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- - 1970
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- - 1969
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Morris J A - - 1976
Sweetness is an important taste sensation to humans. The absence of suitable sweeteners as alternatives to cyclamates and saccharin has led to a renewed interest in sweeteners form natural sources. A brief review of the history of sweetener usage provides a basis for understanding our present heavy consumption of sweet ...
Relevancy Score: Relevancy Score: 848
Rubini M E - - 1968
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- - 1968
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Acton E M - - 1976
4-(Methoxymethyl)-1,4-cyclohexadiene-1-carboxaldehyde syn-oxime is a new sweetening agent developed by systematic synthesis and taste evaluation of 80 new oximes analogous to the little-used osime sweetener, perillartine.
Relevancy Score: Relevancy Score: 824
Abraham R R - - 1981
In a controlled trial of a double-blind cross-over design, it has been shown that "Marvie', a non-calorigenic sweetener containing 58 per cent maltitol by weight, is an effective sweetener which has no influence on routine haematological and biochemical parameters. The dose that could be tolerated without undesirable symptoms was between ...
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Crapo P A - - 1988
Alternative sweeteners are widely advocated and used. However, there is insufficient scientific information to determine whether alternative sweeteners aer of value in the management of diabetes, either in improving dietary adherence or in contributing to the achievement or maintenance of a lower body weight. Each of the available sweeteners has ...
Relevancy Score: Relevancy Score: 818
Mehnert H - - 1971
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Bickel M H - - 1971
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Kinghorn A D - - 1998
There is a definite relationship between the dietary consumption of sucrose and the incidence of dental caries. Noncaloric sucrose substitutes for use in the sweetening of foods, beverages, and medicines may be either synthetic compounds or natural products. In the United States, four potently sweet artificial sweeteners are approved, namely, ...
Relevancy Score: Relevancy Score: 801
Clarisse Muriel - - 2009
As the prevalence of obesity and diabetes are continually increasing, the use of "false sugars" otherwise known as sweeteners, and their associated health issues are being more and more discussed. A higher sugared power, less calories as well as a moderated or non-existent effect on blood sugar would lead to ...
Relevancy Score: Relevancy Score: 791
Lindner K - - 1980
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Powers M A - - 1994
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- - 1987
Moderation in the consumption of nutritive and non-nutritive sweeteners appears to be prudent advice for persons who choose to use sweeteners. The major benefit from use of sweeteners is a perceived improvement in the quality of life. Some nutritive sweeteners also provide important textural properties to many foods. Sweeteners should ...
Relevancy Score: Relevancy Score: 785
Cox W S - - 1965
Relevancy Score: Relevancy Score: 783
Taylor W J - - 1970
Relevancy Score: Relevancy Score: 783
Lundbaek K - - 1969
Relevancy Score: Relevancy Score: 783
Kocna A - - 1987
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Schiffman S S - - 1979
Seventeen sweeteners varying widely in chemical structure were arranged in a three-dimensional space by two multidimensional scaling procedures, INDSCAL and ALSCAL. Fructose, glucose, sorbose, xylitol and xylose tended to fall near one another. Two sweeteners with a syrupy component, maltose and sorbitol, fell further away. Ca cyclamate and the dipeptide ...
Relevancy Score: Relevancy Score: 781
Hinson A L - - 1992
A comprehensive survey of the consumption of intense sweeteners in Great Britain in 1988 quantified the levels of usage of different sweeteners and identified their distribution between food categories and population subgroups. Saccharin was found to be the most widely used intense sweetener. Beverages were the most common source of ...
Relevancy Score: Relevancy Score: 780
Toledo M C - - 1995
A survey of intense sweetener intakes was carried out in the winter of 1990 and summer of 1991 in Brazil. Data on the potential intake of the intense sweeteners aspartame, cyclamate and saccharin were generated, based on a representative sample of 673 individuals who completed a questionnaire designed to collect ...
Relevancy Score: Relevancy Score: 774
Peters - - 1979
Relevancy Score: Relevancy Score: 766
Walter J M - - 1995
The purpose of this study is to determine the ability of a group of older adults to distinguish between a new artificial sweetener (Sweet One) and sucrose and to determine a sweetener preference among older adults. Participants (n = 112), 56-90 yrs. sampled a plain low-fat blended cottage cheese and ...
Relevancy Score: Relevancy Score: 762
- - 1967
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- - 1974
Relevancy Score: Relevancy Score: 760
- - 1991
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Cradock Angie L - - 2011
Consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages has increased among youth in recent decades, accounting for approximately 13% of total calories consumed. The Boston Public Schools passed a policy restricting sale of sugar-sweetened beverages in Boston schools in June 2004. The objective of this study was to determine whether high school students' consumption ...
Relevancy Score: Relevancy Score: 759
Ng Shu Wen - - 2012
Our understanding of the use of caloric and noncaloric sweeteners in the US food supply is limited. This study uses full ingredient list and Nutrition Facts label data from Gladson Nutrition Database and nationally representative purchases of consumer packaged foods from Nielsen Homescan in 2005 through 2009 to understand the ...
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Smirnova M G - - 2001
The review consist of modern data of physiologic and toxic effects on organism of sweetening stevioside with low energy value. His sweetening is considered by the most of investigators as not toxic, not mutadenic and not cardinogenic one.
