Sponsored and organized by the American Beverage Association
Saturday, December 7
6:30 – 8:00 am (breakfast included)
Please note that this is an onsite event. There will be no live, online video streaming.
Chair(s): Eileen Kennedy, D.Sc., RD, former dean of Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, Tufts University; now professor, Friedman School
Projected Audience: Healthcare professionals, nutrition scientists, dietitians
- Low- and No-Calorie Sweeteners: Overview of Regulation and the Latest Science, Bernadene Magnuson, PhD., University of Toronto
- A Helping Hand: The Role for Low and No-Calorie Beverages in Weight Management, Marilyn Schorin PhD, RD, FAND, CFS, Principal, Schorin Strategies, LLC; 2011 Nutrition Division Chair, IFT
- From Research to Practice: Use of Low and No-calorie Sweeteners in Type 2 Diabetes and Pre-diabetes, Hope Warshaw, MMSC, RD, CDE, Hope Warshaw Associates
Low-calorie beverages offer consumers options to help them with their lifestyle – whether to maintain weight, help manage diabetes or simple retain sweet taste without adding calories. Despite media coverage suggesting otherwise, the overwhelming body of scientific evidence supports that low- and no-calorie sweeteners can help reduce calories and maintain a healthy weight. This panel discussion will explore the latest science on low- and no-calorie sweeteners and the role they can play in a healthy lifestyle.