Sweeteners: Issues and Uncertainties
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Sweeteners:
Issues and Uncertainties
(1975)
Overview

Authors

Topics

  • Food and Nutrition — Diet and Health
  • Food and Nutrition — Policy, Reviews and Evaluations
  • Health and Medicine — Public Health and Prevention

Publication Info

270 pages | 7 x 10
Contents

Table of Contents

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Front Matter i-vii
Welcome 3-6
Introduction 7-10
PERSPECTIVES ON SWEETENERS 11-58
SUGAR 59-118
Welcome 119-120
Introduction 121-126
SACCHARIN 127-176
OTHER SWEETENERS 177-214
FUTURE OPTIONS 215-230
Closing 231-232
Summaries by the Co-chairmen 233-240
Appendixes 241-240
Appendix A 241-243
Appendix B 244-250
References 251-254
Participants 255-257
Program Committee 258-258
General Advisory Committee 259-259
Forum Staff 260-263
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National Academy of Sciences. Sweeteners: Issues and Uncertainties. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 1975.

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