Videos

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.

The role of low calorie sweeteners in sugar reduction

An interview with Prof Alison Gallagher

Summary:

On the occasion of the 3rd ISA Conference in November 2018 in London, the ISA interviewed Prof Alison Gallagher, Professor of Public Health Nutrition at Ulster University, Northern Ireland, UK, about the role of low calorie sweeteners in sugar reduction.

Sugar reduction in public health policies

An interview with Prof Judith Buttriss

Summary:

In the context of the 3rd ISA Conference in November 2018 in London, Prof Judith Buttriss, Director General, British Nutrition Foundation (BNF), has given an insightful interview about sugar reduction in public health policies, including the role of low calorie sweeteners in food reformulation.

What do we know about sweet taste?

An interview with Prof Kees de Graaf

Summary:

On the occasion of the 3rd ISA Conference in November 2018 in London, the ISA interviewed Prof Kees de Graaf, Professor of Sensory Science and Eating Behaviour at Wageningen University, Netherlands, about sweet taste and sweetness preference.

Perception of low calorie sweeteners can influence energy and food intake

An interview with Dr Charlotte Hardman

Summary:

In the context of the 3rd ISA Conference in November 2018 in London, the ISA interviewed Dr Charlotte Hardman, Lecturer in Psychology, University of Liverpool, UK. In her interview, Dr Hardman discusses about consumers perception of low calorie sweeteners and its influence on energy and food intake.

'It's a Family Thing!'

ISA supports World Diabetes Day 2018

Summary:

Family is the best team you can have in life. When it comes to diabetes prevention and management you are not alone. You have a powerful ally: your family. Because diabetes care starts from home!
The International Sweeteners Association (ISA) contributes to IDF’s activities on World Diabetes Day with an online campaign themed ‘It’s a Family Thing!’ aiming to encourage family support and to raise awareness of the important role family members can play in the prevention, detection and management of diabetes.

Read more about ISA campaign for Word Diabetes Day 2018: https://www.sweeteners.org/category/47/together-4-health/385/world-diabetes-day-2018

Tackling Obesity Together to create a healthier future for everyone in Europe

The ISA supports European Obesity Day 2018

Summary:

To support European Obesity Day on 19th May 2018, the ISA joins forces with CNAO and Adexo in helping raise awareness about obesity and its consequences. On this occasion, the ISA developed in collaboration with CNAO and Adexo an animated video which takes us through the small steps that can be taken towards reducing calorie intake and increasing physical activity and their importance in tackling obesity. Read more in our press release by clicking here.