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Could xylitol be another hoax, like agave nectar & cause tooth loss in the end?

Posted by PurplePegasus on Apr 19, 2014 | Verified Purchase

This product comes with an outer shrink wrap and inner seal, however my inner seal was half way undone and off the container. There is no little scoop inside (bummer) and the product is very white, crystals about the size of granulated sugar and free-flowing. First thing that surprised me is the cooling effect without mint. This is very refreshing, very sweet, tastes even better than real sugar. I did some research: even doctor Mercola praises birch xylitol. Then I went to see what Ramiel Nagel had to say about this. Let's just say it's not positive and echoes my suspicions. Is my intuition right? Is he? Can this product truly cause more enamel damage? It would be so much easier to ignore my intuition's protests and blindly use this delicious product but my fear is great here. I don't want to lose any more teeth. Although I did get some other xylitol products, to put this on my teeth after brushing them seems like it would defeat the purpose. I give this 5 stars for taste and great marketing, for the rest: I'm as much in the dark as anyone else. Question everything. I hope I'm wrong; dare I find out at the expense of all my teeth? My answer is no.

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oh, I love this

Posted by alloriginal on Aug 31, 2012 | Verified Purchase

I've tried to eliminate sugar from my diet, but I MUST have sugar in my morning coffee! I tried every sugar substitute on earth...until I found xylitol. It tastes just like sugar. Unlike artificial sweeteners, it has no bad aftertaste (in fact, it leaves my mouth feeling very fresh). It looks and feels like sugar. I've used every day for 3 years now and have nothing but good things to say! Start with one or two servings per day and increase slowly, as it can have a laxative effect.

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Posted by iHerb Customer on Aug 24, 2012 | Verified Purchase

Mild taste, from birch and good guality. Bought it for provocation testing (diet). Prefer this one compared to erythritol, but not something I will buy again. Will buy stevia and natural mineral rich sugars from now on. Highly toxic for dogs, so keep it out of their reach.

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Posted by nzreviewer on Feb 24, 2015 | Verified Purchase

Non-GMO, not from corn, and doesn't leave me with a nasty after-taste when I bake with it - will definitely be ordering again :-)

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Xylitol from Birch tree, not corn!!

Posted by Elifffa on Mar 20, 2013 | Verified Purchase

This xylitol was really good. This is not made from corn, but Birch tree. Its much better for the digestive track. I use it for brushing my teeth. Xylitol is a cavity fighting ingredient. Love it!! I also use it instead of sugar :-) Taste is identical to sugar. Yummy.

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Great product

Posted by iHerb Customer on May 17, 2014 | Verified Purchase

Although, this is the first time using Xylitol, this product seems to be doing the job for me. I make a tooth powder concoction, by mixing baking soda, salt and Xylismart - cleans my teeth well!

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Good for teeth

Posted by iHerb Customer on Sep 17, 2012 | Verified Purchase

Appreciate it is non gmo and inexpensive. I mix with calcium lactate powder to make my own remineralizing mouthwash.

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practial jar

Posted by iHerb Customer on Jan 13, 2014 | Verified Purchase

great when traveling, tasty plus it's birch tree sugar, the best, corn xyilitol is poison to the body, use this brand

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Just like sugar!

Posted by iHerb Customer on Sep 02, 2012 | Verified Purchase

Used in coffee and tea. Tastes just like sugar!

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Posted by iHerb Customer on Apr 19, 2017 | Verified Purchase

XYLITOL is a sugar alcohol with a glycemic index of 7. Best of all, it doesn't use any insulin. So Xylitol tastes sweet and no stress tothe pancreas. Xylitol has anti-cavity properties and is reputed to heal cavities. I mix Xylitol with water and glycerin to make a simple mouthwash I use at bedtime. The glycerin moisturizes the mouth, and this alone fights cavities at night. Add to this the anti-bacterial action and healing action of Xylitol and the protection is greater. Finally add a small amount of Oil of Oregano or Tree Tea Oil to the formula, and the mouthwash has a powerful effect upon the enamel and the gums. For daytime use, replace the anti-bacterial Oil of Oregano with a drop of peppermint oil for refreshing breath. Xylitol, your mouth's best friend, has been around since the 1940's at least, and is made naturally from the bark of the Birch tree. Avoid Xylitol made form GMO corn from China.

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