100% Xylitol Sweetened Gum & Mints by Nature's Provision:
XYLIPRO Xylitol Gum Ingredients:
Xylitol, gum base, flavor extract, gum arabic, soy lecithin,
glycerin, beeswax, carnaubawax.
XYLIPRO Xylitol Mints/Candies Ingredients:
Xylitol, calcium carbonate, magnesium stearate, gum arabic,
flavors, beeswax, carnaubawax.
NO Titanium Dioxide, NO sugar, NO aspartame, NO saccarrin, NO phenylalanine, NO sorbitol. Just All Natural.
Here at Nature's Provision we make the extra effort to supply you wholesome xylitol gum & mints.
Just Picked Fruit, Savory Spearmint, Peppermint & Super Cinnamon
Luscious Lemon, Wild Raspberry & Peppermint
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Some stores sell half mint quantities for almost the same price.
Each piece of gum weighs 1.10 grams and contains 0.72 gram of xylitol.
One mint weighs 0.6 gram & contains 0.55 gram of xylitol.
Advantages of Usage:
Fights tooth decay & cavities
Remineralizes Tooth Enamel
Fights and prevents ear infections
Is safe for Diabetics and Hypoglycemics
Has a low Glycemic Index of 7
Has 40% less calories than sugar
Discourages yeast growth including candida albicans
Enhances protective factors in saliva
Minimal effect on blood glucose levels
Reduces sugar contact time on teeth
Suggested use: A Daily Dose of 4-12 grams.
Many studies done in Europe and North America have clinically proven the dental advantages of xylitol but how does it work?
Here is a brief explanation: Streptococcus mutans bacteria. (S. mutans) is the primary cause of tooth decay.
S. mutans is a common bacteria that lives in the plaque that is continually building up on our teeth.
This bacteria ferments the sugar and carbohydrates from our diets. A by-product of the fermentation is an acid that erodes away the protective tooth enamel and forms cavities.
However, it has been discovered that S. mutans are not able to digest xylitol, so fermentation and acid production is stopped.
As the bacteria were exposed to more xylitol over time, their numbers decreased and they became less aggressive.
So people who use more xylitol in place of sugar decrease their oral bacteria levels and experience far less plaque, tooth decay and cavities.
Since these bacteria are no longer able to live in the mouth, they get washed down the throat with saliva and die a miserable death in the flood of stomach enzymes and acids.
It has been clinically proven that xylitol aids in the remineralization of tooth enamel.
The tooth enamel is the hard layer that protects the teeth from harmful substances like sugar and acids.
Other studies have clinically proven that eight grams of daily, oral xylitol use reduces the occurrence of Acute Otitis Media (AOM) or ear infections by 40%.
Also, the unborn baby also benefits from mother's xylitol consumption.
Still other researchers at the University of Minnesota, using rabbits have found a correlation between poor dental health and high blood pressure and coronary clotting which leads to heart attacks.
Results still must be confirmed in humans. Researchers at the State University of New York-Buffalo in a new study found people with poor dental health had almost twice the risk of emphysema and other lung diseases.
The worse the dental health of the person, the greater the risk. The germs and bacteria in the saliva travels through the throat to the lining of the lungs making it more susceptible to infection with common respiratory germs.
Health bodies start with healthy mouths and healthy mouths start here. Begin enjoying the benefits of healthy teeth and gums naturally, the way it was intended to be.