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Xlear - Spry Chewing Gum with Xylitol Green Tea - 10 Pieces Xlear Spry Green Tea Chewing Gum with Xylitol is gluten-free, contains ingredients from non-GMOs, and comes recommended by dentists and hygienists. A natural Spry Green Tea Chewing Gum flavored sugar-free chewing gum sweetened with 100% xylitol. Great tasting, long-lasting flavor makes Spry Chewing Gum the gum of choice for fresher breath and healthier teeth and gums! Studies have shown that when combined with normal dental hygiene, regular use of xylitol gums may reduce the risk of dental caries! Clinical studies have shown that incorporating eight to ten grams of xylitol into your daily routine may reduce the risk of tooth decay, inhibit the formation of tartar and improve overall oral health. Frequently Asked QuestionsWhat is xylitol?Xylitol is a natural sweetener derived from natural sources. It is also produced in the human body as a by-product of a normal metabolism. Spry's xylitol is of the highest quality possible. It is a pharmaceutical grade, meaning it must be more that 99.95% pure, and is made from non-GMO (non-genetically modified organism) corn fibers. It does not contain any of the corn grain and it is tested to ensure that no corn allergens, mycotoxins, or corn proteins of any type are in the product. How does xylitol differ from other sweeteners?Chemically speaking, xylitol is not actually a sugar, but a sugar alcohol. It differs from other sweeteners such as sorbitol, fructose and glucose because its molecule has five, instead of six, carbon atoms. Most bacteria and yeast in the mouth are unable to make use of xylitol. It is much sweeter than sorbitol, for instance. Assessed in terms of calories, xylitol's sweetening power is the same as that of sucrose (table sugar), but with 40% fewer calories. Xylitol is important because it may help to reduce the risk of tooth decay, and everyone interested in healthy teeth should be familiar with its properties and effects.
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