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Studies Tip the Scales in Favor of Low-Calorie Sweeteners [INFOGRAPHIC]

Looking to manage your calories or keep weight off? Multiple studies suggest low-calorie sweeteners can be a helpful part of an overall weight management plan. Check out the infographic to see how.

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Studies Tip the Scales in Favor of Low-Calorie Sweeteners [INFOGRAPHIC]

  1. 1. Studies Tip the Scales in Favor of Low-Calorie Sweeteners Looking to manage your calories or keep weight off? // ultiple studies suggest low—calorie sweeteners can be a helpful part ofan overall weight management plan. People who substituted two sugar—sweetened drinks with two diet beverages enjoyed a healthy change in their calorie intake and eating habits. — American Journal ofC/ inica/ // utr/ tlonl H In a study oi279 people, those who drank low—ca| orie beverages every day as part of a weight loss program dropped more weight than those who drank only water. Obes/ l y People who substituted aspartamesweetened products for those sweetened with sugar lost nearly ‘/2 pound perweek. / /ulr/ l/on Bu/ /el/ n Learn more. Visit www. f00dinsight.0rg. SOURCE 5% e l. l'l'ISJlNA'l‘lUNAL FOOD INFORMATION COUNCIL FOUNDATION 1 Piernas C, et al. Does Diet-Beverage Intake Affect Dietary Consumption Patterns? Results From the Choose Healthy Options Consciously Everyday (CHOICE) Randomized Clinical Trial. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 2013, 97(3), 604-611. 2 Peters JC, et al. The Effects of Water and Non—Nutritive Sweetened Beverages on Weight Loss During a 12-Week Weight Loss Treatment Program. Obesity 2013, 22(6), 1415-1421. 3 De la Hunty A, et al. A Review of the Effectiveness of Aspartame in Helping With Weight Control. Nutrition Bulletin 2006, 31(2), 115-128.

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