How Low- and No-Calorie Sweeteners Fit into a Healthy Diet

This toolkit is intended to serve as a resource for healthcare professionals, including registered dietitians and nutritionists, to provide shareable information on the benefits and versatility of low- and no- calorie sweeteners as a tool in the management of diabetes.

Find shareable resources, diabetes-friendly food and drinks, research, and more. These are great resources to share during American Diabetes Month and all year long!


Shareable information, specifically designed for registered dietitians, nutritionists and healthcare professionals, on low- and no- calorie sweeteners research and health.


Share and enjoy these diabetes-friendly recipes. From drinks, to appetizers, main dishes and desserts, this curated recipe database provides something for everyone.

Social Media Resources

Download sample social media posts with links to helpful tips and resources. Remember to tag the Calorie Control Council on your posts!

Safety of Low- and Non-Caloric Sweeteners

Some of the world’s top health and regulatory agencies, including The World Health Organization (WHO) the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the European Food & Safety Authority (EFSA), maintain that low- and no-calorie sweeteners are safe for consumption.

Additionally, these agencies regard low- and no-calorie sweeteners as an excellent tool to combat the issue of obesity and associated health issues. These ingredients help to reduce sugar and caloric intake which, when combined with a healthy diet and lifestyle, are key in weight management.  

What do these agencies says about low- and non-caloric sweeteners? Find out here.

Read the latest on the safety of low- and non-caloric sweeteners.

faq2Do you have questions about low-calorie sweeteners? Want to learn more about maintaining a healthy lifestyle? You asked and we listened. Our resident Registered Dietitians answered the most popular questions about low-calorie sweeteners.

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