Last Updated on February 20, 2021 by swissschokolade
Xylichew Mints For Dry Mouth
Xylichew Mints help to relieve dry mouth, promote fresh breath and may help reduce the risk of tooth decay. Naturally flavored, sugar free and soy free, these breath mints are also non-GMO verified.
In addition to the classic Xylichew Wintergreen flavor mints, you’ll find Xylichew in two other flavours – Peppermint and Pomegranite Raspberry flavours.
Xylichew Mints were created for your healthy lifestyle. Whether you’re looking for the perfect vegan snack, a keto friendly mint or just a great tasting sugar free mint, Xylichew mints are the choice for you. Made with the health conscious in mind, they use only natural ingredients and are 100% Xylitol sweetened.
Xylitol and Dry Mouth
Xylitol is a sweetener that occurs naturally in many fruit and vegetables. For example, plums, raspberries, mushrooms, strawberries, cauliflower, corn and pumpkin all contain Xylitol. Humans also make xylitol naturally when breaking down carbohydrates such as potatoes.
Xylitol works very well as a sugar substitute in food and drink, since it has little effect on blood sugar levels and contains so few calories. But is also brings health benefits, such as relieving dry mouth and helping to fight tooth decay.
Because it increases the production of saliva in the mouth, Xylitol keeps the mouth nice and moist, helping to fight bad breath and bacteria than can damage the teeth. This is why you’ll usually find it in oral healthcare products like mouthwash, chewing gum and of course, Xylichew Mints.
Benefits of Xylichew Mints for dry mouth and bad breath:
- Lower levels of bacteria in mouth and on teeth
- Enhanced remineralization of teeth
- Stabilizes pH levels in the mouth, reducing harm to teeth and gums
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