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Xylitol and Erythritol - let's start eat sweets without self blames…


Do you love sweets, but will it affect you very quickly? Try this alternative, after which you won't even gain a deco. ..
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Do you love sweets, but will it affect you very quickly? Try this alternative, after which you won't even gain a deco. ...
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Do you love sweets, but will it affect you very quickly? Try this alternative, after which you won't even gain a deco. A bag of sugar was torn in a healthy diet. Fortunately, not literally, but classic beet classical sugar is no longer the only option. Xylitol and Erythritol have zero glycemic index, no calories and almost the same sweetness as sugar. They are a suitable alternative for diabetics and celiacs.

What is Xylitol?



Xylitol is a natural sweetener made from birch bark. Xylitol is made in Finland, where birch sugar has been used for many years in the manufacture of confectionery, chewing gum and toothpaste. Finnish xylitol is considered to be of the highest quality due to its purity. Why should you replace beet sugar with birch sugar? It does not cause tooth decay, on the contrary, it supports a suitable environment in the mouth.

Thanks to its low glycemic index, it gradually increases blood sugar levels, which will be appreciated especially by diabetics. Birch sugar is also suitable for people suffering from yeast and fungal diseases, because it does not support their reproduction. Xylitol does not burden digestion in any way, on the contrary, it has a positive effect on the intestinal microflora. However, even with Xylitol, it is necessary to use it in moderation. When consumed excessively, birch sugar has a laxative effect.

What is Erythritol?



Erythritol is made by fermenting glucose and is therefore a natural sweetener. It has a sweetness of about 70% compared to regular sugar, so you don't have to use it as much as you do with other artificial sweeteners. Using Erythritol will not endanger your teeth in any way, as it does not cause tooth decay.

Its glycemic index is 0. As a result, it does not affect blood sugar levels. As with all sweeteners, Erythritol is consumed sparingly. However, if you take more Erythritol, you do not have to worry about side effects. Erythritol does not have a laxative effect, unlike, for example, xylitol.


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