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Xylitol Natural Sweetener From the Birch Tree

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XYLITOL QUICK FACTS:

 

Is just as sweet and tasteful as table sugar with 1/3 fewer calories.
Is safe for diabetics and hypoglycemics.
Has a glycemic index of 7.
Is made in the U.S.A. and is a product of the Birch tree.
Is gluten free.
Tastes the same as sugar!

 

1lb bag

 


SIDE-EFFECTS OF XYLITOL.  Xylitol was approved from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 1963, and it has no known toxic levels or serious known side effects for humans. Xylitol, like most sugar alcohols, can have a mild laxative effect at high doses.


Xylitol may be dangerous to pets such as dogs if consumed.


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Xylitol Sweetener - Perhaps the Closest Taste To Sugar! (Most can't tell the difference!)

XyloBurst Eco-Friendly and Sustainable Xylitol Sweetener 1lb Bag with resealable zipper top. Perfect for people on a sugar-controlled or low-carb diet. XyloBurst Xylitol is all-natural and has 40% fewer calories (10 calories per teaspoon) and 75% fewer carbohydrates then sugar.

Xylitol is the sweetest of all bulk sugar substitutes. It is currently used in many sugar-free products and is increasingly gaining acceptance as an alternative sweetener to sugar. Frequent eating of foods high in sugars and starches can promote tooth decay. Xylitol is a natural sweetener that does not promote tooth decay!

Xylitol:

  • Is just as sweet and tasteful as table sugar with 1/3 fewer calories.
  • Is safe for diabetics and hypoglycemics.
  • Has a glycemic index of 7.
  • Is made in the U.S.A. and is a product of the Birch tree.
  • Is gluten free.
  • Tastes the same as sugar!



Ingredients:
100% Xylitol - Pharmaceutical Grade


FAQ's answered by the manufacturer:

1. Xylitol is found in fruits and vegetables but I've heard that it is just not the same as Xylitol found in Birch Tree Bark. What would you say to that?
This is absolutly incorrect. Simple chemistry can answer this question. Xylitol in any form and from any source has to be chemically identical or else it isn't xylitol. Xylitol IS xylitol no matter if it is in granulated sugar form or found in fruits and vegetables.
 
2. I've heard that in processing Xylitol, sulfuric acid has to be used in the process. Is it used to process your Xylitol?
In China, they make Xylitol out of corn. They have to use sulfuric acid to break down the xylan fibers in the corn stalk and cobs in order to extract the xylose which then goes through a hydrogenation and fermintation process to product xylitol. This is exactly why we do not use Chinese xylitol from corn. Our xylitol produced here in the USA from birch does not require this type of extraction process because the birch fibers are already, and naturally, in a hydrolyzed form and do not require the use of acids for hydrolysis. I have attached a detailed report from Danisco, the manufacturer of our xylitol, explaining in detail the difference between our xylitol and the corn based xylitols. let me know if you have any questions as you read through it and I can answer them for you. We are the only brand selling xylitol that has had a Life Cylce Assessment conducted on our product.
 
3. I've heard that Xylitol will kill lab rats. Doesn't that mean it would kill or harm humans too?
We are not surprised at all that xylitol, even in small doses, will kill lab rats. It will also kill a 50lb dog in small amounts. There are many "human safe" foods that we eat daily that will also do the same to our pets and other animals in equally small amounts. Avocados, grapes, raisins and chocolate can all cause kidney failure in small doses.Others are peaches, macadamia nuts, raw eggs, etc. A quick search on WebMD list many more. Search for foods that your dog should never eat. The key to xylitol, just as any food, is consumption in moderation.
 
4. I've heard that Xylitol is healthy for your teeth.  The American Dental Association and FDA support xylitol as a safe, natural sweetener with positive dental benefits? There several dozen, if not hundreds, of published clinically controlled studies stating that xylitol is known to have positive oral health benefits. Many of these are on our web site at www.xyloburst.com.
 


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