Please see below for some on the commonly asked questions, and answers, about Sweet Nothings Xylitol.

How Do You Make Sure Sweet Nothings Xylitol, Erythritol and Sucralose Is Of The Highest Quality?

The manufacturer of our Xylitol meets stringent international quality standards, such as ISO 22000, FSSC 22000 and USFDA (United States Food and Drug Administration). Our manufacturing and packing facility also meets international quality standards. Product samples are regularly tested at an independent SANAS accredited laboratory to check that the product meets the required standards.

How Do You Make Sure Sweet Nothings Xylitol, Erythritol and Sucralose Is From A Trusted Source?

We regularly visit our factories in China where Sweet Nothings Xylitol is manufactured to ensure that attention is given to our prescribed quality standards. Our supplier also supplies large multinational companies in the USA, Germany and the UK including Nestle, Kraft, and Wrigley’s. They often conduct various food safety audits throughout the year. Furthermore, our supplier has quality and process certifications from a number of international accreditation agencies (ISO, FSSC and FDA).

What Is Sweet Nothings Xylitol Made Up Of / From?

Sweet Nothings Xylitol is pure Xylitol, so the ingredients that you find in each spoon is only Xylitol. There are no additives, just pure Xylitol. Sweet Nothings Xylitol is of a natural origin. Our Xylitol is extracted from the corn/ mielie cob.

Is Sweet Nothings Xylitol and Erythritol GMO Free?

All crops used in the manufacture of Sweet Nothings Xylitol are certified as GMO free.

Is Sweet Nothings Xylitol Banting Friendly?

Yes, Sweet Nothings Xylitol is a natural alternative to sugar and sweetener and is recommended by leading Banting authorities for the Banting diet. Xylitol has a very low glycemic index (GI) and contains only 40% of the calories found in sugar.

Can Diabetics Use Sweet Nothings Xylitol, Erythritol and Sucralose?

Sweet Nothings Xylitol, Erythritol and Sucralose STABILISES blood sugar so it is perfect for diabetics, those with insulin resistance and anyone watching their sugar intake.

Can Children Use Sweet Nothings Xylitol?

Yes, Sweet Nothings Xylitol protects teeth against decay as well as strengthens teeth. Studies show that Xylitol may reduce middle ear infections. Children eating Sweet Nothings Xylitol do NOT demonstrate the hyperactivity from sugar highs.

Can I Bake With Sweet Nothings Xylitol?

Absolutely. Sweet Nothings Xylitol won’t break down with heat like some other sweeteners, so it’s the perfect choice for any recipe that calls for sugar. Substitute sugar for Sweet Nothings Xylitol, using a 1 : 1 ratio.

Can I Feed Sweet Nothings Xylitol To My Pets?

This is a big NO. NEVER EVER feed Xylitol to dogs!!! Just like grapes and strawberries, Xylitol is harmful to dogs. The resulting low blood sugar levels can lead to death.

What Is The Carbohydrate Content Of Xylitol?

Whilst Sweet Nothings Xylitol is a carbohydrate not all carbohydrates are the same. Sweet Nothings Xylitol has a very low Glycemic index (7) and is therefore absorbed slowly into the intestine, while sugar has a Glycemic index of 60-70. The sugar content of Sweet Nothings Xylitol is zero.

Can I Use Sweet Nothings Xylitol For My Specific Dietary Requirements?

Sweet Nothings Xylitol is approved for Halal and Kosher diets; and is also suitable for vegetarian and vegan diets.

Can I Use Sweet Nothings Xylitol While Pregnant/ Breastfeeding?

Absolutely, you can. Use it sparingly at first as Xylitol may have a laxative effect. Like anything use it in moderation.

Cautions When Using Xylitol

While Xylitol is perfectly healthy for humans, it should never be fed to animals and pets, in particular dogs. Xylitol can cause a very rapid drop in blood sugar in canines that may be life-threatening. NEVER feed Xylitol or Xylitol-containing products to pets.

What is Sweet Nothings Sucralose?

Sucralose is a low-calorie sweetener used as a sugar substitute.

What makes Sweet Nothings Sucralose unique?

Sucralose is unique among artificial sweeteners because it’s made from real sugar. A chemical process tweaks its chemical structure, making it 600 times sweeter than sugar — and essentially calorie-free. Fans like sucralose because it doesn’t have a bitter aftertaste, as some fake sugars do.

Is Sweet Nothings Sucralose OK for diabetics?

Artificial sweeteners like sucralose are marketed as sugar substitutes that don’t raise blood sugar levels, making them a safer choice for diabetics.

Is Sweet Nothings Sucralose carbohydrate?

Sucralose is an artificial sweetener that is not metabolized, meaning it passes through your body undigested and thus doesn’t provide calories or carbs.

Why is Sweet Nothings Sucralose not considered sugar?

Although sucralose is made from sugar it is not a natural product. Sucralose is produced by a multi-step patented chemical process that replaces three hydrogen-oxygen groups with three chlorine atoms.

Can I use Sweet Nothings Erythritol every day?

There aren’t official guidelines on using erythritol, but most people can handle 1 gram for every kilogram of body weight daily.

What foods naturally contain Erythritol?

Erythritol is found naturally in fruits like grapes, peaches, pears, and watermelon. It’s also found in mushrooms and fermented foods like beer, cheese, sake, soy sauce and wine.

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