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  • Science Says “Calories Count” for a Sensible Weigh to Weight Loss

    It seems the old adage; “You are what you eat” is a little off. According to research recently published in the New England Journal of Medicine, it isn't what you eat, but how much. Results from the two-year study, which assigned 811 overweight participants to one of ... > Read More

  • Calorie Control Council Response to a Sucralose Study by Abou-Donia, et al.

    For Immediate Release Contact: Beth Hubrich Calorie Control Council Response to a Sucralose Study by Abou-Donia, et al.The Calorie Control Council takes this opportunity to respond to some of the points discussed in the study by Abou-Donia, et al. recently published in the Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health ... > Read More

  • Spring into Shape Before Summer

    For Immediate Release Contact: Kate GrusichSugar-free foods and beverages can help with spring and summer weight loss effortsATLANTA (April 14, 2008) – With the flowers finally in bloom and America’s favorite baseball teams back at bat, spring has officially begun. And that means swimsuit season is just around the corner.To ... > Read More

  • New Survey Reveals Dieting a Constant Concern

    Majority of Americans Think about Dieting Year-Round; Number of Dieting Attempts on the Rise ATLANTA (February 1, 2008) – For more than 95 million American adults, dieting is a constant concern, reveals a new national survey. Nearly two-thirds (62%) of people trying to control weight think about dieting year-round and ... > Read More

  • Staying Slim Over the Holidays

    For Immediate Release Contact: Kate Grusich Majority of Americans Think about Dieting Year-Round; Number of Dieting Attempts on the Rise ATLANTA (December 18, 2007) – From Halloween candy to champagne toasts on New Years, the holiday season can be less than kind to the waistline. Winter parties and holiday activities ... > Read More

  • New Study Indicates Cutting Calories With Splenda And Adding 2,000 Steps A Day May Help Kids Lose Weight

    For Immediate Release Contact: Meagan StangleATLANTA (October 4, 2007) Small changes in the diet may help prevent excessive weight gain among children. A recent study indicates small changes, such as eliminating 100 calories a day from the diet and adding 2,000 steps of physical activity, may help children ... > Read More

  • “Fall” Into Weight Loss With Sugar-Free Foods and Beverages

    For Immediate ReleaseATLANTA (August 13, 2007) – With summer drawing rapidly to a close, it’s almost time to raid the closet again in search of fall-appropriate clothing. However, the conclusion of beach weather – and the return to a bulkier wardrobe – should not mean an end to ... > Read More

  • New Study Confirms that Low-Calorie Sweeteners Are Helpful in Weight Control

    Low-Calorie Sweeteners May be One Piece to the Obesity PuzzleATLANTA (June 27, 2007) A new review of research shows low-calorie sweeteners may be one piece of the puzzle in helping solve the obesity problem. Although not magic bullets, low-calorie sweeteners and the products that contain them can help ... > Read More

  • Simple Substitutions In Spring And Summer Help “Jump Start” Weight Loss

    ATLANTA (May 18, 2006) – With summer around the corner, many people are scrambling to lose weight before bathing suit season arrives. There are hundreds of fad diets promising quick weight loss. Although drinking a special drink or eating only one type of food (or cutting out certain ... > Read More