About Our Ingredients
Xylitol is a naturally-occurring sugar alcohol that is found in a variety of fruits and vegetables, as well as in hardwood trees. A champion among sugar alcohol sweeteners, xylitol is a veritable powerhouse of unparalleled health benefits, with no harmful additives or artificial chemicals.
Overall, xylitol is a tried-and-tested favorite among consumers, valued for its unequivocal health benefits and pure, sweet taste.
Xylitol is produced by extracting the all-natural sugar alcohol contained in hardwood trees. Because we use no corn ingredients, Health Garden’s xylitol is certified gluten-free and safe for people with celiac disease, gluten intolerance or sensitivity.
Extensive studies have concluded that xylitol is safe for daily consumption.
Xylitol has a low GI, which makes it an attractive alternative to sugar for people wishing to lose weight. The ingredient can also help manage diabetes, hypertension, and obesity when used as part of a healthy lifestyle.
In addition, consumption of xylitol has been shown to reduce tooth decay and the incidence of gum disease. Xylitol even stops the production of tooth decay-causing acid and neutralizes the pH level in saliva and plaque.
How to Use
Xylitol is a versatile sweetener due to its pure, sweet taste and can be used in a variety of ways.
Add xylitol to your favorite drinks, including coffee, tea, hot chocolate, juice, lemonade, cocktails, and sparkling water. Xylitol can also be added to yogurts, smoothies, sauces, marinades, jams, and salad dressings, as well as all your favorite recipes.
Nutrition facts and ingredients
Q: How many carbs are in xylitol per serving?
A: 4g, but its fiber content deducts them to 0 net carbs.
Q: Where is your Xylitol sourced from?
A: From Birch trees in the Midwest, USA
Q: How many calories are there per serving?
A: 9.6 calories
Q: Is the only ingredient xylitol?
A: Yes, the only ingredient is xylitol.
Q: Is this brand of hardwood xylitol GMO-Free?
A: Health Garden products are certified Non-GMO.
Q: Is xylitol safe for pets?
A: No, xylitol is not safe for pets.