspartame, cyclamate, saccharin, steviol glycosides and sucralose) from processed foods and beverages, as…

Publicado em: Março 29, 2021

Abstract There is a general consensus that overconsumption of sugar-sweetened beverages contributes to the prevalence of obesity and related comorbidities such as type 2 diabetes…

Publicado em: Abril 12, 2021

Abstract In an effort to reduce sugar consumption to prevent diabetes mellitus and cardiovascular diseases, “sugar-free” or “no added sugar” products that substitute sugar with…

Publicado em: Novembro 4, 2020

Abstract A consensus workshop on low-calorie sweeteners (LCS) was held in November 2018 where seventeen experts (the panel) discussed three themes identified as key to…

Publicado em: Abril 12, 2021

Abstract This is a letter from the International Sweeteners Association in response to an article by Palatnik et al regarding the effects of the consumption of…

Publicado em: Novembro 4, 2020

Abstract Non-nutritive sweeteners (NNS) are food additives that have been used as a possible tool to reduce energy and sugar intake. There is a scientific…

Publicado em: Fevereiro 17, 2021

Abstract Numerous strategies have been investigated to overcome the excessive weight gain that accompanies a chronic positive energy balance. Most approaches focus on a reduction…

Publicado em: Novembro 4, 2020

Abstract The safety of low- and no-calorie sweeteners remains a topic of general interest. Substantial evidence exists demonstrating a lack of carcinogenicity of the no-calorie…

Publicado em: Fevereiro 17, 2021

Abstract There is an association between the consumption of artificial sweeteners and Type 2 diabetes in cohort studies, but intervention studies do not show a…

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