What is xylitol?

- Oct 17, 2018-

Originally produced in Finland, xylitol is a sweetener extracted from plant materials such as birch, oak, corn cob, and bagasse. In nature, xylitol is widely distributed in various fields. Among the fruits, vegetables, and cereals, but the content is very low. The commercial xylitol is obtained by deep processing the agricultural crops such as corn cob and bagasse. It is a natural and healthy sweetener. For people's body, xylitol is not an "imported product". It is an intermediate in the normal metabolism of sugar in people's bodies.


Xylitol is the sweetest of all the polyols. Compared with sucrose, they are the same sweet. And it has no after-taste. Besides, it is safe for diabetics. The calories of Xylitol is 40% less than sugar. It is the only sweetener to show both passive and active anti-caries effects. It has been used as food additives for many years.


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