Sugar Substitutes | Bibliography

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American Diabetes Association. Sugar alcohols. Accessed January 11, 2010

Position of the American Dietetic Association: Use of nutritive and nonnutritive sweeteners by American Dietetic Association (J Am Diet Assoc. 2004:104(2):255-75 )

Center for Science in the Public Interest. Food additives. Accessed January 11, 2010

Cleveland Clinic. Good nutrition during pregnancy for you and your baby. Accessed January 11, 2010

The Diabetes Institutes Foundation. Nutrition: What are sugar alcohols?. Accessed January 11, 2010

Nutrition in pregnancy by Gillen-Goldstein J, Funai EF, Roque H (Up to Date September 30, 2009)

University of Missouri Extension. What are Sugar Alcohols?. Accessed January 11, 2010

Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research. Artificial sweeteners: A safe alternative to sugar?. Accessed January 11, 2010

Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research. Phenylalanine in diet soda: Is it harmful?. Accessed January 11, 2010

National Cancer Institute. Artificial sweeteners and cancer. Accessed January 11, 2010

Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research. Artificial Sweeteners: Understanding these and other sugar substitutes. Accessed January 11, 2010

Diet soda intake and risk of incident metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes in the multi-ethnic study of atherosclerosis (MESA) by Nettleton JA, Lutsey PL, Wang Y, Lima JA, Michos ED, Jacobs DR Jr. (Diabetes Care 2009:32(4):688-94 )

WebMD. Artificial sweeteners and diabetes. Accessed January 11, 2010

Sweetener augmentation of serum triacylglycerol during a fat challenge test in humans by Singleton MJ, Heiser C, Jamesen K, Mattes RD (J Am Coll Nutr 1999;18:179-85 )

Yale-New Haven Hospital. Eat any sugar alcohol lately?. Accessed January 11, 2010

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Created: 01/10

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