Dental

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Smile With Confidence, Even If You Have Diabetes

…poorly metabolized by S. mutans. A number of long-term studies have shown that xylitol administered on a regular basis reduces the formation of new dental caries (cavities), halts and even reverses the progression of early decay, and provides continued protection for months to years after use.

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Manage Blood Sugar With Two Sweeteners

…and tastes like sugar, making it ideal for baking. Better yet, it’s good for your teeth: Xylitol actually reduces cavity and plaque formation, a dental claim approved by the FDA. Although xylitol is not calorie-free, it is metabolized much more slowly than regular sugar and is extremely low on the…

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Inflammation and Heart Disease

…reductions. You also need to get serious about your oral health. Plaque that builds up in your gum line and plaque in your arteries are connected. Dental plaque causes gingivitis (inflammation of the gums), and as it progresses, your mouth becomes a breeding ground for bacteria that pass into the blood…

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