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The Fall 2012 issue (pdf format) includes articles on the obesity epidemic and low-calorie sweetener use, a summary of the new statements on the use of low-calorie sweeteners from leading health organizations and an update on the science behind low-calorie sweeteners.
The Spring 2012 issue (pdf format) includes articles on putting research into perspective, new data on American’s weight, revisions to food labels and more!
The Fall 2011 issue (pdf format) includes articles on the obesity epidemic, new data on the differences in men and women when it comes to weight control, the approval of stevia in Europe and of Advantame in Australia-New Zealand and more!
The Spring 2011 issue (pdf format) includes articles on a new national weight control survey, low-calorie sweetener safety, new data on the nutrition and physical activity status of U.S. children, and more.
The Fall 2010 issue (pdf format) includes articles on the 2010 USDA Dietary Guidelines, separating low-calorie sweetener fact from fiction, obesity and healthcare costs, diet soda use in pregnancy and more!
The Spring 2010 issue (pdf format) includes articles on low-calorie sweeteners, obesity trends, bias in research reporting, information about educational webinars and more!
The The Fall 2009 issue (pdf format) includes articles on the benefits of stroller walking, low-calorie sweetener safety, stevia and more.
The Spring 2009 issue (pdf format) includes articles on the benefits of chewing gum, nutrition and athletic performance, fructose and more.
The Winter 2009 issue (pdf format) includes articles on the FDA's food additive approval process, stevia, the benefits of low calorie sweeteners and more.
The Fall 2008 issue (pdf format) includes articles on how to keep an effective food diary and lose weight, the benefits of polyols, what can be done to reduce stress, weight loss secrets of successful "losers" and more.
The Summer 2008 issue (pdf format) includes articles on new dieting research, new low calorie products, tips for maintaining weight and lifestyle, finding the right physical activity and more.
The Fall 2006 issue (pdf format) includes articles on what works and what doesn't when it comes to weight loss and weight maintenance, strategies to combat childhood obesity, a timely update on low-calorie sweeteners, the rising popularity of sugar-free chewing gum, the latest news on fat replacers and more.
The Fall 2005 issue (pdf format) includes articles on the effectiveness of light products in weight control/loss, ways to prevent childhood obesity, the 2005 Dietary Guidelines and New Food Guide Pyramid, a timely update on low-calorie sweeteners, recent news on fat replacers, corporate wellness programs using online dieting tools and more.
The Fall 2004 issue (pdf format) includes articles on: current dieting levels and the number of people using low-carbohydrate diets to lose weight, the latest on low-carbohydrate products and claims, an interview with Dr. William Dietz of the CDC on childhood obesity, a timely update on sweeteners, recent news on olestra, "online dieting" and more
The Fall 2003 issue (pdf format) includes articles on: the primary causes of the obesity crisis (or "epidemic" as the government has called it), using "online dieting" programs to lose weight successfully, the Glycemic Index and how it may aid people in controlling their weight, an investigative look at low-carbohydrate diets, and timely updates on the currently available low-calorie sweeteners.
The Fall 2002 issue (pdf format) includes articles on how online "dieting" can help people lose weight, ongoing research which reveals how consumers can maintain their weight loss, "cave man" cuisine holding some of the answers to the obesity epidemic and updates on low-calorie sweeteners.
The Fall 2001 issue (pdf format) evaluates the burgeoning rates of diabetes and obesity among children and includes the latest information on ingredient news.
The Summer/Fall 2000 issue (pdf format) explores the problem of growing portion sizes and reveals the continued popularity of light products.
The Fall 1999 issue (pdf format) analyzes popular fad diets, and experts sort out fact from fiction about fat.
The Spring/Summer 1999 (pdf format) issue features an article on Internet health scares, as well as current information on healthy weight topics.
|The Fall 1998 (pdf format) issue features a cover story on the favorite "light" food choices of America's teens, and additional results from the Calorie Control Council's national consumer survey on dieting and weight control trends.|
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