Xylitol Natural Sweetener 1Kg from Finland
GLYCAEMIC INDEX 7
Xylitol is a naturally occurring wood-based sweetener with all the taste and sweetness but only half the calories of sugar. Xylitol is widely approved for use in food around the world, and it also suitable for use in oral hygiene products, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and toiletries.
Xylitol is a sugar alcohol known as birch sugar. It occurs naturally in some fruit and fermented foods as well as in birch tree. It has a same taste as sugar.
This sweetener supports 11 different lifestyles or diet.
* Normal (diet free)
* Low carb
* Keto diet
* Calorie free
* Gluten free
* Protein free
* Fat free
* Sodium free
High-Quality EU Certified 100% Xylitol
Made from birch tree
The most sustainable xylitol on the market
Meets consumers’ demand for natural and sustainable products
Does not affect blood sugar
Helps people trying to lose weight who have a sweet tooth.
In general, xylitol is free of side effects in regular use.
No bitter aftertaste like Stevia
Leaves no aftertaste, enhances mint flavours, adds freshness to fruit flavours and effectively masks bitter flavours
Provides a natural, intense cooling sensation
Reduces the development of dental caries and plaque formation.
Preventing tooth decay
Xylitol is proven to:
*Help reduce the development of cavities (dental caries)
*Resist fermentation by oral bacteria
*Reduce plaque formation
*Increase salivary flow to remineralize damaged tooth enamel
*Complement and reinforce the effect of fluoride in oral hygiene products
Typical value per 100g
of which polyols: 100g
USAGE: Use as a table sugar in food. You can replace sugar with xylitol in a 1:1 ratio. Ideal for cooking and baking as well as sweetening any food.
Made in EU(Finland)
Packaging: Recyclable alu bags
What is the glycaemic index?
GLYCAEMIC INDEX: (The glycaemic index (GI) tells us whether a food
raises blood glucose levels quickly, moderately or slowly. Different
carbohydrates are digested and absorbed at different rates, and GI is
a ranking of how quickly each carbohydrate-based food and drink makes
blood glucose levels rise after eating them. The GI index runs from
0–100 and usually uses glucose, which has a GI of 100, as the
reference. Slowly absorbed carbohydrates have a low GI rating (55 or
below). Low-GI foods can particularly help manage glucose