Xylitol is a sugar of natural origin, most often obtained from birch. Also found in fruit and vegetables, berries, mushrooms, corn on the cob and hardwoods. Acquired by scientists at the end of the nineteenth century, however, it became very popular only after 1940. Research conducted at the time showed that it is practically independent of insulin, which means that it undergoes metabolism in the body, with a small share of insulin.
What can xylitol be used for? For every dish that traditionally requires sugar. You can enjoy sweet cakes, cookies, cupcakes, preserves, donuts, sweet salads and preserves. We can also find it in toothpastes (also from home recipes) as well as in chewing gums.
The richness of this natural product is within reach. When considering whether to choose erythrol or xylitol, stevia or agave, it is worth reaching for xylitol as a substitute for all sugar, which is an excellent and pleasant variety to your diet.
Nutritional value in 100 g of xylitol:
Energy value: 1000 kJ / 240 kcal;
Fat: 0g of witch saturated fats 0g
Carbohydrates: 99.8 g
of which sugars: 0.2 g
including polyhydric alcohols (polyols): 98.5 g
Dosage: At your discretion.
Content: The package contains 500 g of Finnish xylitol
Storage method: Store in a dry and cool place out of reach of children.
Ingredients: 100% Finnish xylitol
Country of origin of the ingredients: Finland
The product is packed in a doypack with string - so we can close and open while maintaining the freshness of the product!