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Higher Nature ZyloSweet - Xylitol crystals - Natural Sweetener - 300g

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Product code: 1145

Description

This natural sweetener, Xylitol, tastes like sugar but has 40% fewer calories (one teaspoon supplies 9.6 calories), so it`s ideal as part of a weight control programme.

Used to sweeten drinks, desserts and cooking, ZyloSweet has a low glycaemic index (GI) so it has minimal impact on blood glucose levels. It has minimal impact on blood sugar and insulin requirements.

When first using ZyloSweet, increase your daily intake gradually until your body has adjusted. Large quantities may have a laxative effect, so build up slowly.

Although ZyloSweet can be used in baking, it cannot be used to raise yeast in baking.

CONTAINS NO sugar, salt, starch, maize, corn, soya, wheat, gluten, yeast, lactose, dairy products, artificial preservatives, colours or flavourings.

Contents

300g Granules

One 5g teaspoon typically provides:

Content

Energy

50.25kJ / 12kcal

Carbohydrate

5g

Of which:

- Sugars:

5g

- Polyols:

0g

Fat

0g

Of Which:

- Saturates:

0g

Fibre

0g

Sodium

0g

Ingredients

Xylitol

Usage

Suggested intake:

Replace sugar with equal quantities of ZyloSweet in drinks and cooking.

Notes

Contraindications:

Large quantities may have a laxative effect, so build up slowly.

Do not feed Xylitol to dogs. If consumed, seek veterinary advice.

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