diabetes

Blog entry | Jul 07 2015
You can balance diabetes and a sweet tooth. Find out how low-calorie sweeteners can be a helpful tool:     Learn more: Facts about Low-Calorie Sweeteners War on Food Science: Part 3 – Low-Calorie Sweetener (from the FACTS Network) Use of Low-...
Blog entry | Jun 25 2015
Get a snapshot on how low-calorie sweeteners can make splurges more sensible for those with diabetes or watching their calories.   How to Make Splurges Sensible from Food Insight   Learn more: Facts about Low-Calorie Sweeteners War on Food...
Blog entry | Sep 18 2014
Here we go again. Researchers with a study of dubious relevance and so-so design said "jump," and many media said "how high?" Now, please bear with me here. This is a rather long post, but it's an important one. The scientific brouhaha du jour ...
Article | Sep 17 2014
News Background from the IFIC Foundation September 17, 2014 – A study published today in the journal Nature suggesting an adverse impact of low-calorie sweeteners (also commonly referred to as non-nutritive or artificial sweeteners, or sugar...
Article | May 13 2014
This commentary is co-authored by Marianne Smith Edge, MS, RD, LD, FADA, senior vice president for nutrition and food safety at the International Food Information Council and IFIC Foundation, and Matt Raymond, senior director of communications...
Blog entry | Jun 11 2013
Physical activity, maintaining a healthy weight, and eating a healthy diet play a huge role in diabetes prevention and control. Low calorie sweeteners can be part of the solution by providing convenient and tasteful options for diabetics who are...
Article | Oct 14 2009
Favorably Reviewed by: The American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) If you have gestational diabetes, you’re not alone. An estimated 4 percent of pregnant American women—or about 135,000 cases—are diagnosed with this condition each year,...