Relevancy Score: Relevancy Score: 740
Jackson W P - - 1968
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Martínez Moreno Alma Gabriela - - 2009
Animals display preferences for sweetened over unsweetened foods under diverse experimental procedures. No evidence has been provided of whether flavor or energetic content of sweeteners determine this preference. In this experiment, female and male rats were exposed to water and a solution sweetened with glucose (sweet taste and calories) and ...
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Kamerud Jennifer K - - 2007
Although recent molecular studies suggest that only one receptor and one signaling pathway are involved in the perception of sweetness, this seems to contradict everyday experience that people not only have different likes and dislikes of certain sweeteners but also perceive the sweeteners differently. One possible explanation is that variation ...
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Carter Elke B - - 2004
The anions of the sweeteners saccharin and acesulfame form ionic liquids when paired with a variety of organic cations.
Relevancy Score: Relevancy Score: 726
Renwick A G - - 1986
Three organic acids (saccharin, acesulfame-K and cyclamate) are used or have been used extensively as intense sweeteners. Once absorbed from the gut they are eliminated, largely in the urine, without undergoing metabolism. Early studies using radiolabelled saccharin indicated the existence of limited metabolism, but this was not confirmed by later ...
Relevancy Score: Relevancy Score: 722
Bertorelli A M - - 1990
In response to growing consumer demand for better tasting, low-calorie, sugar-free food products, the number of food items containing nonnutritive sweeteners has grown markedly in recent years. In this paper, present sweetener consumption is reviewed; the history, properties, uses, advantages, and safety of approved sweeteners such as saccharin, aspartame, and ...
Relevancy Score: Relevancy Score: 720
Whitehouse Christina R - - 2008
Since their discovery, the safety of artificial sweeteners has been controversial. Artificial sweeteners provide the sweetness of sugar without the calories. As public health attention has turned to reversing the obesity epidemic in the United States, more individuals of all ages are choosing to use these products. These choices may ...
Relevancy Score: Relevancy Score: 714
Yebra-Biurrun M C - - 2000
A review is presented to show the advantages involved in the use of Flow Injection Analysis (FIA) for the determination of artificial sweeteners. The FI methods proposed for the determination of artificial sweeteners are described and compared on the basis of the detection technique used. Analytical data of interest and ...
Relevancy Score: Relevancy Score: 714
Guthrie J F - - 2000
OBJECTIVE: To identify food sources of added sweeteners in the US diet. DESIGN: A descriptive study using data from the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) 1994-1996 Continuing Survey of Food Intakes by Individuals. Each subject provided one 24-hour dietary recall. Intake of added sweeteners was calculated using the USDA Food ...
Relevancy Score: Relevancy Score: 711
Vialettes B - - 1978
Relevancy Score: Relevancy Score: 710
- - 2006
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- - 1980
Relevancy Score: Relevancy Score: 710
Ahmed Jessica - - 2011
A vast number of sweet tasting molecules are known, encompassing small compounds, carbohydrates, d-amino acids and large proteins. Carbohydrates play a particularly big role in human diet. The replacement of sugars in food with artificial sweeteners is common and is a general approach to prevent cavities, obesity and associated diseases ...
Relevancy Score: Relevancy Score: 704
Yamamoto T - - 1985
Reaction times to recognize the sweet taste of 12 sweeteners at various concentrations were measured in 48 human adults. The reaction time (T) decreased with increasing concentration (C) of each sweetener applied to the anterior dorsal tongue. The relationships between T and C, and T and logC were well described ...
Relevancy Score: Relevancy Score: 703
Bär A - - 1992
The dietary intake of aspartame, cyclamate, and saccharin was evaluated in Germany (FRG) in 1988/89. In the first part of the study the sweetener intake was evaluated in a representative sample of the population. Complete 24-h records of the amount and type of all foods and drinks consumed were obtained ...
Relevancy Score: Relevancy Score: 702
Theunissen M J - - 1995
Two different sweeteners, sucrose and aspartame, were matched in perceived sweetness intensity. These solutions were thickened with carboxymethylcellulose to six different viscosity levels. Sucrose and aspartame appeared to decrease perceived viscosity of the solutions at a specific sweetener concentration, at all viscosity levels. However, in a second similar experiment with ...
Relevancy Score: Relevancy Score: 700
Weihrauch M R - - 2001
Artificial sweeteners have rapidly evolved over the last 20 years and are added to a broad variety of food, drinks, drugs, and hygiene products. Since their introduction, especially mass media have reported about potential cancer risks, which has attributed to undermine the people's sense of security. It can be assumed ...
Relevancy Score: Relevancy Score: 700
Drewnowski A - - 1995
The sensation of sweet taste without calories has been said to increase appetite and promote food consumption. Regular use of intense sweeteners might therefore lead to a paradoxical weight gain. These alarmist reports have not been confirmed by recent experimental data. There is no evidence that the addition of an ...
Relevancy Score: Relevancy Score: 699
Kumar A - - 1991
Even though a variety of adverse effects caused by sweeteners, flavorings, and dyes in susceptible individuals have been reported, there is no good single reference with information about these substances in pediatric antimicrobials. Data on sweeteners, flavorings, and dyes in 91 antimicrobial preparations were collected. Sucrose was present in 74 ...
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Taddio Anna - - 2009
OBJECTIVE: Sweetening agents have been recommended in position statements and consensus documents for procedural pain management in neonates; however, it is not clear if this has resulted in widespread adoption in clinical practice. The objective of this study was to investigate unit-specific protocols for the use of sweetening agents. METHODS: ...
Relevancy Score: Relevancy Score: 691
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