With Pepsi capitalizing on public confusion about the difference between a "good" and "bad" sweetener in order to gain some market share by selling competing versions of their diet soda, it's important that consumers have a trusted resource that can separate fact from fallacy. The American Council on Science and Health has once again stepped in to be a trusted guide. Is sugar for you? Do diet drinks cause obesity?
A new easy-to-understand brochure, accompanied by a video, is now available on our Aspartame resource page. In them you will find an analysis of how anti-science groups have been able to promote fear and doubt while ignoring the likely real causes of obesity.