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Health Garden Natural USA Birch Xylitol is an All Natural Sugar Free Sweetener That Looks And Tastes Like Sugar, And Replaces Sugar in Equal Measurements. Unlike Other Sugar Substitutes, Health Garden Xylitol has Absolutely no Aftertaste. Our Real Birch Xylitol has 40% Fewer Calories than table sugar and Encouraged by Nutritionists worldwide Xylitol Makes A great Alternative For Diabetics and Weight-Conscious Individuals, Because of its Low Glycemic Index.This is a granular xylitol that is made in the united States from pesticide free, NON GMO hardwood trees. Discovered in the 1800's in Finland, Xylitol was often referred to as birch sugar, or birch bark sugar. Unfortunately, most xylitol today comes from corn, and much of that is brought in from Asian countries like China. This is 100% Natural USA birch xylitol.
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100% Birch Xylitol
1 Cup sugar = 1 Cup Xyilitol
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Great product! Tastes like sugar. Works great in hot beverages and for baking. Only wish it came in a bigger size.Published 21 days ago by Rosalie
I bought this to make homemade remineralizing toothpaste. It brought a bit of sweetness to my toothpaste and it is supposed to be great for your teeth. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
This is by far the best sugar substitute I've found. Really tastes like sugar with zero aftertaste. However, it works like a laxative on me.Published 1 month ago by Kathome
Don't know much about these products. Apparently, this isn't the one I was suppose to purchase but it is sweet.Published 1 month ago by Carol Miller
This xylitol is a great substitute for sugar. It looks and tastes very similar to sugar, so transitioning is not as difficult as some may think. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tyrone C.