Ingredients & Nutrients

Article | Jan 24 2010

Hydration BrochureThis publication addresses the common misperception that caffeine causes

Blog entry | Jan 21 2010

By: Kerry Robinson, RD   Date: 1/22/10

Press Release | Jan 20 2010

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Blog entry | Jan 18 2010

By: Kerry Robinson, RD   Date: 1/19/10

Blog entry | Jan 13 2010

By: Ann Bouchoux   Date: 1/14/10

Sucralose adds sweetness to foods and beverages without adding calories or carbohydrates. As an alternative to sugar and other calorie-containing sweeteners, it can play a role in weight management programs that combine sensible nutrition and physical activity.
Article | Jan 11 2010

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Blog entry | Jan 04 2010

Note: This was previously posted as a guest blog post on Healthy Blog

Article | Nov 29 2009

The International Food Information Council Foundation has developed a Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR)-approved continuing professional education (CPE) online program, “All About Caffeine:

Article | Oct 16 2009

MSG BrochureEating is one of life's pleasures.

Article | Oct 14 2009

Acesulfame potassium is a calorie-free sweetener that has been used in foods and beverages around the world for 15 years.

Article | Oct 14 2009

Caffeine is one of the most comprehensively studied ingredients in the food supply and has been safely consumed in foods and beverages for centuries.  Evidence of caffeine’s beneficial effects on p

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