The videos included in this section are a combination of interviews with
experts in relation to new or upcoming studies about low calorie
sweeteners, outcomes of, and discussions coming from scientific events,
as well as content from ISA activities such as campaigns conducted in
support of World Diabetes Day.
We would like to invite you to watch the videos showcased below for more insightful information about a number of scientific issues such as obesity, diabetes, appetite control food intake, sweet taste, and of course low calorie sweeteners.
Summary:On the occasion of the 3rd ISA Conference in November 2018 in London, the ISA interviewed Dr Berna Magnuson, Health Consultant in Mississauga, Canada, about low calorie sweeteners' safety, looking at the reasons why it is important to understand differences in sweeteners’ metabolic fates to evaluate research.
Summary:In the context of the 3rd ISA Conference in November 2018 in London, the ISA interviewed Prof Carlo La Vecchia, Professor of Medical Statistics and Epidemiology at the University of Milan, Italy, about low calorie sweeteners and chronic diseases. In his interview, Prof La Vecchia tells us more about what the evidence shows about low calorie sweeteners and cancer risk and about the outcomes of his recent study on low calorie beverage consumption, diet quality and cardiometabolic risk factors.
Summary:The ISA interviewed Prof Peter Rogers, Professor of Biological Psychology at the University of Bristol, UK, on the occasion of the 3rd ISA Conference in November 2018 in London. In his interview, Prof Rogers discusses about low calorie sweeteners, sweet taste without calories, appetite and weight loss.
Summary:In the context of the 3rd ISA Conference in November 2018 in London, Dr Hugo Laviada-Molina, Professor and Researcher at the Marist University of Mérida, Mexico, has given an insightful interview about low calorie sweeteners’ effect on blood glucose and insulin levels.
Summary:In his interview on the occasion of the 3rd ISA Conference in November 2018 in London, Dr Duane Mellor, University of Coventry, UK, discusses the role of low calorie sweeteners in the diet of people with diabetes, including recommendation by the British Dietetic Association (BDA) and the new Diabetes UK nutrition guidelines for diabetes.
Summary:Prof Adam Drewnowski, Professor of Epidemiology at the University of Washington, Seattle, USA, was the keynote speaker of the 3rd ISA Conference, in November 2018 in London. On that occasion, the ISA interviewed Prof Drewnowski about the current public health debate around low calorie sweeteners.