* Did you know you can eat sweets and fight cavities at the same time?

*Tooth decay and gum disease are serious problems and diet plays a major role in oral health.

*The mouth is home to over 400 types of bacteria. Most of them are non-threatening, but when sugar enters the scene, it feeds the destructive strains, allowing them to flourish.

*Bacteria help to create plaque. They also thrive within it.

*Eating Sugar creates a highly acidic oral environment, which causes tooth decay through demineralization.

Oral Health

*Xylitol is a naturally occurring sweetener that does not support the growth of the decay-causing bacteria that reside in the oral cavity.

*Using xylitol helps to balance plaque PH! Xylitol is non-fermentable and cannot be converted to acids.

*It helps to restore a proper alkaline/acid balance in the mouth.

*It reduces the time that teeth are exposed to damaging acids.

*It reverses most destructive effects of sugar on oral health.

Nasal Health

*When Xylitol is used in Nasal sprays, it is effective at preventing nasal and middle ear infections.

Positive Benefits

• Healthy sugar substitute
• 40% fewer calories than sugar
• 75% fewer carbohydrates than sugar
• Prevents infections
• Is NOT a drug
• Can be chewed as gum, added as sweetener to coffee and tea, used as an oral or nasal spray
• Does NOT raise blood sugar
• SAFE for diabetics

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