|Pure xylitol comes from woody fibrous plant material that creates a white crystaline substance which looks and tastes like sugar. Xylitol is a natural sweetner with many dental and health benefits. It has been recognized by many dental and health professionals worldwide as a great alternative to white sugar. Below is our top 10 list of benefits from Xylitol. For more information on xylitol please visit www.Xylitol.org|
If you are interested in actively using Xylitol throughout the day, you can also follow the Xylitol Protocol.
The Benefits of Xylitol
1. Safe for Diabetics
Unlike sugar, Xylitol is not easily converted to fat. Because it is not easily converted to fat, it has almost no effect on insulin levels, making it a safe sugar alternative for diabetics, body builders, dieters, pregnant/nursing women, and also for babies and children.
2. Helps Prevent Cavities
Since it is a non-fermentable sugar, it cannot be converted to acid by oral bacteria. Thus, the alkaline-acid balance in the mouth is maintained, which helps in preventing cavities.
3. Helps Prevent Ear Infections
Xylitol can also be used as medicine in prohibiting certain bacterial growth to help prevent ear infections in young children. It will also help clear out earwax and prevent the growth of harmful bacteria in the pharyngotympanic tubes, connecting the nose and ear.
4. Slows the Growth of Candida
Xylitol helps prevent bad breath, ulcers, and stomach cancer by slowing down the growth of Candida Albicans (a serious yeast infection), and other harmful bacteria like H. pylori.
5. May Improve Bone Density
According to research from the University of Oulu in Finland, Xylitol was shown to help improve bone density in rats. This indicates it has potential as a treatment for osteoporosis in humans. For optimal bone health, it is recommended that you eat foods high in calcium or take a calcium supplement.
6. Helps Tooth Enamel & Strength
In addition to preventing cavities, consuming Xylitol in small amounts helps decrease plaque formation, and promotes salivation to prevent “dry mouth”, which aids in enhancing mineral absorption for repairing damaged tooth enamel, while increasing tooth strength.
7. Increases White Blood Cell Activity
Xylitol, when taken in small amounts, can help increase the white blood cell activity in fighting bacterial infections, to help build immunity, protect against chronic degenerative disease and have anti-aging benefits.
8. Prevents Streptococcus mutans In Newborns
When used by nursing mothers on a regular basis, it helps reduce the transmission of Streptococcus mutans (oral bacteria that causes cavities) to children by up to 80% during the first two years.
9. May Help With Allergies & Sinus Infection’s
When used as a nasal spray, Xylitol is said to be able to help reduce the prevalence of sinus infections, asthma and allergies. It helps decrease the amount of harmful bacteria that may be in the cells of our nose.
10. May Lower Risk of Ovarian Cysts
Xylitol may help lower your risk of developing ovarian cysts, polycystic ovarian syndrome (a condition that disrupts or stops the ovulation cycle), fibroids, endometriosis, premenstrual syndrome and possibly breast cancer.
*Information provided by www.GlobalHealingCenter.com