Facts about Xylitol. Xylitol creates a perfect pH balance in the mouth to stimulate a healing process that can naturally repair your teeth. When Xylitol is eaten it not only brings minerals by salivary stimulation but creates an alkaline environment in which these minerals can help heal soft or damaged areas on teeth and help to rebuild and strengthen them.
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How Many Calories are in Xylitol?
Xylitol also contains zero net effective carbohydrates, and sugar contains 4 grams per teaspoon., which makes xylitol safe for diabetics.
Studies are also being done that indicate that xylitol may be beneficial for individuals wishing to avoid bone density loss. Also, xylitol has been known to aid in the prevention of ear infections.
Xylitol has very few known side effects, although some people report diarrhea when addiding xylitol into their diets.
The benefits of xylitol are just being fully realized. But the positive effect on dental health is well documented. If you have questions about xylitol, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Zellies Team