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|Combo Discount:||- $3.00|
- Low Calorie Sweetener
- Sugarsweet with No Aftertaste
- Xylitol - the Ideal Sugar Replacement
What is Xylitol? It is a sweetener derived from the fibrous parts of plants. Similar in taste to regular sugar, but with a significant difference - the xylitol molecule contains 5 carbon atoms rather than the 6 of most other sugars. This molecular difference is the key to xylitol's beneficial qualities of taste & functionality.
A delicious, low-calorie sweetener As part of healthy eating, this food may assist in achieving and maintaining a healthy body weight because it is 25% lower in calories than regular sugars, but with the same sweetness. This is great news for anyone who wants to choose a healthier diet.*
Convenient sugar replacement XyloSweet can be substituted for most common sweeteners without compromising taste or texture. Unlike other sugar alternatives, it has no after-taste and can be used in most recipes that call for sugar in equal portions without making other changes to the recipe.**
*Xylitol requires a brief period of tolerance adjustment. It is suggested that XyloSweet be used in gradually increasing portions over a period of three to six weeks before it is entirely substituted for common sugar.
Usage: When cooking, replace sugar with XyloSweet in equal measurements. XyloSweet is heat-stable for cooking and baking, it also mixes and dissolves just like common sugar.**
**XyloSweet will not cause breads and pastries to rise and is not a good choice for hard candies since it will not crystalize with heating. Xylitol is not recommended for sweetening juice and instant beverages that require large amounts of sweetener.
100% pure xylitol - No fillers, flow agents or other additives.
The US calorie figure below is based on the internationally accepted level for xylitol of 2.4 calories per gram.
|Serving Size: 1 Teaspoon (4 g)|
|Servings Per Container: 567|
|Amount per serving||%DV*|
|Total Fat||0 mg||0%|
|Total Carbohydrates||4 g||Less than 1%|
|Xylitol||4 g||Less than 1%|
|*Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
Not a significant source of other nutrients.
Super stuff. I use it every time I bake...never use regular sugar and nobody ever knows the difference! I share with friends who are diabetic. I am not and neither is my son, but we both prefer to avoid sugar whenever possible, and Xylitol is one of only three safe sweetners on the market, and is the best bargain of the three. I also use it with baking soda and sea salt as a toothpast.
Helps prevent tooth decay. Not artificial. Seems to help retain bone density. May help with digestion buy controlling bacterial growth. Doesn't spike blood sugar. I find it to be sweeter than regular sugar, so I use about half as much. Only draw back is that it doesn't activate yeast in baking, but fine for all other baking. A bit pricy, but a 5 lb bag goes a pretty long way.
Good Replacement for process Sugar
Posted by 5372661477376776271 on Nov 30, 2016
No guilty feeling of using this to all my baking recipes! Love IT !
Xylitol isn't good for me.
Posted by TeriWhite on Sep 18, 2016
It's a good product if you can tolerate xylitol. But xylitol isn't as harmless as it's made out to be. It caused me anxiety and sleeplessness.
My baking sweetener
Posted by CuriocityLifestyle on Jul 09, 2016
Am using this Xylitol for my baking needs. Like it!
Posted by 4735706421245260994 on May 05, 2016
Great product, as it's got my partner off sugar! :-)
XyloSweet is great
Posted by 4791892936113800790 on Sep 22, 2015
no adverse effects when consumed but then again I am not a sweet freak either so... Web MD says the following: "Xylitol tastes sweet but, unlike sugar, it is not converted in the mouth to acids that cause tooth decay. It reduces levels of decay-causing bacteria in saliva and also acts against some bacteria that cause ear infections." "Dog owners should know that xylitol can be toxic to dogs, even when the relatively small amounts from candies are eaten. If your dog eats a product that contains xylitol, it is important to take the dog to a veterinarian immediately."