- 100% natural sweetener
- Tastes just like sugar - but better!
- Has a VERY low GI of only 7
- Has no bitter aftertaste
- Fights cavities and is recommended by Dentists
- Freshens breath
- Does not contain aspartame
Substitute for sugar on a 1:1 basis.
What is the carbohydrate content compared to sugar?
Xylitol contains the same amount of carbohydrates as "normal" table sugar. On some nutrition panels however, Xylitol is shown to have 75% fewer carbohydrates as sugar since its content can be classed as “unavailable carbohydrates”. This is because most of the Xylitol eaten passes through to the lower intestine and is not converted to glucose. Therefore only one quarter of the weight of Xylitol can be counted as carbohydrate. Some nutrition panels subtract sugar alcohols completely from the carbohydrate count. For the sake of complete transparency we include the full potential amount of carbohydrates on out nutrition panels.