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WARNING: Dogs digest foods differently than we do, so some foods are not safe for them to eat. Foods like chocolate, apples, peaches, raisins, grapes, avocados, baking soda and Xylitol are not safe for your pet. So, please don't let them eat anything made with these foods. If your pet does accidentally eat something made with xylitol, contact your veterinarian immediately.
Here you'll find a great selection of Xylitol products, Xylitol is one of the two most consumer sought after "sugar" alternatives. The second being Stevia (browse our Stevia Shoppe category). The health benefits of Xylitol are extensive. Xylitol, also referred to as "The "sugar" that won't wreck your body" is just as sweet as table sugar (sucrose), has about 40% fewer calories and 75% fewer carbohydrates. That in itself can make a big impact on your waistline! But there's more! Xylitol is slowly absorbed and metabolized, resulting in very negligible changes in insulin. Xylitol therefore won’t raise your blood sugar like regular sugar, which puts tremendous strain on your system, causing negative health effects. And still more! Daily use of Xylitol in dental has shown remarkable effectiveness. Xylitol's noncariogenic five-carbon structure keeps it from being metabolized by bacteria, stopping the production of tooth-decay causing acid. Studies using Xylitol as either a sugar substitute or a small dietary addition have demonstrated a dramatic reduction in new tooth decay, along with arrest and even some reversal of existing dental caries. And, Xylitol is the perfect choice for just about any recipe that calls for sugar. Converting your recipes couldn’t be easier –since Xylitol has the same sweetness as sugar, simply use the same amount (1:1)!
Xylitol is available here in a variety of forms such as candy (coming soon), toothpaste, mouthwash, gums, mints, table and baking sweeteners and condiments such as ketchup, preserves, BBQ Sauce and honey.
Other "sugar" alternatives such as flavored Agave's and Organic Palm Sugar (the new, next big thing in natural sweeteners) can be found in our Sweeteners and Flavors category.