Xylitol vs Sugar
Xylitol was discovered in Europe, in the late 1800's, but never used extensively until the sugar shortages during WWII, when the Finns began using it. Years later, it was noted that those who used it had better health than those who didn't and this stimulated research, first on the dental effects, later on other health effects. Today, researchers have been studying xylitol for over 30 years, and there have been 1500 published studies. Xylitol is approved for use in more than 35 countries. In the U.S., it was approved with no specified 'acceptable daily intake,' giving xylitol the highest possible safety approval rating with no consumption limits required. In Finland, the government has instituted massive health education programs to educate the public on the enormous health benefits and safety of using xylitol. Xylitol has been used for decades in Russia, as a sweetener for diabetics. In Germany, xylitol is used in solutions for IV feeding. Xylitol is a naturally occurring substance, made commercially from birch trees and corn cobs. The human body produces small amounts and it's found in some fruits.
EASY TO USE!
* Daily Value not established
% Daily Value based on a 2000 calorie diet
Contains no added sugar, starch, salt, wheat, gluten, corn, coloring, dairy products, flavoring or preservatives.
Keep tightly closed in a cool dry and dark place. Keep out of reach of children.
Directions: Use as you would ordinary sugar.
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.
Xylitol is good for:
ATHLETES AND BODY BUILDING!
>ACUTE OTITIS MEDIA!
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