Xylitol

Xylitol is natural occurring in our bodies already. We produce from 5 to 10 grams every day from other food sources using established energy pathways. It is not a strange or artificial substance, but a natural, normal part of everyday metabolism. It is widely distributed throughout nature in small amounts; with some of the best sources are fruits, berries, mushrooms, lettuce, hardwoods, and corncobs.

Numerous clinical studies have proven xylitol’s contribution to oral health. Its benefits include:

  • reduces decay-causing plaque (bacteria) levels
  • promotes healing of the initial start of an enamel cavity (remineralization)
  • maintains a non-acidic environment for your teeth
  • inhibits growth, adhesion and metabolism of major decay-causing bacteria (Strep mutans)
  • increases salivary flow
  • prevents transfer of decay-causing bacteria from mother to baby
  • lessens the severity and occurrence of inner ear and sinus infections (especially in children)

Recommend Products:

  • Xylitol Candies
  • Xylitol Mints
  • Xylitol Chewing gum
  • Xylitol  Toothpaste and gels
  • Xylitol  Mouth wash and dry mouth spray

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