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Help Your Patients Reduce Added Sugar & Achieve Their Health Goals

Recommending zero calorie Splenda® can help patients achieve and sustain their health goals. Switching from caloric sweeteners, like sugar, to Splenda helps your patients lose weight,1,2 manage diabetes and blood sugar levels,2 and live a healthier lifestyle.

Download any of the resources below today to help patients understand the benefits of using Splenda Brand Sweeteners.

Reducing Sugar in Beverages

Rethink Your Drink

Rethink Your Drink

What's In Your Beverage?

Beverage Swap Tool

Healthy Eating Plan

Splenda Healthy Eating Plan

The Right Nutrient Balance

Reducing Added Sugar

Splenda Professional – Patient 3 Steps to Reduce Added Sugar

3 Steps to Reduce
Added Sugar - Worksheet

8 Ways to Reduce added Sugar

8 Ways to Reduce
Added Sugar

Maintaining or Losing Weight

Calorie Saving Swaps
with Splenda Recipes

Smart Swaps for
Sweetened Beverages

In the Kitchen with Splenda

Delicious Drinks Under
40 Calories

Sauces & Spreads with
3g Sugar or Less

Dips & Dressings with
60 Calories or Less

Savory Snacks with
5g of Protein (or more)

Shareworthy Sweets with
15g of Carbs or Less

FAQs About Sweeteners

FAQs About Splenda
Brand Sweeteners

Monk Fruit Sweeteners IFIC Fact Sheet

Monk Fruit Sweeteners
IFIC Fact Sheet

Stevia Sweeteners IFIC Fact Sheet

Stevia Sweeteners
IFIC Fact Sheet

Sucralose Sweeteners IFIC Fact Sheet

Sucralose Sweeteners
IFIC Fact Sheet

Splenda Scientific Summary

The safety and efficacy of low and zero calorie sweeteners (LNCS) have been researched for decades. This summary provides a selection of recent and well-designed scientific studies, articles and position statements in addition to a quick summary of the evaluation and regulatory review of LNCS in the U.S. and globally.

1 When used in place of sugar; Rogers PJ, Hogenkamp PS, de Graaf C, et al. (2016) Does low-energy sweetener consumption affect energy intake   and body weight? A systematic review, including meta-analyses, of the evidence from human and animal studies. Int J of Obes 40(3), 381-394. 2 Johnston C, Stevens B, Foreyt J et al. (2013) The Role of Low-calorie Sweeteners in Diabetes. Eur Endocrinology 9(2); 96-98.