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Spring is finally here, which combines National Nutrition Month, National Frozen Foods Month and World Health Day. What does that mean for you? Well, it means you’ll not only be bombarded with...
Carbohydrates typically provide the major energy contribution to our diet. The consumption of carbohydrates leads to rises in blood sugar or blood glucose and the nature of this rise in blood sugar,...
How can I avoid Halloween weight gain without missing out on the fun? It's a question we all ask every October. Between holiday parties and baskets filled with high-calorie sweets, it's little...
A study published in the Journal of Food Science indicates that people who use low-calorie, sugar-free foods and beverages have better quality diets. This Health and Home Report segment includes...
Findings presented this weekend at the American College of Cardiology Annual Conference assessing the potential association of post menopausal female diet soda intake and risk of cardiovascular...
ATLANTA, March 10, 2014 - According to The Calorie Control Council, claims made on The Dr.
ATLANTA (December 10, 2013) The Calorie Control Council* is pleased that the European Food Safety  Authority (EFSA) today released a final opinion on aspartame that reaffirms what scientists and...
Today’s segment of The Dr. Oz Show claiming diet soda and low calorie sweeteners cause weight gain and cravings that adversely affect one’s metabolism was not based on scientific facts.
Diet soft drinks and artificial sweeteners have been under attack in recent years by the media, despite plenty of science to show their safety and benefits. Indiana University professor Dr. Aaron...
 A new review in Food and Chemical Toxicology reaffirmed the safety of aspartame.
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