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2000 Calories a Day The Healthy Way

Today, a healthful diet such as one low in calories or low in fat no longer means dull, tasteless eating. Nor does it mean complicated meal planning. Technology today, in the highly competitive food market, has resulted in the development of top quality, satisfying products. Nearly every food on the...

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Why 2000 Calories?

When developing the new food label, the Food and Drug Administration needed a base for % Daily Values -- a new feature to help customers see at a glance the fat and other nutrient content of a certain food. A mathematically simple 2,000 calorie-a-day diet was chosen so that consumers...

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Day 1: 2000 Calories a Day The Healthy...

BREAKFAST Egg’n Muffin (1 egg, 1/2 ounce ham, 1 slice low-fat cheese, 1 English muffin, 1 tsp. reduced-fat margarine) Orange Juice (1 cup) MORNING SNACK Fruit Yogurt (1 cup) & Bran Mix (1 T.) Water with Lime Twist (1 cup) LUNCH Tropical Chicken Salad (1.5 ounce chicken breast, 1/8 cup...

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About the Calorie Control Council

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Summary of “The Effects of Non-Nutritive Artificial Sweeteners, Aspartame and Sucralose, on the Gut Microbiome in Healthy Adults: Secondary Outcomes of a Randomized Double-Blinded Crossover Clinical Trial”

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Observational Data Presented by Chazelas et al. Fails to Show Causation with Diet Drinks and Cardiovascular Disease

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Why the War on Sweet?

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Lightening Up Favorite Fall Desserts

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Where are the Blue Packets? Your dining tables and condiment stations may be missing an important sweetener.

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Findings from the SWITCH Study 52-Week Active Weight Management Phase

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Findings from the UK’s SWITCH Trial Report Similar Effects for Non-Nutritive Sweetened Beverages and Water on Weight Loss

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 L’OMS s’aligne sur les agences scientifiques et réglementaires mondiales pour réaffirmer l’innocuité de l’aspartame 

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La OMS se une a las agencias científicas y reguladoras mundiales para reafirmar la seguridad del aspartamo

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WHO Joins Global Scientific and Regulatory Agencies in Reaffirming the Safety of Aspartame

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Low-and No-Calorie Sweeteners Continue to be Safe and Effective Options for Managing ‎Non-Communicable Diseases like Diabetes, Heart Disease and Obesity

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CCC Statement on “The Artificial Sweetener Erythritol and Cardiovascular Event Risk” 

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Evidence Refutes Claims of Aspartame-Induced Anxiety: A CCC Statement

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Fiber and Diabetes Awareness Month: How Fiber is Connected to Your Diabetes Management

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Add Flavor with Pumpkin

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