xylitol and Dental Health

asked 2022-08-10 12:55:41 -0500

PeggyBradf gravatar image

Xylitol is an all natural, low-calorie sugar substitute that has been approved and used during the very last few decades. Chemically, xylitol, is a pentitol (five carbon polyol) or perhaps since they are
alternatively known as a high sugar alcohol. It's produced mainly from birch and beech wood and
this's the reason that xylitol is alternatively called birch or wood sugar. Xylitol has the
same organoleptic qualities as sugar, meaning that it looks and tastes like sugar, the way it has a number of advantages over sugars. One of the primary advantages is that it inhibits the
development of tooth caries.

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