Xyla™ Xyla All Natural Sugar Free Sweetener

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Xylitol USA Xyla All Natural Sugar Free Sweetener is a low-glycemic sugar that is processed from natural xylan-rich sources. Xylitol USA Xyla All Natural Sugar Free Sweetener is metabolized independenly of insulin and is safe for diabetics and anyone seeking a healthier lifestyle.

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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Serving Size 1 teaspoon(s)
Servings Per Container 227

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Use in 1 to 1 ratio like sugar. Heat stable for cooking and baking. Not recommended for cooking with products that contain yeast. Vegan safe.

Xylitol USA, Inc. 14509 E. 33rd Pl. Suite HAurora, CO,

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Sugar-Free Products Could Be Damaging Your Pearly Whites

Sugar-Free Products Could Be Damaging Your Pearly Whites
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Much to the chagrin of parents everywhere, the tooth-friendly promise of sugar-free products may indeed be too good to be true. New research suggests that sugar-free drinks and candies may damage teeth as much as their sugary counterparts. The flavorings in sugar-free products often contain high-acid ingredients, such as phosphoric acid and citric acid, which can erode the outer protective layer (the enamel) of the tooth. Researchers from the University of Melbourne published the findings in a new report from the Oral Health Cooperative Research Centre. In their experiments, they exposed donated human molars to 23 different drinks including sugary and sugar-free sodas, sports drinks, and milk drinks, as well as water for comparison. Following exposure to the beverages, the teeth were analyzed for several markers of tooth damage, such as changes in calcium levels and enamel loss. In addition, the researchers tested 32 sugar-free candies, including lollipops, mints, and lozenges, to understand their potential to cause dental erosion. Here is what the researchers found:
  • The sugar-free sodas caused as much dental erosion as the sodas that contained sugar.
  • Six of the eight sports drinks caused a statistically significant amount of erosion compared with water. However, two sports drinks with higher calcium content caused less erosion than the other six sports drinks.
  • Twenty-two of the sugar-free candies had acid levels that could potentially cause erosion. Fruit-flavored candies were more acidic than candies flavored with mint or menthol.
  • Further testing on donated teeth confirmed that sugar-free candies can cause enamel loss and tooth softening.

This research is important for public health, as dental erosion can cause changes in tooth color, shape, sensitivity, and strength, and can eventually lead to tooth deterioration, cracking, and loss. If you do indulge in acidic drinks or snacks occasionally, rinse your teeth afterwards with clean water and postpone brushing your teeth for an hour or so to avoid further damaging your weakened enamel. And, of course, drinking water instead of flavored drinks, and getting regular dental care, will help keep your chompers healthy.

Source: Oral Health Cooperative Research Centre

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