Perspective on the 1986 Food and Drug Administration assessment of the safety of carbohydrate sweeteners: uniform definitions and recommendations for future assessments.

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Carbohydrate sweeteners in the diet, which are sources of added sugars, have recently undergone changes that vary considerably among countries. The major driving force for these changes is a technological development that permits conversion of corn and other starches to sweeteners. Major changes in the type of sweeteners used in the United States began in… (More)

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@article{Glinsmann1995PerspectiveOT, title={Perspective on the 1986 Food and Drug Administration assessment of the safety of carbohydrate sweeteners: uniform definitions and recommendations for future assessments.}, author={Walter H Glinsmann and Y. K. Park}, journal={The American journal of clinical nutrition}, year={1995}, volume={62 1 Suppl}, pages={161S-168S; discussion 169S} }